Sands of Oblivion

m and the rest of the crew, one of the props is an ancient Egyptian artifact that, when unearthed by archaeologists in the present day, awakens the curse of an Anubis-like creature.


This section of “Oblivion” plays like a mix between “The Mummy” and “Final Destination,” with a few inventive deaths played out amidst catacombs and whatnot. But as members of the C-level cast run from supernatural sand worms, there’s only so far it can go, and that means downshifting into a redneck “Tremors” rip-off for its final third.


Director David Flores (“Boa vs. Python,” anyone?) does what he can with the meager budget, and for a while, effects are passable. It’s worth a rental if you switch it off once the cornpone comedy commences.


“”Rod Lott


This material falls under the archives category because it was imported from our previous website. It will eventually be filtered into the proper category as time allows.

Related posts



WordPress Lightbox