Book of Shadows - Blair Witch 2 (DVD + CD)

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This completely second-rate follow-up to the groundbreaking (and highly successful) horror flick The Blair Witch Project-- produced by Blair Witch directors Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez-- has fun with the notions of reality and dream that surrounded the buzz of the initial movie, and tries to include some scares along the method. A year after the release of the initial film, a group of 5 Blair Witch aficionados-- 4 out-of-towners led by one seriously unhinged "tour guide"-- endeavor into the woods outside Burkittsville, Maryland, on a tour of the sites made well-known by missing out on documentarians Heather, Mike, and Josh. After an inebriated night of camping out in hopes of communing with the spirit of the Blair Witch, the 5 get up to discover that their relatively innocent sleep might have been disturbed in some way. But what exactly occurred? If you're expecting suspense of the first degree and a horrifying payoff just like the one that climaxed the first film, you'll be sorely disappointed. After pulling away to an old, run-down broom factory (get it? Broom factory? Blair Witch? Oh well ...), the 5 go over their videotapes of the night in concern to obtain some responses, and essentially wind up yelling at each other for the rest of the film, and shedding some blood along the method. Documentary filmmaker Joe Berlinger (of the highly acclaimed Paradise Lost and Brother's Keeper) proves that he ought to absolutely stick to nonfiction filmmaking, and the entire cast is grating and undesirable, aside from a scene-stealing turn by Kim Director as a goth chick with attitude to burn and a no-nonsense method to this Blair Witch things. Strictly for hard-core Blair Witch fans just, and even then this follow up might prove to dissatisfy.-- Mark Englehart

This completely second-rate follow-up to the groundbreaking (and highly successful) horror flick The Blair Witch Project-- produced by Blair Witch directors Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez-- has fun with the notions of reality and dream that surrounded the buzz of the initial movie, and tries to include some scares along the method. A year after the release of the initial film, a group of 5 Blair Witch aficionados-- 4 out-of-towners led by one seriously unhinged "tour guide"-- endeavor into the woods outside Burkittsville, Maryland, on a tour of the sites made well-known by missing out on documentarians Heather, Mike, and Josh. After an inebriated night of camping out in hopes of communing with the spirit of the Blair Witch, the 5 get up to discover that their relatively innocent sleep might have been disturbed in some way. But what exactly occurred? If you're expecting suspense of the first degree and a horrifying payoff just like the one that climaxed the first film, you'll be sorely disappointed. After pulling away to an old, run-down broom factory (get it? Broom factory? Blair Witch? Oh well ...), the 5 go over their videotapes of the night in concern to obtain some responses, and essentially wind up yelling at each other for the rest of the film, and shedding some blood along the method. Documentary filmmaker Joe Berlinger (of the highly acclaimed Paradise Lost and Brother's Keeper) proves that he ought to absolutely stick to nonfiction filmmaking, and the entire cast is grating and undesirable, aside from a scene-stealing turn by Kim Director as a goth chick with attitude to burn and a no-nonsense method to this Blair Witch things. Strictly for hard-core Blair Witch fans just, and even then this follow up might prove to dissatisfy. -- Mark Englehart

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