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The Monster Project: Jersey Devil
NatGeo WILD
October 26, 2013

NatGeo WILD’s take on our favorite cryptid first aired on October 26, 2013, a mere five days before the publication of my splendid book (the book Amazon says “contains real page numbers”) and so I was unable to include it in my material on the epidemic of nonsense documentaries about the Jersey Devil that have been produced in the years since the movie… 1,084 more words

"It's just a film" - the effectiveness of The Blair Witch Project

I am a huge fan of ‘found footage’ films. I believe that this is a genre that has almost limitless potential with regard to giving each subgenre of creature or conspiracy films their own flagship work. 809 more words

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Ingenuity, inventiveness, and imagination - how to make a good found footage film

In the last few years, ‘found footage’ films have swept through the horror genre like a plague. Where once films like Cloverfield and Rec were rare gems that were cherished by their fans, works of this ilk are now a dime a dozen and, as quantity has risen, quality has plummeted. 1,195 more words

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EW Community Throwback Thursday: 'The Blair Witch Project'

Release Date: July 30, 1999

I’m not going to dance around it: The Blair Witch Project scared the sh-t out of me.

I’ll admit, I’m already a pretty jumpy human. 309 more words

My Blair Witch Project - Day 1 (gallery)

I don’t know if you remember this or not, but two years ago I edited a couple of photos to look like the Blair Witch Project and it was very successful! 466 more words

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Movie Mash Monday: Unfriended

 It’s been a year since the death of their friend Laura Barns who committed suicide in public after an embarrassing video of her appeared online. Whilst online, five friends learn some hard truths and secrets as a mysterious stranger enters their skype group. 458 more words

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Film review: The Blair Witch Project

This film revolutionised horror films with the film being recorded basically in 1st person. This made you feel as if you were in their position and made it all just that little bit more realistic! 227 more words