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Mummy Reborn

UK 2019
produced by
Scott Jeffrey, Rebecca Matthews, Tara MacGowran (executive) for Proportion Productions, Major Zeus, Brief Yellow Light Productions
directed by Dan Allen
starring Tiffany-Ellen Robinson, Victor Toth, Chris Kaye, Louis Findlay, Tara MacGowran, Georgia Wood, Mika Hockman, Will Dodd, Carey Thring, Becca Hirani, Michael Otteson, Charlene Durrant, Nick Murphy, Henry Smith, Shaila Alvarez, Jitendra Rai, Rita Siddiqui, Kavita Vyas, Heronimo Sehmi, Patsy Prince, Yasmin Ahsanullah, Nila Patel, Claudine-Helene Aumord, Sheila Kaur, Chiraag Patel
written by Scott Jeffrey, Dan Allen, music by Neil Myers

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Young Tina (Tiffany-Ellen Robinson) is really down on her luck: Since her mother died, she has taken care of her mentally challenged brother Max (Victor Toth), while her job's hardly paying the bills, let alone the carer (Becca Hirani) for Max while she's working - and then her boss Karen (Tara MacGowran) tells her she's closing shop - an antique store - as it's hardly making any money as it is. This throws Tina into despair of course, but going through the photos she has taken doing inventory for the final sale, her boyfriend Luke (Chris Kaye) has an idea of how to fix all their worries: Why doesn't Tina leave the door to the shop open tonight so a bunch of Luke's friends can sneak in and steal what appears to be a priceless amulet. Tina's less than sure about this, but desparate enough to agree to it anyways. And it actually works like a charm, there's just the fact that Luke's friends - Duncan (Louis Findlay), his girlfriend Ali (Georgia Wood), and Jasmine (Mika Hockman) got a bit greedy and didn't only steal the amulet but also a wooden box that was somehow related to it - and the wooden box contains a mummy (Will Dodd). And of course, once the box and amulet are at Tina's place, the mummy gets in touch with the amulet, which to nobody's surprise causes its resurretion, and it's ready to wreak havoc. Just one thing, the amulet got broken, and Max has hidden one of the pieces, so now the mummy tries to kill its way to it, and soon enough has taken out Ali and Jasmine and turned them into its slaves. Duncan takes off into the woods, but is soon stopped dead in his track by the mummy, and it and Ali and Jasmine decide to take out a bunch of hippies who are camping nearby just for good measure. Meanwhile, back at Tina's, she, Luke and Max are preparing for the mummy's return, but whatever they put into action seems to fail, until Tina finds herself forced to do the last thing she ever wanted to - call Karen, admit to the theft, and ask for assistance ...


So ok, Mummy Reborn is hardly a film that has re-invented the mummy genre - in fact, objectively speaking it's little more than your typical slasher with a mummy as the killer ... but that's totally overlooking one thing: Mummy Reborn is quite simply so much fun! The film doesn't seem to take itself one bit seriously, and it seems to urge the viewer to do the same - sure, it's formulaic, but there are plenty of sight gags, oneliners, situations and elements of parody to keep one entertained throughout, while the film always stays above the moronic, but when things are supposed to get tense and bloody, Mummy Reborn doesn't pull any punches, either. Basically, this is a party movie, best consumed with beer, but one one doesn't have to feel embarrassed about liking when sober.


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