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'Exists' is Still the Greatest Bigfoot Film Ever Shot!

Written by: Tom Baio

In 1999, director & co-writer Eduardo Sanchez struck independent film gold with the release of The Blair Witch Project. The movie redefined how frightening being lost in the woods can be & launched the now common “found footage” genre (consisting of the entire story being shot on hand-held camera). 638 more words

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Griffin's Ghost (USA, 2017)

‘Choose your friends wisely.’

Griffin’s Ghost is a 2017 American horror film directed by Eduardo Sánchez (Exists; Lovely MollyThe Blair Witch Project… 132 more words

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Angel Grace Worldwide Handling 'Griffin's Ghost' From Horror Director Eduardo Sánchez

Angel Grace Worldwide announced Saturday that it will be handling upcoming horror/psychological thriller “Griffin’s Ghost” from “The Blair Witch Project” co-director Eduardo Sánchez. AGW will be distributing the film from Nous Entertainment, and will be launching later this month at Cannes. 211 more words

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John’s Horror Corner: Exists (2014), found footage bigfoot folklore horror from the director of The Blair Witch Project (1999).

MY CALL: This is pretty straightforward. It’s an unsubtle, action-driven, found footage film about some vacationers who stumble across bigfoot in the woods.  MOVIES LIKE… 469 more words

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Podcast: The Eduardo Sanchez interview

18 YEARS AGO The Blair Witch Project was screened for the first time before a cinema audience.

Yep, you read that right. 

This classic film has grown up and reached adulthood. 230 more words

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The Blair Witch Project (1999)

“I’m scared to close my eyes. I’m scared to open them.”

This is another interesting inclusion and a very divisive film. Though if you’re going to claim that there are 1001 movies you need to see before you die, I would consider said list more of a sampler of important works and genres than a top tier list. 772 more words

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