I always love it when you see an author who you knew years ago finally start to make it good. I first met Garry Charles in the good old days of The British Horror Novels forum, and I still remember reading his novel Death Tide while waiting to go into hospital to have my wrist fused. Garry has come a long way since then, something which makes me very happy.
The Day of The Mummy which stars one of my favourite actors Danny Glover has been written by Garry. I don't know about you, but I will be checking this out when it is released.
Welcome to Egypt, land of the Pharaohs. A place steeped in history and legend; Gods and spiritual guides; untold wealth - and the bone-cracking, blood-spilling guardians of its riches.
Jack Wells has arrived in Egypt in search of the famous diamond known as The Codix Stone. His journey leads him to the tomb of the cursed King Neferu, cursed not by name but by nature.
With his centuries-old slumber disturbed by timeless human greed, the King rises from the dead with a blood-lust that cannot be staunched and a raging fury that will shred flesh from bone, bringing terrible and tormented death to all who dare witness the Day of the Mummy.
Day of the Mummy stars Danny Glover, William McNamara, Andrea Monier and Nimi Adokiye Iketubosin. She just goes as Nimi now, perhaps for sake of brevity. The film is the sophomore directorial effort from Johnny Tabor (Eaters) and was written by Garry Charles, who has a number of shorts to his name.