The Mummy’s Hand (1940)

Mummy Monday continues! Imhotep is dead, long live Kharis! This version of the Mummy is, outside of Boris Karloff staring into your soul as Ardath Bey, what most people picture when they think of the iconic monster: wrapped in bandages the whole time and shambling slower than a zombie. Seriously, if it wasn’t for the element of surprise and his enhanced strength, this mummy wouldn’t be that much of a threat, but I digress.