Best Mummy Movies

  • The Mummy

    The Mummy (PG-13, 1999)

    Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Arnold Vosloo, Kevin J. O'Connor
    Loosely adapted from the classic 1932 horror film starring Boris Karloff, The Mummy is set in Egypt,... read more where over 3,000 years ago the high priest Imhotep (played by Arnold Vosloo) was given the all-important assignment of preparing the recently dead for their journey into the afterlife. However, Imhotep made one terrible mistake - he became smitten with Anck-Su-Namun, the mistress of the Pharaoh himself. Driven mad by jealousy and love, Imhotep murdered the Pharaoh, and his punishment was to be buried alive and suffer the torment of an eternal life in his wretched tomb. In 1925, a band of adventurers seeking fame and fortune - led by Rick O'Connel (Brendan Fraser), an American expatriate who has joined the foreign legion, and Evelyn Carnarvon (Rachel Weisz), an amateur archeologist - find a previously unknown burial site in Egypt. The team starts to dig, hoping to find lost riches, but instead they disturb the tomb of Imhotep, and soon the cursed priest rises from his grave to wreck vengeance on humanity. The Mummy was written and directed by Stephen Sommers, whose previous cinematic journeys into the past include The Jungle Book and The Adventures Of Huck Finn. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
    • Deckard42
      Deckard42: Lighthearted and charming it may be, The Mummy lacks the character, wit, and action that the films
      Reviewed 44 days days ago
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      fb1008742212: . It manages to educate viewers on what a mummy is supposed to represent in Egyptology and brings it to the surface for a modern day adventure
      Reviewed 4 months days ago
    • M9z8759483
      M9z8759483: things that a relievers one of the things is that it has great special effects especially with the mummy.
      Reviewed 9 months days ago
  • Bubba Ho-Tep

    Bubba Ho-Tep (R, 2003)

    Bruce Campbell, Ossie Davis, Ella Joyce, Bob Ivy, Heidi Marnhout
    An ancient evil finds resistance in the most unlikely of places in this oddball comedy horror effort... read more from Phantasm director Don Coscarelli. Resting in the confines of a Mud Creek, TX, nursing home after fading into obscurity following his departure from the limelight, an aging and embittered Elvis (Bruce Campbell) befriends a delusional patient named Jack (Ossie Davis) who claims to be John F. Kennedy. It seems that at the height of his popularity Elvis had switched identities with a convincing double, and, upon the death of the substitute, missed his chance to reclaim his former fame. Despite his anger at never having made a comeback, Elvis finds a new reason to live when Jack tips him off to an evil mummy that is feasting on the souls of hapless nursing home inhabitants. Before long the geriatric duo must muster the strength to fend off the malevolent soul sucker lest they ultimately fall prey to the fearsome Bubba Ho-Tep (Bob Ivy). ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
    • gamergrant1996
      gamergrant1996: . Little slow at the beginning, but funny. It's like Evil Dead, but with an old Elvis and a mummy instead of Ash and the possessed. Campbell brings another strong and funny performance to the
      Reviewed 10 months days ago
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      fb1267076633: Elvis as a senior citizen versus a soul-sucking mummy? Only one actor can save the day: Bruce Campbell! A delightful satire on the horror genre from
      Reviewed 16 months days ago
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      fb100000692187328: e the old woman is bitten by the Scarab Beetles which is kind of cliche but apart from that and the mummy sub-plot everything else works very well, and I'd strongly recommend this wonderful film which
      Reviewed 24 months days ago