The Ghoul 2003 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
In an eerie, fog-shrouded London, an ancient curse has been unleashed and a reign of terror is about to begin! Horror movie legend Boris Karloff is unforgettable in this “blood-curdling” (Motion Picture Herald) thriller that brings to life the classic tale of the mummy!On his deathbed, famed Egyptologist Professor Morlant (Karloff) instructs his assistant to bury him with an ancient jewel he believes will grant him eternal life. But soon after he’s entombed, the sacred treasure is ripped from his hand by a mysterious grave robber. Now, filled with fury, Morlant rises from his crypt as a grotesquely decaying mummy determined to avenge the theft and destroy everything in his path!
Cool Posts From Around the Web:
Latest on The Ghoul
The Immortals hits theaters November 11, 2011 and the trailer looks awesome. Directed by Tarsem Singh and from the producers of 300 brings you an intense Epic Greek Mythology journey where mankind must stand against the Greek Gods once again.
Michael Axelgaard‘s Hollow will be released this September on VOD. I absolutely love found footage films and this one further tempts me with the ancient evil hook. Hollow horror film stars Emily Plumtree, Jessica Ellerby, Sam Stockman and Matt Stockoe.
Grave Encounters 2 proudly displays the new tagline “Just when you thought it was over… they found more footage”. This new tagline for Grave Encounters 2 is plastered all over the recently released teaser poster. The Vicious Brothers will not be returning to direct the sequel but instead they will…