The Blair Witch Project
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|Synopsis:||A Sundance Film Festival favorite, this low-budget horror film turned out to be the most successful indie ever, thanks to heavy (and savvy) market promotion. In 1994, a three-person film crew heads into the Black Hills region of Maryland to document a local legend about a demonic apparition. They vanish, but a year later their film footage is found and this amateurish, black and white footage makes up what the audience sees. Largely improvisational, the film manages a palpable sense of dread and claustrophobia, while being (deliberately) technically crude. However, the herky-jerky camera movements made a number of viewers physically sick and an equal number found the would-be theatrics boring.|
|Directed by:||Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sanchez|
|Producer(s):||Inc. Artisan Pictures|
|Cast:||Michael Williams, Heather Donahue, Joshua Leonard|