Production info

Mummy A.D. 1993
USA, 1993

David Nelson
Directed by David Nelson

A mad suburbanite (Nelson) thinks he's an Egyptian high priest. He has a real mummy sequestered in his backyard tomb (a garage), and raises it from the dead to get revenge his enemies and "show the world that you are here!" The mummy (Nelson) attacks the house of Nelson and many relatives and neighborhood acquaintences are killed. A detective (Nelson) is called in, who battles the mummy with toy pistols, swords, ping-pong ball guns, smoke bombs, and pepper spray.

Oddball 20 min. independent video production by David "The Rock" Nelson, who specializes in crazy monster movies shot and edited by extremely cheap means. Not in any way a serious production, but popular in certain circles and therefore worth mentioning here.

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