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From Dusk Till Dawn 2
Texas Blood Money
From Dusk Till Dawn 2
Title: From Dusk Till Dawn 2
Texas Blood Money
Directed by: Scott Spiegel
Written by: Scott Spiegel; Boaz Yakin; Duane Whitaker
Produced by: Lawrence Bender; Robert Rodriguez; Quentin Tarantino; Michael S. Murphey; Gianni Nunnari; Meir Teper; Paul Raleigh; Elizabeth Avellán
Music by: Joseph Stanley Williams
Cinematography: Philip Lee
Edited by: Bob Murawski
Distributed by: Dimension Films
Released: March 16th, 1999
Rating: R
Running time: 88 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Budget: $5,000,000 [1]
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Next: From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter

From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money is an American action/horror film involving the subject of vampires. It is the second installment in the From Dusk Till Dawn trilogy and follows Robert Rodriguez' theatrically-released 1996 film From Dusk Till Dawn. The movie is followed by From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter, directed by P.J. Pesce. From Dusk Till Dawn 2 was directed by Scott Spiegel and released direct-to-video on March 16th, 1999. The movie was produced by Dimension Films and stars Robert Patrick, Bo Hopkins, Duane Whitaker, Muse Watson, Brett Harrelson and Danny Trejo.

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Production on From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money began on January 19th, 1998. This also happened to be the same day that Italian giallo director Dario Argento began filming his adaptation of Phantom of the Opera. Principal filming on From Dusk Till Dawn 2 concluded on March 8th, 1998. The movie was shot entirely in South Africa though the central setting of the film is clearly Texas. [1]

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From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money premieres on home video VHS format on March 16th, 1999. It was first released on DVD by Dimension Films on September 28th, 1999. This was the same day that MGM re-released Tom Holland's Child's Play on DVD. The movie was included with From Dusk Till Dawn as a special Miramax Films double-feature Blu-ray edition on May 15th, 2011. [2][3]

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