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The Mummy Gets Resurrected, The Creature Returns, and the Dead Raid as Part of the Still Night Monster Movies

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.

The Mummy Resurrected In New Artwork and Trailer

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!

Dracula Reborn in New Artwork and Trailer

We first told you about Halcyon International Pictures preparing a slate of low budget movies based on classic movie monsters under the "Famous Monsters of Filmland" banner in 2010, but over the years things have changed a bit! Read on for the latest details.

See Dracula Get Reborn in the Trailer

Back in May we reported on the announcement that Halcyon International Pictures was preparing a slate of low budget movies based on classic movie monsters under the "Famous Monsters of Filmland" banner.

On Day 2 War of the Worlds Will Meet 28 Days Later

While looking up some info about another movie, I happened upon a listing on the website of Halcyon International Pictures for a new, low budget, post-apocalyptic flick called Day 2 that from its trailer appears to be about survivors banding together to fight off a zombie infection following an all-out invasion of planet Earth by extraterrestrials in rolling gyroscopes.

Alien Uprising (2009)

Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Rebecca Kush, Steve Deighan, Amelia Randolph Campbell, Jeffrey Plunkett, Ivory Aquino Directed by Andrew Bellware Distributed by Maverick Entertainment Group

Alien Uprising Scheduled for August

Just because it's the 21st Century doesn't mean there is no longer room for movies that shamelessly riff on the Alien films. They were a hallmark of sci-fi cinema back in the Eighties and well into the Nineties. Now here we are in the Zeroes, and this August there will be an Alien Uprising.

Something Familiar About This Alien Uprising

Correct me if I'm wrong but aren't we mere days away from the start of 2009? Isn't it a little late in the game to be producing blatant knock-offs of the Alien movies?