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13 Days Of Horror: Day 2 - The Found Footage Sub-Genre

The found footage sub-genre is undoubtedly a misnomer as audiences will know that any footage found that depicts a horrendous series of events won’t be cut together to form a narrative and released into multiplexes, despite what any opening title cards might suggest. 1,371 more words


The Blair Witch Project: One of the Best Finale in Modern Horror

The very end of The Blair Witch Project is one of the best finales in modern horror. There’s no gut, there’s no CGI, and there’s no monster: you simply see a gentleman remaining in a corner, and it’s the most unnerving thing ever. 395 more words


#533 -- The Blair Witch Project (1999)

Rating: 2/10

Directed by: Daniel Myrick & Eduardo Sanchez

This movie is a big deal, for some reason. People love this movie, for some reason.  399 more words


31 Days of Horror 2014 - Day 6

The cats behind the whole Blair Witch phenomenon were viral before anyone even knew what viral was.

The whole marketing campaign behind the original Blair Witch Project was orchestrated so well with the film and legend being touted as genuine that even when the three leads of the movie, Heather Donahue, Joshua Leonard and Michael Williams, appeared on television and in print (very much alive and well) in support of the movie, people were still not convinced that the whole mythos was a work of fiction.  152 more words

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Witches in Film & TV

Today, I decided to focus on film and TV that deal with Witches. There are many, and my exposure to them is by no means complete, but I am including a short list and my extremely subjective viewpoints of them. 904 more words

Day #57: Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 (2000)

Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 (2000)


After the release of The Blair Witch Project, the town of Burkitsville becomes a hub of activity for tourists searching for the Blair Witch. 257 more words


Ode to Kali

I just found this post that I wrote about a year and a half ago and, for whatever reason, never posted.  After I read it to my husband and we both shed a few tears in memory of our Kali girl, I decide to go ahead and publish it. 522 more words

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