The Blair Witch Project (1999)
In October of 1994 three student filmmakers disappeared in the woods near Burkittsville, Maryland, while shooting a documentary. A year later their footage was found.
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I agree with another reviewer. This movie is soooo boring, it's just these 3 people wandering around the woods acting scared. You literally see nothing happening, just some moments where you think something is going to happen but then nothing, back to the 3 people being scared and breathing and crying into the camera. The hype for this movie is really when it was thought to have been based on a "true" documentary. Otherwise, it's really just pointless amateur video recording like the ones you do for drama class. I think "Naked and Afraid" is way more exciting, and I've never seen it, it just has to be because this is the most boring movie EVER.
What's is wrong with the lead female role?? She's so annoying. Her voice is so disturbing from the beginning till the end of the movie. Tbh, I actually like the movie, the fresh concept of the documentary-like, the story, the suspense, the tense that is created by the satanic ritual. It is actually a good movie and i am sure i can actually enjoy it if the lead female role is not so annoying. Her bossy character, her whining high-pitched voice is really annoying. And all the bad things happened to them is because of her. Really, if you have a friend with her character, you should consider to cut her off from your friend list.
For the most part, this film is just three hikers who get lost in a haunted forest and then suddenly disappear but there's absolutely nothing scary about it, we don't even get to see the Blair Witch in it's physical form. Majority of this film is just the three main characters arguing with each other back and forth until they disappear, I'll never understand how anyone can think this is one of the stronger found-footage syle films, because it's not. This movie is as weak as they come. Paranormal Activity 4 was a light year better than this crap.
When I first saw this pile of crap in the cinema I realised it's wasn't a real story at all but pure fiction, and I came out of the theatre feeling I had been cheated. Three well-fed, full grown-up healthy Americans get lost in a forest known to be the home of a witch, then they go hysterical the moment night comes up and they can't get out of there because they lost their bearings?... They are living in the 20th century, not in the Middle Ages! And also because they are investigating the ancient legend they start panicking and screaming at each other and breaking down? What are they made of? What a bunch of sissies. The characters are so irritating -I hate that girl, I could strangle her- and look so lousy, scruffy, smelly, just like a bunch of homeless lice-ridden dope-smoking addicts... I didn't feel sorry for them at all. I actually enjoyed their suffering, honest. I wonder when was the last time those pigs took a shower before going out into the forest.