Blair Witch is the most dangerous film in captivity. It's a no-excuses horror show with an emotional wallop like falling headlong into a bear trap. -- Minneapolis Star Tribune
The smash-hit that created the template for documentary-horror filmmaking, The Blair Witch Project was made with a miniscule budget and went on to become one of the most profitable movies of all time. At the time of its release The Blair Witch Project, which was advertised through an innovative Internet campaign of false news reports, was believed by many terrified fans to be the real-world remnant of a camping trip gone horribly awry. 1999, 35mm, 81 minutes.
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