A group of tourists arrives in Burkittsville, Maryland after seeing The Blair Witch Project (1999) to explore the mythology and phenomenon, only to come face to face with their own neuroses and possibly the witch herself.
Stephen Barker Turner,
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The tunnel was fifty feet long and featured tight spots crafted to Callie's shoulder width, giving it it's extremely claustrophobic look. One camera operator had a panic attack and had to be replaced for the scene. When Callie became stuck, two other people were in the tunnel with her; one was holding her legs so she couldn't move forward, and the other was in front of her filming. See more »
When the group first uses the drone, their conversation can be heard all the way up as high as the drone goes, while simultaneously, no sound from the drone itself can be heard. In later instances of drone footage, we can only hear the drone's own sound created by it's blades and it sounds rather loud. See more »
Watching the new version of Blair Witch. . . . . major YAWN. . The build up of the original setup the scare for the rest of the movie. . YAWN again. This movie has no build up and is comprised of "scares" derived from AHS "Roanoke"and adds a touch of 80's horrors like Nightmare on Elm Street or Hallowe'en or Friday 13th by adding college-age hotties making out in tents. . YAWN again . . . and none of that is even done well. If you're looking for a good scare with less than great-action. . . I'd still suggest you. . . . YAWN again SKIP THIS MOVIE! Or don't but please, please, don't pay to see this. It's drivel for the sake of drivel and does not even come close to the original. It comes off like a college-thesis-remake movie and I can't believe any major movie company PAID to have this crap made. The sound effects are dead-awful, including some really bad two-way radio static that was louder than any of the voices "communicated." This movie was bad on all levels from sound to cinematography. If there is a REAL Blair Witch, let's hope she "takes care of" anyone associated with this waste of time!
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