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The Blair Witch Project


Heather Donahue, Michael C. Williams, Joshua Leonard, Bob Griffith View All


Daniel Myrick (Director), Daniel Myrick (Writer), Eduardo Sánchez (Director), Eduardo Sánchez (Writer) View All

Release: Jul. 14th, 1999
Runtime: 1 hour, 21 minutes
In October of 1994 three student filmmakers disappeared in the woods near Burkittsville, Maryland, while shooting a documentary. A year later their footage was found.
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With a bit more effort and time it could have been a decent horror film, instead it set an infamous example, resulting in dozens of films shaking the camera like a Spanish instrument, and shouting out loud; "Hey look, we made a found footage horror, isnt this great?".
Set in the quaint Maryland town of Burkittsville deep within its foreboding woods, The Blair Witch Project is a terrifying first-hand account of primordial terror that is my personal favorite horror film of all time.
Of course, things predictably go wrong (between the film's rep and the opening disclaimer, it's pretty obvious that they're not going to succeed at making their film) and soon enough the trio find their seemingly simple journey into the woods complicated not just by their inexperience and interperso....
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