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DVD Releases: Oct. 13, 2009: The Stepfather Has an Oral Fixation to Drag Me to Hell

Another great selection of DVDs hits store shelves this week (it's obviously October!) including one of the year's most fun films, Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell; the long-awaited Richard Stanley classic Hardware; Blu-rays of The Craft, Killer Movie, and Midnight Movie; and for the Robert Pattinson completists there's The Haunted Airman, a BBC television movie that was filmed five years ago and aired in the UK in 2006.

IFC Films Horror Trailer Blow-out

In the mood for a look at some killer upcoming indie horror films? You know that you are! The good folks at IFC Films hit us off with several new trailers from their genre catalogue, some of which are available for your viewing pleasure right now On Demand!

Reach Your Objective on IFC

One of the more interesting films to cross my path thus far this year is Daniel Myrick's The Objective, which pits a group of Special Ops soldiers led by a CIA operative against a sort of "Bermuda Triangle of ancient evil" in the Afghan desert.

Objective, The


 Year  Country
  • Year: 2009
  • Country: USA
  •  Run Time   MPAA Rating
     
     Category  Color
  • Category: Feature
  • Color type: Colo
  •  Director
  • Director: Daniel Myrick
  •  Writer(s)
     Starring
     Sub Genre
  • Sub Genre: Mystery
  •  Keywords
     Themes
  • Themes: War
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    Plot Synopsis:

    A group of Special Ops Reservists on a mission in the harsh and hostile terrain of Afghanistan find themselves lost in a Middle Eastern "Bermuda Triangle" of ancient evil.


    Reviews:
  • Objective, The (2008)

  • Interviews:
  • Myrick, Dan (The Objective)

  • News:
    DVD Releases: Oct. 13, 2009: The Stepfather Has an Oral Fixation to Drag Me to Hell
    IFC Films Horror Trailer Blow-out
    Reach Your Objective on IFC
    Trailer, Poster & Stills for The Objective
    IFC Nabs Dead Snow, Objective Release Set
    Full NYC Horror Fest Schedule!
    Fantasia 2008: The First Week
    Tribeca Horrors 2008: The Objective
    Daniel Myrick Plans The Objective

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    http://www.objectivethemovie.com/


    Trailer, Poster & Stills for The Objective

    IFC Films has released the final poster and trailer for The Objective (review), the new film from Blair Witch co-director Daniel Myrick. IFC will have the film in theaters starting February 4, 2009, with expansion planned starting in March. Check out the poster, trailer, and a batch of stills below!

    IFC Nabs Dead Snow, Objective Release Set

    Finally some horror news is coming out of this year’s Sundance, namely the word that Dead Snow has been picked up for distribution by IFC Films.

    Full NYC Horror Fest Schedule!

    We just got the final lowdown from the guys behind this year’s New York City Horror Film Festival with the first look at their full schedule! The festival runs from November 12th–16th this year, and there’s some great stuff on the schedule. Check it out below, and then head to the official NYC Horror Film Festival site to get your tickets! Tribeca Cinemas (54 Varick St. @ Canal) Thursday, Nov. 13th

    Fantasia 2008: The First Week

    As I mentioned in my opening soiree blog for this year’s Fantasia Festival, it’s been a tough one without my compadre Evil Andy. Fantasia is not a situation where one can be semi-committal – any given time of day where other obligations tie you down can lead to a cinematic masterpiece (or disasterpiece) slipping through your fingers.

    Objective, The (2008)

    Reviewed by Paul McCannibal Starring Michael C. Williams, Sam Hunter, Jeff Prewett, Jon Huertas Directed by Daniel Myrick

    Tribeca Horrors 2008: The Objective

    Just like our extensive and exhausting (on our side, at least) coverage from last year (read it all right here), we’re compiling as much info as we can for the horror offerings at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, going down in NYC this April 23rd – May 4th!

    Daniel Myrick Plans The Objective

    This week we were invited to talk to Blair Witch co-director and Otis (review) producer Dan Myrick about his upcoming projects.

    Myrick, Dan (The Objective)

    You can't deny the fact that the first time you saw The Blair Witch Project you knew the people behind it were going places in the industry. One of them, Dan Myrick, has a new film