Daniel Myrick, the creator of The Blair Witch Project, brings supernatural horror to the mysterious and deadly mountains of Afghanistan, in The Objective. On October 13th, IFC Films will release The Objective on DVD, and to celebrate the release, FilmFetish is giving away three release copies to readers.
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The creator of The Blair Witch Project brings supernatural horror to the mysterious and deadly mountains of Afghanistan, in The Objective.
A decade after he helped changed the face of horror films with the sleeper smash hit The Blair Witch Project, Daniel Myrick brings scary to a whole new level in The Objective, an otherworldly shocker set during the very real war in Afghanistan. It’s two months after 9/11, and a CIA operative is sent with a U.S. Special Forces squad on a secret mission to find a Muslim cleric believed to have ties to a deadly cache of weapons of mass destruction. The assignment takes the team deep into mountainous and hostile Taliban territory, where they find themselves lost in a Middle Eastern “Bermuda Triangle” of ancient evil, fighting an enemy they cannot decipher or comprehend.
Director: Daniel Myrick
Writer: Wesley Clark, Daniel Myrick, Mark A. Patton
Cast: Jonas Ball, Matthew R. Anderson, Jon Huertas, Michael C. Williams, Sam Hunter, Jeff Prewett, Kenny Taylor, Chems-Eddine Zinoune, Qzaibar Allal, Hammou Abaou, Rkia Chkaroll, Ibtihal Iataren, El Hayrani Lekbir, P. David Miller, Vanessa Johansson