It's cliche history, folks! Today's film is a movie that contains a lot of the tropes and cliches that people have come to associate with the Mummy film. The film is called The Mummy's Shroud and you will probably get a feeling of Deja Vu while hearing about/seeing it. The plot involves a Mummy, a fortune teller and lots of killing. Throw in some authority figure cliches, the 'evil foreigner' and you've got a movie. This film is in kind of an odd place, as it's not a Hammer film or a Universal one. That makes it a bit obscure, although it is readily-available on DVD. Then again, Dahmer vs. Gacy is on DVD, so that doesn't mean a whole lot. This movie is an interesting little piece of history. There's no need to grab your sweater, because I have...
* The Mummy kills people from the group at the behest of a Fortune Teller and an Egyptian.
* The father tries to leave Egypt, rightly-afraid of being killed.
* The Police Captain tells the father not to leave and subsequently has to stop him from leaving.
Rinse and repeat for about forty-five minutes.