I've tried watching the first Fraser Mummy movie, but found nothing about it even the slightest bit appealing. Just yer standard sound and fury.
The original The Mummy is one of my very favorite Universal flicks, though obviously that's a fairly broad category. A lot of that comes down to Karloff's performance.
The sequels are... difficult for me to rate. I loved The Mummy's Hand when I was a kid, but now I watch it and I'm disappointed in how quickly it rushes through its conflict once things finally get up and running. Tomb doesn't click with me at all, because it really has no story or structure. Ghost has some cool ideas, Carradine is always a delight, and the ending is wonderful, but overall the execution is pretty mediocre. Curse is by no means good, but it's silly and entertaining; it's really Martin Kosleck who makes it work for me.
None of the Hammer Mummy flicks entirely work for me. Their first feels like a kind of Cliff's Notes review of the Universal series, and Curse of the Mummy's Tomb and The Mummy's Shroud are both just terribly bland; Blood from the Mummy's Tomb is the closest thing to a real stand-out.
Tokyo, a smoldering memorial to the unknown, an unknown which at this very moment still prevails and could at any time lash out with its terrible destruction anywhere else in the world.