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I'm not saying Halcyon International's Still Night Monster Movies have been slow to materialize but they're just now getting around to the second, third, and fourth films in the series and I'm fairly certain I first reported on these way back in 2010.
Dracula Reborn was the film that launched Halcyon International's attempt to recapture the old school magic of classic monsters movies with their "Still Night Monster Movies" label. Let's just say it came and went with little fanfare. Not entirely the fault of the film seeing as how Halcyon doesn't really do much to help promote their films.
I'm about to tell you about three new films they have coming out but I can't tell you who wrote, directed, or stars in (with one exception) any of them because the company doesn't bother with such matters on their website.
So the second film in the series is The Mummy Resurrected. »
The first sales artwork and trailer for the second feature under the "Still Night Monster Movie Series," The Mummy Resurrected, have arrived; and you can almost smell the cease and desist coming for the poster. Check it out!
Also coming in the "Still Night Monster Movie Series" will be several more films whose titles stick to the formula of naming a monster and then coupling it with an action word that begins with the letter "R."
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The Mummy Resurrected revolves around a team of archaeologists who discover an ancient mummy, unleashing a deadly curse from its eternal tomb.
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