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The Pyramid 2014

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A team of archaeologists discover a pyramid in the Egyptian desert, but as they unlock its horrifying secrets, they realize they're being relentlessly hunted by an ancient evil.

Starring:
Ashley Hinshaw, Denis O'Hare
Runtime:
1 hour, 28 minutes

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Genres Thriller, Adventure, Action, Horror
Director Grégory Levasseur
Starring Ashley Hinshaw, Denis O'Hare
Supporting actors James Buckley, Christa Nicola, Amir K, Faycal Attougui, Philip Shelley, Ait Hamou Amine, Omar Benbrahim, Joseph Beddelem, Chakir El Faaiz, Garsha Arristos, Prince Shah
Studio Fox
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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First thing I wanna say about this film is; despite what you hear or read, this is NOT a found footage film, nor is it a half and half. It does follow a reporter and her camera man, but even from their POV through their lenses, it's nothing much different to seeing it as normal camera viewing, so it's not the found footage type of thing, nor is it anything like Paranormal Activity. So clear those thoughts and comments from your mind.

The Pyramid is about a small group of archaeologists who have just discovered another pyramid buried under the sands somewhere near the famous Cairo pyramids. Something is very different about this pyramid tho, as it only has 3 sides (something that never reveals any reason and is useless to the rest of the story). However just as the team has figured out where an entrance is to get inside, they are ordered to shut down and leave Egypt due to a war about to break out in Cairo. However the teams curiosity of such a find that could change history as we know it, decide to send a mobile rover down there to see what's in there before they are forced to abandon the excavation for an unknown period of time. However something goes a-muck as suddenly something is seen attacking the rover and being that it's on loan from NASA and costs about 3 million, a decision to go retrieve it is made, and that's when the team go down, and things begin to happen out of the ordinary as they can't find there way back out of the pyramid. But that's not the only problem, they soon discover they are not alone in this ancient labyrinth, and whatever is down there sure doesn't want them to escape.

I waited quite some time to see this film, and the end result was not that disappointing, but it's not what I expected either.
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I study Egyptology myself so its hard to drag me to movies like this unless you want a lecture on the accuracy of the story line's use of Egyptian mythology. For once, I was able to sit back and enjoy a movie without getting agitated by the incorrect use of Egyptian legend. In fact, alongside my love of Egyptology, I enjoy a good horror flick. This one had some very decent jump scares that made my heart die just a little. Also it was thrilling and had a lot of build-up points to discoveries in the story line. Add in some slight humor and romance and you've got an enjoyable flick. All in all, I plan to by this movie and add it to my collection of Egyptian themed movies like the Mummy.
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I thought this movie was great! I remember seeing articles on it some time ago, but completely forgot about it. I finally got a chance to check it out and it was exactly what I was hoping it would be! Don't misunderstand,..you're not going to get any Oscar's for this film, but for what it is,..it's great!

Nora (Ashley Hinshaw) and Holden (Denis O'Hare) are a Father/Daughter team of archeologists that have just stumbled upon the discovery of a lifetime! A previously covered "3-sided" Pyramid hidden deep in the dessert. Along with their "digging crew" they are accompanied by a 2-person documentary film tean (Fitzie and Sunni) and robotics expert, Zahir. After their discovery, they soon are forced to evacuate and completely abandon the dig site. Once the entire archeological team is sent home, Nora convinces her dad to send in a robot to at least film something for them, but once inside, they quickly lose all contact. Since the robot is on "loan" from NASA, Zahir insists on going in after it, which prompts the other 4 remaining members to tag along. Once they get inside, they discover they can't get out.

Like I said, you're not going to be amazed by this movie, but there is DEFINITE fun to be had! I thoroughly enjoyed it myself. The only reason for a 4 instead of a 5 was the fact that I don't really see myself watching it over and over again. Other than that, great flick!

Final Verdict: Watch it! Fun times had by all!
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This movie has some real shockers, besides having good acting. Just the right recipe for chills and horror movie lovers. An archaeologist and his daughter, along with a journalist, photographer and an interpreter, enter a tomb of tunnels, mystery and terror. It's pretty slow at first, then it melds into bloody violence. I won't tell what hell awaits them, but I thought I made the right choice in spending some money on this film. I jumped in my chair in some scenes. Worth it for the plot and fans of horror.
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Format: DVD
This is one of those movies that you “hope” will be good, but isn’t. Maybe it wasn’t the worst thing I’ve seen this month either. I won’t recommend it to anyone looking for a good “scary movie” night. But this would make an excellent drinking game or “friends’n’beer” flick.

With the same playful and cheeky approach of The Last Exorcism (2010) and Grave Encounters (2011), this film opens like an upbeat documentary about an anthropological expedition that would air on the Discovery or History Channel. A team of scientists aim to excavate and explore a completely buried pyramid whose age predates most Egyptian history, indicating possible extraterrestrial origins for this uniquely three-sided pyramid (others being four-sided) and nods to the SETI program (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence). With one archaeologist being an extraterrestrial skeptic and his daughter the “alien hypothesizer” we find satisfying witty exchanges that stage not only their character dynamic but the story itself. At this point, the film has promise.

Once the pyramid is discovered to be defended by deadly booby-traps, they send in a cute little NASA Mars rover that looks like Wall-E’s cousin to probe the interior. Of course, the rover encounters “something” and is disabled. So, again of course, the team has to go in to recover the important NASA robot and ends up trapped inside this giant labyrinthine tomb along with what seem to be very large, hairless, flesh-eating rats. This is about where the movie shifts from promising to…well, something less palatable. Let’s just say Of Unknown Origin (1983) was a much better “man versus monstrous rat” movie and AVP (2004) was a much better “trapped in an alien pyramid” movie.
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