Mysterious Museum 2004 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Passable to watch WITH a child on
a RAINY day—or your in-laws are
over and you want to be left alone.
Okay, maybe I just MIGHT spend the
day WITH my inlaws instead of seeing
THIS again. Once was enough. I’m Embar-
rassed I bought this low-budget, made
somewhere in the former USSR for $7,777
‘movie.’ Probably was a tax-write-off!!
Leaving this review on a positive note:
Only the titles on the Trailers Pop-up
were WORSE than this.
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