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326 Ratings

Blair Witch

Directed by Adam Wingard
United States, 2016
Horror, Thriller

Synopsis

A group of college students on a camping trip discover they are not alone. A sequel to the infamous The Blair Witch Project.

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Blair Witch Directed by Adam Wingard
There’s a superfluity of recording devices, including mounted body and surveillance cams; old-school mini DV; and even a drone, none of which pay off in any clever or satisfying way; rather the ability to cut all of the variously captured footage together into a straight-forward, almost classical shot-reverse-shot narrative only underlines the filmmakers’ lack of imagination. Blair Witchby necessity requires a series of strict limitations; otherwise it’s only a movie.
September 16, 2016
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The cast acquits itself naturally enough for the faux-vérité proceedings, but director Adam Wingard and writer Simon Barrett, longtime collaborators heretofore best known for 2011 breakout You’re Next, don’t quite succeed in bringing any of these characters to life. Wingard seems to have expended a lot more energy in devising the film’s marvelously glitchy visual scheme, the unintended result being that it’s the gadgets, and not the people themselves, that often seem to be truly imperiled here.
September 15, 2016
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If nothing else, “Blair Witch,” a so-so new entry in the found-footage freakout subgenre, suggests that the gimmicky franchise resuscitation is not strictly the domain of the major studios. But to be fair, it’s also one of the few examples of this dispiriting trend that does, from time to time, elicit your admiration for the cheeky inventiveness of the filmmaking instincts on display.
September 15, 2016
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