In 1991 some folks figured out that mummies are basically zombies. Inevitably the Italians made a mummy zombie movie, Burial Ground.That film is particularly beloved by Sandy Petersen, featuring characters who are jaw-droppingly stupid even for an Italian zombie movie, not to mention a very unseemly incest sub-plot involving a mother and her young son. The only reason that element doesn’t make the film completely unwatchable is, with it apparently pushing the envelope even for Italian horror, they cast a short guy clearly in his ’20s to play the ‘kid.’ The guy is an awful actor–again, even for an Italian horror movie–and vastly entertaining to watch.
This movie, more oddly (if fittingly), is Egyptian. It also somehow featured more of a Romero rip-off title than the Italian movie. This is the most mummy-ish of its maurading undead. The others were far more typically zombie-ish in appearance, and were indeed gut-munchers.