Synopsis by Robert Firsching
The most popular starlet in exploitation specialists Seduction Cinema's repertory company, slender young Misty Mundae takes the Lara Croft role in this softcore send-up of Lara Croft: Tomb Raider. Directed by Brian Paulin, a studio newcomer best-known for his interesting 1998 vampire film At Dawn They Sleep, the film concerns the evil Dr. Humboldt (Esmerelda DeLaRocca), who has kidnapped a professor and his beautiful daughter, Kristen (Darian Caine). Intent on creating a Fourth Reich, Humboldt knows that she needs the magic of ancient Egypt to complete her scheme, and sets out to resurrect the mummy King Thotep to get it. That's when Misty, the two-fisted tomb raider whose thong reads "100% White Trash," steps in to save the day. An unusual blend of action gunplay and lengthy softcore lesbian scenes, Mummy Raider makes up in enthusiasm what it lacks in production values, and should please genre fans. As the feature is only 45 minutes long, however, the DVD also contains the short film My First Female Lover, starring Mundae and DeLarocca and helmed by William Hellfire, who had directed the star in Lust in the Mummy's Tomb the previous year.
kidnapping, mummy, professor, tomb, doctor