I watched this a quarter of a century ago....it was totally ahead of its time. wow. I hadn't watched it since, and I have to say, this film is superb, brilliant, with an incredible attention to detail..save for the fact that there is no such thing as the "Eye of Ra" in Egyptian mythology. That was the eye of Horus. Also, the creepy goat head with the horns at the end where Dr.Jackson brings Sha'ru (his new wife) and places her on the "sacrificial altar" was oddly forced and out of place in the narrative. It really gave me the heeby jeebies. The fact that the film creators decided to include wings to the statue and to mimic the western satanic effigy in the likeliness of Egyptian sculptures was disturbing and deceptive.The story is compelling, complex and the language, dialects and dialogue is exquisitely delightful to listen to. A lot of time and dedication was put into the telling of this tale, and like the pyramids of kheops, kephren and mykerinos it has stood the test of time. What a marvelous rediscovery. I had no idea it would be as amazing as when I first watched it. A sobering reminder that most films these days (2018) need a serious return to the golden age of sci-fi. The cast was so fantastic, what a pleasure to have Vivica Lindfors as Catherine Langford. She passed the following year so watching her was like witnessing the culmination of both a person's life long experience and the mastery of one's acting ability. Ah, this movie was better in 2018 than it was in 1994. READ THIS REVIEW HOLLYWOOD and get your crap together. THIS> FILMS LIKE THIS!