Studio: kwistufa
Review Count: 24
Average Rating: 4.92 stars
Genre: Horror
Length: 2 minutes 52 seconds
Posted on: March 11, 2007
Film Description
The 4th Instalment to my
little Series of
Classic Horrors.
This is my MUMMY effort.

Thanks to Rik Vargard
for the Medievil Ruins set
& The Eclipse overlay

The Music:
Light & Darkness
Rik Vargard
- bongoman

I liked that cool moody peice, mate! Particularly the outgoing mood...

Posted on April 17, 2007
- nikstudios05


The was a great little flick acting also
as an homage to the original horrors that
frightened our country so many years ago!
Awesome job!!!


Posted on April 12, 2007
- Rik_Vargard

Wow that was great! What an amient! Excellent short!:)

Posted on March 22, 2007
- riott007

I think you do really well with these horror movies. The feeling was that of an old classic horror film...and you captured that quite well.

I really liked the glare too. It made the film have a totally different and unique feel to it.

Good Job, Kwis!!

Posted on March 18, 2007
- MelonTheCreeker

Very good horror movie with a unique look. Personally i thought it was very hard to watch a lot of the time, but i applaud you for trying something different.
Looking forward to future horror movies from you!


Posted on March 17, 2007
- colingaiser

Quite a fascinating little horror with an artistic sunlight overlay that had my head spinning at the sheer brilliance of it. Beautiful, toned work from the master of atmosphre. Although I didn't know what the hell was going on for most of the film, it was the constant eye candy that kept me entertained.

Not quite 5 star worthy, but a solid 4 star kwistufa artwork!

Posted on March 17, 2007
- Davidwww

A very atmospheric piece, I liked it.

Posted on March 14, 2007
- Andy_inc

An awesome build-up to the final fight with the atmosphere at a perfect level. The music fit the feel of the film perfectly, and the editing was top-notch.
The story was fairly simplistic, but yet spoke to us in an easy to understand language.
It reminded me a lot like a classic early 20th Century horror film.
Awesome job mate!

Posted on March 14, 2007
- jackalbane

I am stunned by the simple brilliance of this short film. The visuals were great. The direction reeked of awesomeness. And the lack of VOs and subtitles seemed completely appropriate. I can't criticize the dialogue because there wasn't any! Still, the visuals tell the entire story and although it wasn't a long, drawn out epic, it still left me satisfied after watching it.

Awesomely awesome job, kwistufa and if you make any more of these gems, let me know. ;)

Posted on March 13, 2007
- AnotherNewDawn

What a kickass visual treat... I saw that you already beat yourself up in the boards about the "overuse" of the glare filter overlay, so I won't pile on (it was a badass effect, no doubt).

Music solid, sound solid (even with the defaults)...

Some excellent camerawork (and I mean damn-it-why-didn't-I-think-of-that excellent), and a quick shot to the solar plexus of a tale. The Mummy Ninja Man is exactly what it claims to be and it delivers!

Great fun, Kwis. :)


Posted on March 13, 2007
- budbundysmullet

Cool little flick there Kwis!
I liked the overlay with the fog, it created atomosphere, although the overlay was to strong and made visibility difficult at times.
The music was good and fit well with the movie.

Good Work!

PS: Ass Probe is a d*ck!

Posted on March 13, 2007
- Bezzer36

Agree with the Nukester!

Would love to see a full length Kwis movie...DMP is at your disposal sir!
A nice little visual treat on offer here...oozing with words necessary...just a great fun flick.

Posted on March 13, 2007

Another Great Atmospheric Short Movie Dude!! Would love to see you make a feature film cos I know it would ROCK!!!


Nuke Well!!

Posted on March 13, 2007
- VandrendeOrn

Nice horror movie, the overlay you used were creepy

Posted on March 13, 2007
- Amabeginzordawg

I thought Duskfeed was better than this one, but this was still extremely atmospheric. Try not to overuse that sun glare effect. It was really cool though. Great Job at another horror short!

Posted on March 12, 2007
- MefuneAkira


Yet another great short horror from Kwistufa!

THE GOOD: Freshness! That is what is so tantalizing about this short film. It is unlike any other. THAT is what Kwis does best. A marvel to watch!

THE BAD: The sun glare was amazing at first, but a change up towards the end could have been added. That�??s about it!

Creepy, visually stunning and fun to watch!

-Mefune Akira
L.M.A.O. Studios

Posted on March 12, 2007
- sidy

this simple storyline was so normal classic action horror.
but this movie was very high quality!
good editing and freecam.
excellent music + smoke and lighting overlay(?) is making an original tense atmosphere.
overall : great work.

Posted on March 12, 2007
- Tsunamidog

Not to sound like I'm sucking up to ya or nothing, but the atmoshpere of that movie had to have the COOLEST I'VE EVER SEEN!
THE DUST, THE GLARE, THE LIGHTING, THE CAMERA EFFECTS! It was f***in perfect. I love these little horror shorts you got going, their really well-done and cool to watch.
The only problem I have is sometimes through all the dust and glare and bright sky, I couldnt really tell what was giong on.
But other than that, a totally sweet silent short flick! Nice job dude!

Posted on March 11, 2007
- ubernewbie

Cool, creepy and dripping with atmoshere. Excellent use of the overlay to simulate dusk and nice editing all round. Fabbo.

Posted on March 11, 2007
- verguit

Too much of the glare overlay use. The music didn't fit the atmosphere. But it was very enjoyable to watch.

Posted on March 11, 2007
- Goofparade

I really loved the opening sequence up to where he gets off the horse. Very well shot and edited. The music in this was absolutely perfect for the film, well chosen.... atmospheric.
I laughed when the ninja sat down after defeating the mummy.. right BESIDE the mummy! Let's face it .. a Mummy ain't gonna beat a ninja in a footrace... bad place to park his keyster! Heh heh.

Ever wonder where the mummy goes after he gets the blade through the torso at the end?

To see his tailor!

good one Kwis,


Posted on March 11, 2007
- 6-HeadedMonster

sweet! your atmospheric horrors keep getting better

Posted on March 11, 2007
- rysto

Good movie! The overlay and fog made a nice eerie effect. Loved the opening sequence.
But my eyes hurt after watching it! I think the eclipse overlay was used TOO much.

Posted on March 11, 2007
- StevenKreg

Nice atmosphere. I'll even (kinda) forgive the It Aint Over Yet. But truly, no one has captured that atmosphere yet... nice short.

Posted on March 11, 2007