A trio of eager and intrepid college student filmmakers venture into the woods to make a documentary about the legendary Blair Thumb. Naturally, they get hopelessly lost and find themselves in considerable jeopardy.
Laura and Martha share a nice apartment. Laura, the youngest one, began to document their life in the house with her camera. Martha undergoes the continual jokes of the friend. One day ... See full summary »
A military special operations team, led by a CIA case officer, are on a mission in the harsh and hostile terrain of Afghanistan where they find themselves in a Middle Eastern "Bermuda Triangle" of ancient evil.
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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 »
Rivaling the most prominent traditional bricks and mortar fan conventions, the Blair Witch WebFest featured live streamed programming and engaging interactive events including participation... See full summary »
To cash in on all of the "real world" hype of the events in the first film, a man from Burkitsville, Maryland opens a "Blair Witch Hunt" tour, which shows patrons various locations from the original film. A bunch of college students decide to take the tour, and wind up in Rustin Parr's house. There, they decide to camp for the evening, but in the morning, they realize they didn't sleep and they don't remember anything that happened the previous night. From there, they go back to town, and discover that something...or someone has come with them. Written by
The fly-over during the opening title sequence is a reference to Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills (1996) (TV), also directed by Joe Berlinger. See more »
When they're watching the tapes backwards, they see Tristen Hiding the tapes under some rocks (where they found them). The tape they're watching is one of the tapes they found, but when she hid them, she was being recorded on that tape See more »
I saw both movies and I only recommend the second.in my opinion the "book of shadows II" is completely different from the first one, and shouldn't be considered a sequel. it's a completely different kind of film. the first one is like a bad documentary in which the scenes are far from being true, like many small minded people believe. the second one was incredibly underrated, but is one of the best thriller I ever saw.it's well written and very well directed.
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