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BLAIR WITCH REVIEWED “Blair Witch” is the end result of the horror community overdosing on member berries. While there is a degree of novelty in remember horror roots, the path to true terror is always moving forward. The 1999 original film knew this, so why revisit the film? Why try to do what Berlinger couldn’t accomplish? The cult of Adam Wingard continues to confuse me. While a few of this film have impressed me, I...
October 9, 20162 min

BLAIR WITCH REVIEWED

“Blair Witch” is the end result of the horror community overdosing on member berries. While there is a degree of novelty in remember horror roots, the path to true terror is always moving forward. The 1999 original film knew this, so why revisit the film? Why try to do what Berlinger couldn’t accomplish?

The cult of Adam Wingard continues to confuse me. While a few of this film have impressed me, I don’t get the fandom push for his indie approach. There are other directors nailing down that horror feel in a way that evades this movie. Did we really need to see a recap of the first film with a timeline that doesn’t mesh in terms of human comprehension? I get the early excitement due to people seeing the film early at San Diego Comic Con. But, those people are high if they think this film works.

FILM STATS

  • 1 hr and 29 mins
  • R
  • Lionsgate

RELEASE DATE: 9/16/16

  • 26%
    Film Score - 26%
26%

The Plot Thus Far

After discovering a video showing what he believes to be his sister’s experiences in the demonic woods of the Blair Witch, James and a group of friends head to the forest in search of his lost sibling.

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