Artisan Entertainment released The Blair Witch Project to theaters on July 30, 1999. Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez direct the film which stars Heather Donahue, Michael C. Williams, and Joshua Leonard.
‘The Blair Witch Project’ Synopsis
The film opens like the lead in to a joke: three filmmakers go into the woods. However, there is not a lot that is funny about this film. And probably not much in this summary. We are introduced to the film that in October of 1994, three students disappeared into the woods near the small town of Burkittsville, Maryland while they were shooting a documentary about the legendary Blair Witch. And by legendary, we mean legendary like Flash Gordon, or Indiana Jones, or even Ronald Reagan. A work of complete fiction legendary — much like Regan’s hair.
A year after their disappearance, the footage of their documentary was found. The Blair Witch Project is the fictional release of their film. The three students, hippie Josh, asshole Mike, and controlling know it all bitch Heather, travel to Burkitsville, formerly the town of Blair, and interview the local yocals about the Blair Witch. The Blair Witch is the spirit of Elly Kedward, a witch who was hung by some undoubtedly god fearing people in the 18th century.read full summary
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