Nina Hartley reprises her role as the gorgeous Akasha, a resurrected Egyptian princess. In the opening scene she smuggles her mummy chum Nakara out of a Cairo museum, hypnotizing a guard with a flash of her deadly china-blue yes. Her plan is to bring Nakara back to life again aided by Mike Horner. It doesn’t take much convincing as they’re soon locked into a rather vocal 69 with Hartley’s lovely twin cheeks perched on top of his face. Catching a blast of Horner’s vital fluids, Nakara comes to life and begins stretching her sexual muscles.
Back in California, inspector Randy West questions Sunny McKay, Horner’s jilted fiancée. She collapses on West’s lap and utters the immortal line: “Is that a pistol in your pocket or are you just glad I fainted?”
As predicted, Horner, Hartley, and Nakara head for the coast and show up in McKay’s living room. As Hornertries to explain his sudden disappearance, the ladies keep West otherwise engaged. Horner and McKay ride off into the sunset – until Mummy Dearest III.
Good, clear videography, solid acting, passionate sex, lovely sets and a breezy story make this a nice venture with a theme which hasn’t been overdone.