The Blair Witch Project
Horror • R • 1999 • 1 hr 21 min
It’s too bad people think they are too cool for this movie. It was a unique sensation then and is still great now.
The OG found footage movie holds up exceptionally well. The marketing for this movie was ingenious too.
Decent found footage inception movie that started the whole genre. Not that scary overall and more atmospheric horror than anything else.
First of its kind, this movie paved the way for many more, good and bad. I’m not normally terrified after movies, but I was with this one.
One of the scariest movies where nothing actually happens. It’s crazy how frightening they made this in such a low budget
Horrifying fake doc that feels real because of the raw emotion from its limited but very good cast, great use of low-budget filmmaking
Subtly creepy and an undeniable horror pop culture Goliath. BWP walked so other movies could run. Forces your mind to fill in the horror.
Nothing beats the OG found-footage horror flick. A terrifying and disturbing gem to this day.
The inaugural found footage! The initial marketing campaign was so good that many people still believe it happened.
Good film for its time. Story was very interesting and mysterious. Definitely started a genre for future movies.
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.
Young adults become fascinated by the events of the three missing filmmakers in Maryland, so they decide to go into the same woods and find out what really happened.
Students on a camping trip discover something sinister is lurking beyond the trees.