Production info

Ammut's Angel
USA, 2011

Directed by Chris Miller


A famous model and movie star who has decided to stop her career is killed by an occult society of entertainment elites. In the afterlife, however, she is handed the unique opportunity to act as the avenging angel of Ammut, the Egyptian goddess of revenge, and get even for her life that was destroyed.

Series created exclusively for the internet and published on Unfortunately, at the time of writing this (16 December 2011) the website appears to be down, but this is hoped to be just temporary (for the moment the YouTube button links to the trailer). The sole Egyptian factor in this series seems to be the goddess Ammut granting the main character her revenge.

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