2013: The Eye of D'Nile

Karaan will rise again ...

Over three thousand years ago, the gods Hosus, Isus and Osirus sealed the malevolent deity Karaan outside of time and space. But when the stars align and everything falls into place, once every several millennia, a window opens to the Sealed Realm, allowing the evil trapped inside to escape.

Professor Reginald Nolan (James Croker) has been attempting to break the mysteries of Karaan’s tomb for decades. However, with the help of his daughter Georgina (Nicole Ryan) and her dashing, heroic, maybe/maybe-not boyfriend Roger (Chris Wilson), the Professor will get closer than ever before. But all is not as it seems: the Professor’s seemingly faithful servants Ruma and Ra’an (Matt Austin, John Gibbons) have other ideas about who exactly can enter the tomb, and Egyptian antiquities master Akram (Neil Smith) and soothsayer Lytia (Julie Ryan) give grave warnings, cautioning all to stay away. Having been on the hunt for as long as he has, however, the Professor is determined, and begrudgingly accepts the help of his Australian-Idol-wannabe cook Mrs Scragg (Margaret Kanaley), as well as Georgina’s besties Helen, Mary and Sarah (Jane Davis, Megan Callow, Marie Knight).

Their journey will take them from Australia, to the depths of the African jungle where they will meet natives (Jock Hamilton, Bill Muller, David Carter, Bob Callow), and finally to Qatal, where the villagers (Wendy Goff, Kay Bird, Glenne Robertson) sit unknowingly atop the tomb of Karaan.

But what lies inside the tomb? Well, when the conditions are perfect, there’s a window to the Sealed Realm, where Karaan himself (Nick Belling) is waiting to be released …