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Mummy Maniac 2007 R CC

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A terrifying horror inspired by a real serial killer who captured his victims and wrapped them up like mummies!

Starring:
Ben Stewart, Erica Kruz
Runtime:
1 hour, 21 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Horror
Director Max Nikoff
Starring Ben Stewart, Erica Kruz
Supporting actors Colette Claire, Hollie Overton, Jacquelyn Aurora, Nola Roeper, Elissa Dowling, Victoria Lea Rudd, Bud Watson, Pia Pownall
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By happydogpotatohead on June 10, 2012
Format: DVD
This is possibly the most boring piece of crap movie I have ever seen. It's about a baby-faced tub of lard who picks a series of girls up off the street, dragging them back to a little green cinderblock room where he kills them in the least convincing manner I've ever seen, with pathetic amounts of fake gore and spectacularly unconvincing special effects, while his horribly ugly mom watches from a little window surrounded with clothespins(?!?). He then wraps their heads in bandages and throws their bodies in a warehouse. THERE IS NO OTHER ACTION IN THE MOVIE OTHER THAN THIS. That is all he does, over and over again. For 81 miserable minutes. THAT IS ALL THAT HAPPENS. There's not even any good nudity.

This must have been made as some sort of tax write-off. Maybe some mentally ill millionaire paid these people to make this sad waste of digital media happen. You could spend hours trying to figure out why anybody would make this piece of cinematic fecal material, but it would be as much of a waste of time as actually watching this alleged movie. Either way, watching this movie should be counted as Torture under the Third and Fourth Geneva Conventions. I heartily recommend that someone at the U.N. buy every copy of this movie as well as the original master copy, and burn them with fire. Then round up the producer/director and imprison him, her or them for life. In solitary confinement. It would be better if this movie never existed. It makes Manos: The Hands of Fate look like high art.
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Format: DVD
When I checked out this DVD the little envelope in which it came informed me that "Mummy Maniac" was "based on a series of headline-grabbing 2006 murders in New York City" by a "crazed serial killer who encases his victims like mummies." So far, so good, although wrapping corpses in strips of cloth is not particularly horrific (cf. "Dexter"). But then the next sentence explains that "the killer goes on a bizarre ritualistic murder spree as forensic profilers and other law enforcement officials scramble to uncover his identity before he kills again." At this point you would be thinking a movie like "Se7en", "The Bone Collector," or your favorite episode of "C.S.I.." But you would be sadly mistaken, because the only cop that shows up in this movie is the fake one that the killer pretends to be as he goes around New York City and picks up his victims.

The prologue to this film is a blurry scene of a killing that makes no sense until a series of title cards inform us that when he was 15 years old Michael Savage killed his stepfather. His mother covered up the killing and the murder became cold case. Then in 2005 in Queens, New York, a man posing as a police officer abducted a college student whose body was found the next day with the head wrapped like a mummy, ergo, the "Mummy Maniac.
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