I watched it because I've heard it mentioned a thousand times. I figured, it must be pretty influential if everyone talks about it. In particular, folks always bring up the fact that it spawned this whole genre of home-movie-style camera work (that may or may not make you nauseous). Although I appreciate the creativity and risk-taking of trying something so new and making it work in the mainstream film world, I just wasn't that into this movie. I expected it to be a little more thrilling. It's suspenseful, sure, but I don't see it as exciting and once was enough. I have to give props to the cast, however; particularly the female character's change in personality as the tale progressed. If you've never seen it, it couldn't hurt to give it a go. I just wouldn't pay more than a Redbox rental myself.
I first saw this movie back when I was a teenager, and thought it was ok, back then. Just watched it again the other night, free on Prime, and was feeling pretty much the same way. It does have some eerie parts, but mostly ehh... Pretty much, some old teens or early twenties kids, attempting to make a documentary on the legend or myth of the Blair Witch, in Maryland and never return home again. The entire movie is filmed as a documentary by these kids (as if it is there actual footage found, telling the story), but with plenty of details covering the whole story. If you never saw it, check it out when you have time, perhaps, if you are going camping, or better yet, while camping!! Other than that,.. don't venture into haunted woods and get lost with no plans!
This is one of the top three all time best horror films. This is low budget, but it gives it such a realistic feel to it all. The whole story of the Blair Witch is fantastic. The cd gives a terrific extra which is basically the background behind the Blair Witch. The guys that created this for a total of $100,000 (this is what I heard these guys say on the radio in an interview with Howard Stern) somehow thought it was great to get $1,000,000 for their efforts. Little did they know it would go on to make $250 million!!! They must have felt like the guy that sold the idea for Velcro for $50,000!! Great movie. Heather Donahue poured her heart into this. Enjoy.
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