Blood from the Mummy's Tomb
Blood from the Mummy's Tomb (1972)

The swan song for director Seth Holt (who died shortly before filming was completed), this stylish Hammer production transcends its low budget thanks to lush photography, a stylish look, and fine performances from the leads. The plot,… More

Rated: PG
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Release Date: May 17, 1972
DVD Release Date: August 6, 2002
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John Higgins

It's a darkly fun yarn - and another proud example of what can be achieved on a limited budget with talent.

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Tim Brayton
Antagony & Ecstasy

Turns out that the only thing keeping mummy films from reaching their full potential as troubling stories of murder and psychosis were the mummies.

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William Sleet
Certainly not Hammer's finest hour but neither is it the least. But with its utterly nonsensical plot and lack of any actual creepy bandaged mummies its… More
David Sayers
Another mummy film from Hammer but for some reason they forget to actually include a mummy! Instead we have the delectable Leon in various stages of undress… More
Bruce Bruce
This Film is from the Hammer Collection, though I am in the early stages of collecting and reviewing Hammer Films, This one was not what I had hoped a Hammer… More
Henrik Schunk
Alas, just a convoluted Hammer mess, relying too much on the mesmerising ( alleged ) power of Egyptian paraphernilia and the boobs of the main protagonist (… More