Films: Dawn of the Mummy (1981)
Location: Desert/Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Mummies haven't been the best of folk across cinema. Most of the time, they're just zombified versions of Egypt's biggest jerks/romantics. Here, we have a major jerk for you.
History: We can tell Sefirama was a horrible Pharaoh to have around because on the day of his mummification, he ordered lots of slaves to be gassed in the room of his tomb. It is said that if he be disturbed, he and his army will rise from the dead to kill the living. Well, surprise! A bunch of reckless idiots disturbed him centuries later.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After his undead horde cause havoc in the local town, Sefirama is buried under tons of rubble by the surviving explorers. His hand may be able to move, but who's to say the rest of him can?
Powers/Abilities: Can control his undead army from afar, and is immune to bullets.
Weakness: Bury him. Like, REALLY bury him.
Scariness Factor: 4-Out of all the mummies we've seen, this one stands out as one of the most violent. Gore and bloodshed follow this man and his army wherever they go. It's safe to say that the ancient Egyptians were probably grateful at the time just to see him meet Anubis in the end.
Trivia: -According to some, especially Greek historians, the cruelest of the Pharaohs was Khufu. This guy may have been famous for commissioning the Pyramid of Giza, but many say that he was a tyrant who treated both priest and slave alike like dirt. Then again, many Pharaohs probably saw their underlings as expendable anyway.
-Despite a large Italian cast, this film was very much an Egyptian production. It didn't stop most of the public from labeling it as another Italian one, though.