A group of tourists arrive in Burkittsville, Maryland after seeing "The Blair Witch Project" to explore the mythology and phenomenon, only to come face to face with their own neuroses and possibly the witch herself.
Stephen Barker Turner,
14 years later, after the mysterious disappearance of three students in The Blair Witch Project. Looks like the village of Burkittsville is still haunted by the local legend. We are in ... See full summary »
Satirizing (quite obviously) the original independent hit "The Blair Witch Project", "The Blair Witch Rejects" chronicles the misadventures of an inept Beverly Hills producer who believes ... See full summary »
Jerry A. Vasilatos
Bristling with equipment, two enthusiastic local access cable TV producers recruit an assistant and venture into a forest in search of the mythical and horrifying Jersey Devil. Days later, ... See full summary »
Losers by day -- ghost hunters by night. From the garage of his unapproving mother's home, Ken Livingston leads a team of supernatural investigators in a search for truth, justice and ... See full summary »
A group of teenagers from Flint, Michigan filmed themselves kidnapping and terrorizing a new acquaintance, before taking her out to a woods and dumping her in a shallow grave. They then ... See full summary »
The uncensored investigation into disappearances of the three film-makers in 1994. See interviews with friends and family of the three film-makers, and learn the entire mythology of the Blair Witch, including a news reel interview with Rustin Parr! Written by
Derec Avery <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In Daniel Stern's follow-up book, 'Blair Witch Project: A Dossier', a white witch reveals that the stick-figures were a warning. When Heather cut one of them down, she set the stage for Josh's disappearance. See more »
Men in the crowd at the hanging of Rustin Parr in 1941 are wearing straw boaters, hats that were fashionable in the 1920s. See more »
I thought this was going to be another stupid documentary about witches or something from the history channel. It blew me away. The producers of the film (who also made this) are to be commended. They make it all seem very believable (and dig those cheesy clips from the '40s and some of the "eyewitnesses".) Now I wish I could see it. As Criswell would say, "Could you prove it didn't happen? God help us in the future."
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