Join your horror hosts Kim & Jon as they sweat and stress over how to talk about one of their favorite movies of all time, The Mummy (1999). This action/adventure/horror epic has something for everyone, especially if you like seeing a gooey Mummy suck the life out of graverobbers so he can resurrect his dead girlfriend!
Pulling from the divisive legacy of the classic Universal Monster Mummy movies that came before it, and featuring a powerhouse cast of performers at the top of their game, The Mummy (1999) is peak cinema. 10/10 would come back from the afterlife to watch again. Join usssss
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