The Mummy an' the Armadillo

The Mummy an' the Armadillo

Director: J.S. Cardone Cast: Betty Buckley, Lori Heuring, Clare Kramer


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Unexpected revelations lead to horrifying consequences in this independent psychological thriller. Sarah (Clare Kramer) is a traveler who is driving down Route 66 one night when she stops at a diner to wait out a storm. The diner, which once was also home to a museum of the bizarre, has fallen into neglect and disrepair, and the only people there besides Sarah are members of the strange family who run the place. As Sarah's own deeply buried secrets face off against the sometimes dangerous eccentricities of her hosts, everyone is forced to re-examine their pasts, bringing the night to a terrible and unexpected climax with the rising of the sun. The Mummy An' the Armadillo co-stars Betty Buckley, Brad Renfro, Johnathon Schaech, and Busy Philipps.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/09/2005
UPC: 0829567018927
Original Release: 2004
Rating: NR
Source: Virgil Films
Time: 1:41:00

Special Features

Theatrical trailer; Behind the scenes; Spanish Subtitles

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. A Lonely Traveler [10:02]
2. The Armadillo [3:29]
3. The Deputy Sheriff [5:36]
4. Left in Charge [11:08]
5. The Picture Frame [4:49]
6. Taken Hostage [9:17]
7. The Mummy's Secret [7:49]
8. More Visitors [10:16]
9. A Slow Dance [12:14]
10. Billie's Return [4:21]
11. Family Past [11:59]
12. "Where Is Everybody?" [3:45]
13. Leaving the Diner [3:00]
14. End Credits [3:05]

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The Mummy an' the Armadillo 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
tayriley More than 1 year ago
being from a theatre background, i enjoyed this movie very much. that said, the movie hinges on the performances of many talented actors instead of the smoke&mirrors of film-making. the entire story takes place inside a bar. the story is revealed to you through intricate dialogue instead of action...this may scare many viewers away- the type of viewer that goes to the movies to see things blow up. if, however, you enjoy plays and the theatre, i would bet that this is your cup of tea. the story is dramatic and interesting- you just have to give it a chance.