José Luis Alemán's sequel to his own Spanish horror flick La herencia Valdemar, Inheritance Valdemar II: The Shadow Prohibited (or La Herencia Valdemar II: La Sombra Prohibida for you purists), will be opening in Spanish cinemas on January 28th; and we've got the trailer and more for you.
No word on the original film hitting the States just yet, but it's said to be arriving here sometime in 2011. In the interim dig on the goods for the sequel, including an incredible one-sheet, below courtesy of Abando Moviez.
4 days ago: Luisa Llorente, a farm appraiser, had the formidable task of going to evaluate the home of Lazarus Valdemar, but she's not been heard from. Two expeditions go out in search of her: first is Nicholas Tramel, a detective hired by Maximilian Colvin, head of Inmoverance, the company Luisa works for, and the other comprised of coworkers Ana and Eduardo, »
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