Summary: Despite the slow start to the Blair Witch, the film builds into a suspenseful horror film that brings hand-held filming to life. The growing odd experiences and inner and outer character turmoil makes the film stick long after the screening is over.
Excerpt: One of the absolute most negatively viewed blu ray releases to date is the 1999 horror hit 'The Blair Witch Project'. The audio and video have been panned by most, with a consensus of many to just stick with the DVD version. I myself have to disagree.
Summary: Three young stupid filmmakers set out to investigate the legend of the Blair Witch in the town of Burkittsville, Maryland. This movie is really slow and not scary at all. the movie is better then other bad found footage films at they but this movie is still bad.
Excerpt: I paid three bucks to see this movie at the theaters when it came out and i still wanted my oney back... WHat was this ... a high school project.. I mean at the end when it finally starts getting a little interesting then bam credits..
Summary: This movie was important for the "found-footage" genre, but was very weak and not scary at all. I still have no idea what I watched and found it to be shallow and quite stupid. I am jealous that these people made as much money as they did on this film.
Summary: A real victory of hype over quality. The acting is poor, there is little suspense (I'm sorry, but what exactly is scary about piles of twigs) and it's basically a straight rip off of the earlier and better The Last Broadcast.
Excerpt: I picked this up for $4.99 at best buy, which is a great deal for this little horror gem. The movie is rather slow in the beginning but get's really creepy and weird during the final 25 minutes.
Excerpt: The Blair Witch Project is arguably the most influential film in the "found footage" sub genre. It's the classic story about a group of naive (and stupid) college students who venture into the woods in search of the Blair Witch, a mythical entity that haunted Rustin Parr, a child serial killer.
Summary: I admit that I only made it through the first hour of the movie because my head was hurting so much for the shaking camera and screaming from the terrible characters. I wanted to strangle all three college kids and ask them why the hell they were standing around bickering the entire time if they...