Production info

La Venganza de la Momia
Spain, 1973

Jacinto Molina, Jack Taylor, María Silva
Directed by Carlos Aured

  

ancient Egyptian mummified pharaoh Amenhotep is brought back to life by a modern high priest and starts a new life as Assad Bey in Victorian London. To achieve immortality he needs to kidnap young virgins for blood sacrifices.

Spanish version of The Mummy, where the ancient Egyption lovers are wicked sadists whose religion is filled with blood drinking and who can casually eat grapes while innocent victims are tortured in front of them. An uncut version with lots of nudity is rumoured to exist, but no copies are in circulation. English title: "The Mummy's Revenge".


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