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Every rustle of a tree branch or gentle breeze caused audience members to flinch and gasp as the ordinary occurrences took on a sinister turn thanks to The Blair Witch Project.
"The Blair Witch Project at a Secret Location is sure to scare and thrill and don't forget 'The first rule about fight club is: you do not talk about fight club' so you'll just have to get along and participate...
The Blair Witch Project was released in summer 1999.
Eye eye: The Blair Witch Project took $248 million YOU HEAR SCREAMING?
When The Blair Witch Project was released it shocked audiences who believed they were watching a real documentary.
James Donahue (James Allen McCune) is haunted by the disappearance of his sister Heather, whose chilling final moments were documented in footage from October 1994 that became The Blair Witch Project.
For more than 20 years, James Donahue (James Allen McCune) has been haunted by the disappearance of his sister Heather, whose chilling final moments were documented in footage from October 1994 that became The Blair Witch Project.
For more than 20 years, James Donahue (James Allen McCune) has been haunted by the disappearance of his sister, Heather, whose chilling final moments were documented in footage from October, 1994, that became The Blair Witch Project.
To this day, many films still use viral marketing to promote the movie ("Cloverfield," "Super 8") but none have been as successful as "The Blair Witch Project's" campaign.
That's what the people behind The Blair Witch Project should have done.
CLOVERFIELD (5*, Friday, 9pm) THIS cross between Godzilla and The Blair Witch Project should keep viewers perched on the edge of their seats.
Fifteen years after "The Blair Witch Project," director Eduardo Sanchez makes a lackluster return to found-footage horror with the Bigfoot thriller "Exists." Eschewing the painfully slow-burning suspense and pseudo-realism that helped make "Blair Witch" a sleeper smash and genre touchstone, Sanchez's thoroughly conventional approach here does little to elevate a dismally generic script from frequent collaborator Jamie Nash.