Not only is this one of the worst mummy movies I've ever seen--it's one of the worst movies, period! Six archeology students are spending the summer at an isolated rural compound with their college professor, working on the discovery of a rare aztec mummy. The mummy is brought to life by one of the students, who happens to be a follower of the ancient ways, and it goes around killing all the students with this knife-like weapon it was buried with. The biggest problem is the screenplay by Jason Mathew Walsh. It is filled with generic college age characters, dialogue sounding as if lifted from some bad television show and he clearly has very little insight in to how real people communicate. I'd say his writing style is best described as character undevelopment. The second problem is the casting of the actors. While most are okay in the roles a few of the stiffer ones really stick out. Among them is Ariauna Albright, whose claim to fame is being in some Junior Bookwalter movies. You would think she would have taken acting classes in the interim. The third problem is the director--why David DeCoteau (whose last decent movie was CREEPAZOIDS) put his real name on this video rather than one of his dozen pseudonyms is beyond me. And the fourth biggest problem is that this movie is about an Aztec mummy--the aztecs didn't mummify people! I was so angry after watching this movie I chucked it in the garbage.