OUIJA MUMMY (2019) Review and overview


‘Evil is unwrapped’

Ouija Mummy is a 2019 American horror feature film about a young couple that moves into a house and awaken the spirit of a vengeful Egyptian princess.

Directed by Sébastien Godin (The Abominations of Frankenstein; Jekyll vs. Hyde; Blood Rites of the Vampyr; Dinogore; Slimoids) from a screenplay co-written with Dustin Hubbard, the C Word Production-Melting Man Films production stars Joel D. Wynkoop (Grave Robbers from Outer Space; Death-Scort Service and sequel; Twisted Illusions and sequel; et al), Kii Hornick (Frightmares; Jekyll vs. Hyde; Lycanimator), Briana Wyman, aforementioned Sébastien Godin and Sharla Darcus Moore.


When a young couple moves in a house formerly owned by an Egyptologist, they anger the vengeful spirit of the Egyptian princess whose tomb she had raided years prior.


Ouija Mummy was released on VOD by Wild Eye Releasing in September 2020 and on DVD on October 27, 2020.

Reviews [click links to read more]:

Ouija Mummy runs fifty-five minutes plus credits and they don’t start playing with the board until thirty-five minutes in, forty-five before the possessions start. What we mostly get is talk about the rift between Chase and his brother Paul (Sébastien Godin) and girl talk between Natalie and her bestie Becca (Sharla Darcus Moore). It feels like they intended to shoot a full-length feature but ended up having to scrap the last act.” Voices from the Balcony

Cast and characters:

Joel D. Wynkoop … Karate Irving
Kii Hornick … Chase Logan
Briana Wyman … Natalie Logan / Ahhotep I
Sébastien Godin … Paul Logan
Sharla Darcus Moore … Becca
Joey Garcia … Blake
Dana Baker … Kyle
M. Catherine Wynkoop … Cassandra Alexander
Brett Kelly … Uncle Dave – director of Ouija SharkCreature from Cannibal CreekCountrycideGhastlies; et al
Alberto Giovannelli … Officer Tony Berto
Bob Glazier … Mailman Sam
Eight The Chosen One … Anubis
Cayt Feinics … Ahhotep I (voice)
Jed Rowen … Sheriff Winston (voice)
Dustin Hubbard … Store Clerk

Technical details:

61 minutes

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