Father-daughter archaeologists Miles (Denis O'Hare) and Nora Holden (Ashley Hinshaw) discover a unique pyramid that has been buried beneath the Egyptian desert for 5,000 years. Accompanied by a newswoman (Christa-Marie Nicola) and her team, the archaeologists enter the tomb and promptly become trapped. Hopelessly lost within the pyramid's labyrinthine structure, the group faces deadly perils that threaten their escape, including collapsing floors and bloodthirsty predators.
Predictable jack in the box scares, another horrendous plot and hand held camera filmed movie with an even worse plot.
While I can appreciate some of the stunt set ups and set design in parts of the movie the rest of it doesn't follow suit. The movie also has a mix of good actors bogged down by bad actors and poor cgi to accompany them.
Would be a good movie to watch for those who like fake scares and ridiculous story lines for the sheer lame entertainment but as for me, I won't be seeing this one again. I had a hard enough time just trying to finish it. "Yawn worthy."