Dawn of the Crescent Moon

Dawn of the Crescent Moon

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5 college students travel to a small Texas town to research the Legend of Blood Lake -a folktale surrounding the massacre of a Comanche village by a company of Texas Rangers and the evil spirits who protect their sacred cache of gold lying beneath the surface of the lake.

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SYNOPSIS

5 college students travel to a small Texas town to research the Legend of Blood Lake -a folktale surrounding the massacre of a Comanche village by a company of Texas Rangers and the evil spirits who protect their sacred cache of gold lying beneath the surface of the lake. Upon their arrival, a crusty old bartender named Cyrus (Barry Corbin) warns them to leave, but when they are approached by a beautiful local girl named Dawn, they instead set up their camp on the shore of the lake… One by one, they come face-to-face with the legend itself and their journey becomes a fight to survive…


TECH SPECS

Runtime: 95 minutes
Format: 1:85 Flat
Sound: Dolby SR
Genre: Mystery/Horror
Country: USA
Language: English
Website: www.DawnoftheCrescentMoon.com



AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY

Winner for Best Actress — Action on Film International Film Festival
Winner for Best Ensemble Cast — Action on Film International Film Festival
Winner for Best Suspense/Thriller — World Fest- Houston
Winner for Best ScreenPlay — World Fest- Houston

“charming performance from veteran actor Barry Corbin”
-Horrorscreams Videovault

Dawn of the Crescent Moon – Exclusive Artwork Premiere
-DreadCentral.com

Another Texas massacre in “DAWN OF THE CRESCENT MOON”
-Fangoria.com

“…a good movie with an unexpected plot”
-TalentMonthly.com

Exclusive Interview with Actress and Producer Tracey Birdsall
-DreadCentral.com

“Performances are good, with familiar face Barry Corbin…”
-HK and Cult Film News

“I was pleasantly surprised by Dawn of the Crescent Moon… the ghostly resolution of both the characters’ past issues and Blood Lake’s curse are fairly smart”
-The Horror Hothouse

“…an attractive movie to look at. Its images are crisp and clear and the sound is impressive”
-RedCarpetCrash.com