Day of the Mummy

Synopsis: In hope of getting his hands on the famed diamond known as the Codix Stone, Jack Wells joins a group of archaeologists out to explore a newly discovered tomb in Egypt, that of the cursed king Neferu. When the Mummy of the king returns from the dead seeking human victims, Jack is in for the most horrifying experience of his life.
Genre: Horror
Director(s): Johnny Tabor
Production: Ruthless Pictures
81 min

Dr. Behar.

Dr. Behar.

We're running out of

light, so if we're going

to do this we should probably do it now.

Ready when you are.

We are now standing in front

of what I'm almost certain

to be the tomb of the

lost brother of King Siptah

who once ruled over the upper

and lower Egyptian valley

more than 2,000 years ago.

Everyone, including my peers, believed his

existence to be nothing more than a myth.

Well, we are now about

to prove them wrong.

For what you are seeing behind me now

is the entrance to the tomb of what the

ancient Hebrews called the Cursed King.

Just the mere mention of his name

was so utterly terrifying

to the ancient Egyptians

that even the symbol

for his name, the cat,

could not so much as be

written or pronounced by anyone.

Now won't you please

follow me, uh, Steven?

You see, Neferu, the son of Harcoptis

was in succession to be the king

when his younger brother Siptah

had him captured and

mummified while still alive.

And right down these tunnels

is where he was buried.

And this is where we

believe we will find him,

the king who cannot be named.

What was that, Steven?

What was that?

Jesus, what is that?

No. No! Jesus Christ!

I am a collector.

Treasures is what I seek.

I have possessed the most precious

riches the world has ever known.

The rarest, the most magnificent.

But one has eluded me

for all these years.

A precious jewel, shrouded in mystery,

wrought with danger.

It belonged to a cursed king, Neferu,

a pharaoh, who some say still

haunts his final resting place,

seeking new victims.

A pharaoh who was buried

alongside a most precious stone.

A jewel of immense worth

and incredible power.

They call it,

the Kodek stone.

Only one man

can get it for me.

And his name is, Jack Wells.

Hey, sexy.

Like the presents?


What have you gone and joined the NSA?

- You do live an exciting life

for an archeology professor.

I do what I can, Carl.

We're gonna be in the hot tub.

I suppose I have to thank

you for this package.

Don't mention it.

It suits you.

My birthday is still a few months away,

so I suspect an ulterior motive

for this little surprise of yours.

Look closer.

That's right,

the camera's in the glasses.

So you can see all this?

I'm watching everything that you are.

You're new glasses are

transmitting via a satellite uplink

to the comfort of my home.

You're eyes belong to me, Jack.

I'll be a son of a bitch.

And how the hell did you

get your hands on these?

I called in a favor from a friend.

You must have some important friends,

this is not your standard

over-the-counter technology.

I have my sources, like you have yours.

There's something else in the box.

What's this?

Something to make life easier.

I hope it's sanitary.

Stop fucking around,

Jack, time is of essence.

You hear me?

Yeah, like you're living in my head.

Should keep us in contact at all times.

Okay, Santa, I got the gifts.

Now what do you want from me?

I believe you know, Jeremy Cooper.

Yep, he is the biggest asshole

in the world of archeology.

Indeed, but the asshole

is putting together a team

and I want you on it.

What makes you think,

he'd want me to tag along?

He's not my biggest fan.

You're still the best

Egyptologist he knows

and you can decipher hieroglyphics

like you were born

speaking that gibberish.

Where he's going, he's

gonna need someone like you.

Strike that, he's gonna need you.

Hmm. Where's he going?

His team is flying to

Hijaza in three days.

Hijaza? What the hell

are they doing there?


Neferu, the cursed king? Come on.

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Garry Charles

Garry Charles (born 1973, Bedford, Bedfordshire) is an English award winning writer of horror and fantasy. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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