Middle Eastern Bermuda Triangles And The Translated Trailer To 1
Feb 03, 2009 13:08
Finally, we can understand the new and gorgeous trailer to Pater Sparrow's 1, inspired by Stanislaw Lem's One Human Minute. Plus: Who knew there was another Bermuda Triangle? Check out the trailer to Objective.
The Objective The Objective by writer-director Daniel Myrick follows a pack of soldiers as they stumble into an area of the desert that messes with their minds and bodies.
Synopsis: A decade after The Blair Witch Project successfully dissuaded many would-be campers from venturing out into the woods, one of its co-creators is back with a similarly unsettling descent into the unknown. In the supernatural thriller The Objective, writer-director Daniel Myrick locates the action in a remote mountain region of Afghanistan, where a team of US Special Ops forces is dispatched with the ostensible orders of locating an influential Muslim cleric. While on the mission they find themselves lost in a Middle Eastern 'Bermuda Triangle' of ancient evil and faced with an enemy that none of them could have imagined.
Grace Collider has a collection of clips from Paul Solet's evil undead baby movie Grace, apparently the flies kind of come with the dead baby package.
1 And finally the English subtitled trailer for 1. Hooray! We are so excited about this beautiful (slightly NSFW) foreign film that takes place after a famous book store's merchandise is "transformed" and the entire store and workers are researched by the Bureau for Paranormal Research (RDI Reality Defense Institute). Hopefully, the movie will contain a lot of the "big ideas" that are prevalent in Lem's work (even if it is just in inspiration).
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