Dracula 2000/Tale of the Mummy 2002 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Dracula 2000 - English/French DVD- The master of modern horror, Wes Craven, presents a riveting adaptation of the chilling classic featuring Jennifer Esposito (SUMMER OF SAM), Omar Epps (IN TOO DEEP), Jonny Lee Miller (TRAINSPOTTING), Vitamin C (GET OVER IT), and Jeri Ryan (STAR TREK: VOYAGER). When a team of techno-savvy thieves breaks into a high-security vault, they don’t discover priceless artwork ... they find a crypt that hasn’t been opened for 100 years! Suddenly, the ancient terror of Dracula is unleashed in the chaotic 21st century. Free to follow his pursuits of seduction and power, Dracula’s first destination is America and the exotic city of New Orleans, a place where he feels right at home. Not far behind, however, is a young vampire hunter (Miller) from London, determined to save a young woman (Justine Waddell) with whom Dracula shares his dark legacy! Russell Mulcahy’s Tale Of The Mummy - DVD -When an archaeological expedition opens an ancient Egyptian tomb, the unimaginable evil of a cursed pharaoh—Talos—is unleashed! But before all are lost, team leader Sir Richard Turkel (horror legend Christopher Lee—DRACULA, THE MUMMY, THE CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN) heroically sacrifices his own life to destroy the tomb and contain Talos once more! Then, years later, Sir Richard’s granddaughter (sexy Louise Lombard) sets out with her own team to finish her grandfather’s work ... not knowing that she herself is about to reawaken the supernatural terror of the mummified Talos! Also starring action star Jason Scott Lee (RUDYARD KIPLING’S THE JUNGLE BOOK, DRAGON: THE BRUCE LEE STORY), the heart-pounding RUSSELL MULCAHY’S TALE OF THE MUMMY tells us that this time, there may be nothing that can stop the mummy’s murderous quest for immortality!
About Dracula 2000/Tale of the Mummy (2002)
Starring: Gerard Butler, Justine Waddell, Jonny Lee Miller, Jason Scott Lee, Louise Lombard,
Runtime: 127 minutes
Director: Patrick Lussier Russell Mulcahy,
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