The Mummy (1932)
Despite my love for The Mummy (1999), I had never seen the Universal original starring Boris Karloff. Karloff’s performance is the draw in what is a fairly rote vampire movie.
The Mummy (1959)
This I wasn’t even really aware of before tonight: a Hammer reboot of the series, starring Peter Cushing as the archaeologist and Christopher Lee as the mummy. It’s hard to even say the mummy did anything wrong here; he’s just killing the annoying Englishmen who first desecrated a grave and then did their best to destroy any archaeological value of the desecration by setting off explosives inside it.
It’s a little weird that the main god of the film is Karnak, which is the location of a famous temple not the name of a god.
This Book Is Full of Spiders: Seriously, Dude, Don’t Touch It by Jason Pargin (John Dies at the End #2)
This book is full of spiders. ⭐⭐⭐