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Sci-Fi film "Dead Souls Black" and Supernatural film "The Blackest Days 2" coming out in 2013
Korea Black Productions has green lit several films to come out over the next four years. "Dead Souls Black", "The Blackest Days 2" and "Primal Gods" are three of the eight films scheduled for production.
PRLog - Dec. 10, 2012 - Las Vegas, Nevada -- Korea Black Productions will be releasing eight films over the next four years. The first of which is a science fiction horror film called "Dead Souls Black". It stars acting newcomer Ryan Andrew Smith as a tormented mercenary soldier named Cyrus Mack. Smith was also the star of the supernatural gangster film "The Blackest Days", which was distributed by twistflix.com and released this past October 31st, 2012. He will reprise his role as the notorious gang leader Issac Gaines. When "The Blackest Days 2: The Devil's Tears" goes into production in the fall of 2013. In 2014 "Dead Souls Black 2: Darkness of the Sun" and "The Blackest Days 3: Darker Than Black" will go into production. "The Blackest Days 3" film will be the third and final chapter of the supernatural gangster saga. This will make way for a brand new story line from Korea Black Productions called "Primal Gods". "Primal Gods" is the story of a WWII soldier named Jacob Ares. The story deals with Ares being sent to Japan, to carry out a suicide mission, to end the war. But a strange turn of events prevents him from carrying out his mission and during the heat of battle, Ares is mysteriously transported to a different dimension. The "Primal Gods" storyline will be continued in the following sequels "Primal Gods 2: The Most Vicious Sleep" and "Primal Gods 3: Man of War". The first and second films will be produced and released in 2015. The third film is slated for production and distribution in 2016. 2015 will also see the release of "Dead Souls Black 3: Kingdom Come". This will be the third chapter of the series and bring the story to a close.
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