When we last saw the mummy in the theaters of Egypt, we were all hoping for a return to the classic, gritty, horror-comedy of the early ’70s, when audiences had an absolute thrill watching the mummy take down the undead.
It was then that the mummy would be transformed into a spooky, CGI-heavy take on the classic mummy, the mummy-turned-spider-man.
The new film, which has now been released on home video, does just that.
The mummy is back!
The mummy, which opens Friday, February 13, is the latest in a line of films that have attempted to revive the mummy’s classic appeal.
“The Mummified” is set in 1869, the year of the mummy and the first in a series of films to try to revive that appeal.
The movie, which stars a mix of famous actors including Jason Statham and John Goodman, is directed by Andrew Wahlberg, who also wrote and directed the 2010 “Mummy” reboot.
The film also stars Tom Hiddleston, Michael Fassbender, Helena Bonham Carter, Michael Pena, Michael Shannon, Dwayne Johnson, Tom Hanks, Kate Winslet, Josh Gad, and others.
The original “Mummies” is considered one of the best movies ever made, and its popularity is why many people still talk about it.
And, while it’s easy to forget the film was released in 1976, the new film doesn’t seem to take its inspiration from it.
Instead, the story of the first film is that of the “mummy” himself, who has been trapped in a box in Egypt for nearly a thousand years.
As a result of a curse, the Egyptians have trapped him in a cage, and the box itself is a sort of tomb that holds the mummy, who is kept alive by eating its flesh.
It’s also a trap, and as a result, he has to fight for his life.
The first film was a bit silly, as well.
In the original, the mummified mummy had no face and no voice, but the movie’s producers wanted to create a more dramatic and scary look.
Instead of a mummy that’s just sitting there, this time they created a giant, skeletal, creature that looks like a giant spider.
They also added a giant sword to the end of the sword, and an army of giant snakes to the face of the giant.
The sequel, “The Dead Man’s Hand,” was released the same year as the original.
And “The Bride of Frankenstein” is also an adaptation of the story, but with a new villain and a different mummy.
And in case you were wondering, the original “mummies” also had a big star, with Tom Hagen playing the mummy.
He was a big part of the original movie, and his character was also an inspiration for the new one.
“I’ve always been fascinated with mummy, and I love the movie mummy,” Hagen told the New Yorker.
“That was something that inspired me to come up with the idea of doing a mummy movie.
And I think it’s a fun movie, too.”
Now, the “Mummified,” which is set to be released on video, isn’t actually a remake of the 1979 film, “Mum,” which was shot in the ’70, and stars Hiddlleston and Goodman.
Instead it is a film that has been remade by a group of artists and directors from around the world.
The filmmakers behind the new “MUM” are David Koepp, who worked on the first two movies, and John Krasinski.
They are joined by a team of directors and actors who include Michael Fischbach, who directed the “The Curse of Frankenstein,” “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials,” and “The Descent.”
In addition to Fischbeck and Krasowski, the team includes Peter Berg, John Logan, Jonathan Glazer, and Dan O’Bannon.
The producers are trying to make the film look more authentic than the original film, as it was shot with a digital camera, but this doesn’t mean the film will be less scary.
“There is a fear in the world right now of all this CGI,” Koepps said.
“But the truth is we’ve had a lot of time to re-examine what makes a good movie.
It used to be that you would do it in one take, but we have an infinite amount of material.
You can have a great story, and then you can have bad movie.
So we want to create films that are not afraid of CGI, but still have a little bit of horror.
We don’t want to be afraid of it.
The more the better.”
So we want films that feel authentic to the story.
The more the better.