Sunday, February 5, 2017


Blair Witch Movie Review

Years after his sister Heather went missing in the woods of Burkittsville, Maryland, James Donahue (James Allen McCune of The Walking Dead) enlists the help of his girlfriend (Callie Hernandez), his best friend and his girlfriend (Brandon Scott and Corbin Reid), and two strangers (Valorie Curry and Wes Robinson)...

Not THAT Wes Robinson!

...who posted alleged evidence to Heather's case online--naturally, every person has at least one camera to document the entire outing. Fans of the original Blair Witch Project will recognize everything going on in this movie, to the point it almost feels like a remake of the original film--if not for the fact that they are looking for a character from the first film, it could have easily been mistaken for such. The crew finds sticks and stones, walk around in circles, hear strange noises, end up in a house in the end--sound familiar? The acting is fair, and the characters are actually somewhat likable, but the problems with this film, unfortunately, outweigh this. The movie lacks any of the real feeling of the first film, there is virtually no suspense built up, and, worst of all, it lacks anything scary. This too little, too late sequel (actually the third film in the series, but we'll pretend the second one doesn't exist) fails to, in any way, live up to its predecessor, and is ultimately just an average horror flick.

On A Scale Of One To Ten: 5

Blair Witch Movie Trailer

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