After being put back to sleep and abandoned in an old museum, Slappy is brought to life by a curious girl on a school trip. Out for revenge, Slappy uses his powers to raise an army of creatures from the exhibits. But when the museum closes, Slappy and his new friends are locked inside with Arragatis, an ancient mummy with his own plan for revenge. It’s dummy versus mummy as Slappy faces his most dangerous and frightening opponent yet! Can Slappy defeat this ancient adversary? Or will it be a wrap for this dummy?
When an expedition goes wrong uncovering “Prince” Arragatis, it was soon realized the curse of the mummy was in fact real. Now it was time to put the coffin somewhere no one will ever have to get hurt by Arrays his again.
Slappy finds a new home that doesn’t last long. Once recaptured their father knew a place to bring him. That place was a museum, another student helps her father with it since there’s not much to visit for class trips. While sometimes classes can stay over night. Her father has been searching hard for a Mummy to add to the museum, he would even try speaking the children about it being haunted. Boy, was he in for a long night.
Night of the Museum is definitely the atmosphere I’m picking up throughout the story when the over night begins. Things start to come to life, not on their own. But from Slappy. It’s a battle between the Mummy and Dummy to determine who scares the children throughout the night at the “Haunted” Museum. Things got a lot less boring, and more frightening to not go to sleep all night.
Conclusion is that the infamous Mummy returns, or at least a Mummy. While a face-off between Dummy and Mummy collides, however it’s up to the children to prevent destruction within the walls of the Museum. While keeping everyone safe and not get hurt, or worse. It’s another fun ride that will have you cheering!