If you're looking for a new pre-made adventure to add to your library so you can just grab it and get playing whenever you need, you might want to check out Jungle Tomb of the Mummy Bride. It's a new adventure for Dungeon Crawl Classics and D&D that is up on Kickstarter now.
From the campaign:
Tales of the accursed pyramid and the trap-filled tomb of the infamous Mummy Bride have long been a traveler’s tale, passed along by wayward explorers and greedy plunderers alike. Deep within the verdant jungles of the south, amidst a Green Hell of impenetrable jungle, bloodthirsty cannibals and ancient myth, lies the shattered remnants of a once-powerful civilization and the terrible gods who ruled over them. Rumors swirl of untold riches and un-plundered magic for those brave (or foolish!) enough to claim it. Will your players survive… and what will be left of them?
Inspired by the pulp weird fantasy of Gary Gygax's infamous Appendix N, Jungle Tomb of the Mummy Bride is designed for a group of four to six 3rd level characters. The adventure can be used for campaign play and as a one-shot non-competitive module, but also works equally well as a tournament scenario.
The Dungeon Crawl Classics compatible edition of Jungle Tomb of the Mummy Bride is now available for the first time in print as both a Collector's Edition hardcover and softcover adventure scenario, identical in tone and feel to all those classic DCC modules we've all come to know and love. The PDF edition can be purchased separately, and is free with either of the print editions.
... but that's not all! We're also making our previous 5th edition version of the module available again to those who are big fans of the 5E ruleset. With a variety of reward tiers, you can choose which ruleset you want your players to explore the Mummy Bride's ancient ziggurat in.
The campaign's more than 3x funded with 20 days left to go.