Blood from the Mummy's Tomb Movie Review 1971

Information and Film Reviews for Blood from the Mummy's Tomb the Movie

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The immortal spirit of Tera, Egyptian queen of evil, haunts Margaret (Leon), the daughter of an archaeologist who discovered her tomb. As a long-prophesied conjunction of stars begins to occur, Margaret finds herself enthralled by Tera's power and finds herself becoming possessed by Tera's spirit. This adaptation of Bram Stoker's "The Jewel of Seven Stars" begins well, with a wonderfully mysterious and moody first half, but it loses steam in the somewhat muddled (and tedious) second half. Coulouris (without the old age makeup) looks exactly like his Thatcher character in "Citizen Kane," 30 years earlier, but sadly is given not much to do other than roll his eyes and scream. Leon is a likable heroine but that wig and false eyelashes have got to go! Remade in post-"Omen" fashion as "The Awakening."

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Anchor Bay Entertainment, 1699 Stutz Dr., Troy, MI 48084, Phone: (248)816-0909, Toll-free: 800-786-8777, Fax: (248)816-3335, URL: http://www.anchorbayentertainment.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 94 minutes.
Originally from British.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Supernatural Horror, Mummies, Big Digs, Books to Film: Bram Stoker
Screenplay
Christopher Wicking
Cast
Andrew Keir, Valerie Leon, James Villiers, Hugh Burden, George Coulouris, Mark Edwards
Cinematography
Arthur Grant
Director
Seth Holt
Music
Tristram Cary
Other
Peter Weatherley

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