Post by BlairWitchProjectFan1 on Jun 29, 2015 14:45:22 GMT -6
The parts that scares me are the popping noises, when they find the stick men in the trees, when they're in the tent and run from the children, when Heather and Mike hear Josh screaming and the end- the house. Those are the parts that scare me in The Blair Witch Project.
I've been a fan of The Blair Witch Project since 2013, and I always will be.
(There's nothing wrong or stupid about The Blair Witch Project. It's a special film that requires special understanding).
There are some people out there that say The Blair Witch Project shouldn't be on scary movie lists. Bullshit. Blair Witch is scary.
You are 100% correct. The reason why people say it isn't scary anymore is because they're watching it in a lit room with a shit load of distractions. For me the movie is at its best when you are in a dark theatre, sometime in the fall, and you can be fully immersed in the film. Atmosphere matters when watching certain movies. If you throw it on Netflix in July on a sunny day while checking text messages... yeah... it won't be as effective...
Blair Witch Project isn't the scariest horror movie of all time IMO, but it is one of the best, I don't care what anyone says.
Post by lostinthewoods on Oct 28, 2018 16:41:31 GMT -6
I didn't like that it was a virus that was the cause, I usually don't like crazy killing movies by the way, I prefer feel good movies, my favourite and this is the one movie I can say I've received the most enjoyment from, is , get ready for it.... "Fried green tomatoes". My family and me used to watch it quite a bit back in 1991 when it was new. We were poor and used to watch it while we made and ate dinners of oven cooked cabbage stew with beef, and home made pies with canned salmon and potatoes and carrots, and apple pies with apples picked from the neighborhood.
Post by lostinthewoods on Nov 12, 2018 16:27:51 GMT -6
OMG fine! God! The theater in MY city is called the ODEON, and the one across the street is EMPIRE THEATERS and the on either went to in Thailand is called I can't remember, the one of two I went to in Amsterdam one was called THE MOVIES it's super old and I didn't understand anything cus the movie was in dutch, the theater I went to In Ireland in Dublin, one of two, is called the Savoy, can't recall the other one it's something that said ded like superplex or whatever, the one I went to Chelan Washington was called the Ruby, the one in Seattle was called superplex or something like that, but probably not, the one I went to in Hollywood, one of two was called the Chinese theater, the one in universal studios was called the universal City, the one I went to in Quebec was called something I can't remember, the other one near Port Angeles in Washington was called hang on I have the ticket stub in my pocket I can check....DPC but the rest of the ink is worn away, the theater I went to in New York, one of two was called battery Park, near world trade center, the other one was way down by the Bowery, the one in Vancouver was called I can't remember what it was called the one I went to further away from my city was called university hights, the one at the unviversity was called... I can't remember, the one I went to in Brooks Alberta was called the Oasis, the one I went to in moose jaw Saskatchewan was called I can't remember what it's called. I think that might be it. Yeah thats all the theaters I've been too. But I can't remember most of there names. OH! and the Sidney star Cinema!
Post by lostinthewoods on Nov 20, 2018 23:27:49 GMT -6
yes tenebris, i was on wikipedia researching it at a mcdonalds in new orleans across the street from my motel 6 i stayed at for four days before i travelled to georgia to county macon, then to juliette to the cafe.