5 Reasons We Love ‘The Mummy Reborn!’

Mummy Reborn, High Octane Pictures

High Octane Pictures and Proportion Productions deliver a nostalgic practical effects-driven The Mummy Reborn, starring Tiffany-Ellen Robinson, Victor Toth, and Rita Siddiqui. Co-writer/director Dan Allen delivers old-fashioned adventure and modern scares with this horror flick!

A group of teens in financial ruin that decide to rob the local antique store of an ancient amulet. But what they don’t realize is that this tomb is cursed. When the amulet is separated from its master, he will do anything to get it back. Our burglars must save the day and return the Mummy to it’s tomb before it is too late to save the world.

5) Tiffany-Ellen Robinson!

The Mummy Reborn

A solid lead, Tiffany-Ellen Robinson drives such a sympathetic arc with her character, Tina. Trapped In financial and personal ruin, Tina (Robinson) makes a reckless decision to turn to crime. Robinson makes you understand Tina’s choices and her expressions capture the fear of an unstoppable killer lurking around. 

4) Victor Toth!

Aided by his engaging chemistry with Tiffany-Ellen Robinson, Victor Toth has such a likable spit as his character Max. You’re rooting for Max and Tina throughout the narrative. Together on-screen, their chemistry delivers a one-two emotional punch. 

3) The Legend!

The Mummy Reborn

The Mummy captures an old school spirit because it is made with practical effects. The makeup is fierce with the Mummy’s decayed face. Wrapped in bandages, the Mummy looks gritty and pretty scary.

2) The Direction!

Dan Allen and Scott Jeffrey have put together a fast-paced script that delivers on the action and horror. You can tell by the look of the killer Mummy that Allen has a love for the old-school elements. Allen is able to take a nostalgia and spin it into a modern take. 

1) Fun Horror!

The Mummy Reborn has some chills that horror audiences will get a kick out of! You’ll definitely love the look of The Mummy here!

 The Mummy Reborn is available on VOD and DVD now. 

By Jorge Solis

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