I grew up around the woods and swamps of Florida. For a long time, I had this idea of seeing a stick figure hanging from a tree and it creeped the hell out of me. The idea was that this film was put together later, using the footage they shot.
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Trailer Trash Thumb: A lot of kids were disappearing in the woods, all mysterious like. And people thought it might be David Copperfield. In a stage show, he took a llama and put it in a box.
Vic: A deer? I hate to break it to you but deers don't have dorsal fins or friggin' razor-sharp teeth. TV Shows.
Court TV -- Three centuries after the proceedings at Salem, a new witch trial is brewing. There will be no trips to the gallows this time, but the three stars of the low-budget blockbuster "The Blair Witch Project" are heading to court, claiming that the film's distributor Artisan Entertainment used their names and likenesses without permission in connection with the film's sequel, "Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2. In May, a judge denied Artisan's motion to have the suit dismissed, setting the stage for this Hollywood-style witch trial.
It is the fifth filmette in the Thumbs! Three filmmakers go into the woods to film a movie, they were never found. This is their surviving videotape.
It tells the fictional story of three student filmmakers— Heather DonahueMichael C. Williamsand Joshua Leonard —who hike in the Black Hills near Burkittsville, Maryland in to film a documentary about a local legend known as the Blair Witch. The three disappeared, but their equipment and footage is discovered a year later.