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“Blair Witch” Haunts “The Woods”

 

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When it comes to its project The Woods, Lionsgate may have just pulled off the biggest coup in horror film history.

Recently, the company surprised the sh*t out of attendees of the annual ComicCon in San Diego by revealing that The Woods is really Blair Witch – a sequel to 1999’s mega horror hit, The Blair Witch Project.  Lionsgate, at the convention, showcased a trailer and treated attendees to a special screening of the film.

According to Lionsgate’s press info, filmmakers behind the top secret project were so worried its real identity would be leaked, they created multiple scripts that all told wildly different stories.  Cast members auditioned with fake pages and didn’t know what movie they were even acting in until their contracts had been finalised.  And they weren’t the only ones suffering from confusion.  With so many scripts circulating around the set, the art department oftentimes found itself creating props for the wrong version.

“I’ve been so conditioned never to say {Blair Witch}— even on set we called it ‘B-dubs,’” says screenwriter Simon Barrett.  “We’re so happy we can finally talk about it.”

Directed by Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez, The Blair Witch Project, released in 1999, concerns three student filmmakers, played by Heather Donahue, Joshua Leonard and Michael C. Williams, who venture into Maryland’s Black Hills Forest to make a documentary about the legendary Blair Witch.  A few days later, they all vanish without a trace.

Eventually, footage – detailing the events that led to their disappearance – is discovered.   It’s this “found footage” – unscripted and unedited events shot by the film’s characters – which spins the film’s story.

Shot for $60,000, the film grossed nearly $250 million at the worldwide box office and spawned a host of “found footage” horror titles including, of course, the Paranormal Activity franchise as well as Rec, The Bay and The Last Exorcism.

With Adam Wingard, helmer of You’re Next, V/H/S and V/H/S 2, in the director’s chair, Blair Witch completely ignores the muddled Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2, and follows a new band of students as they journey into the Black Hills Forest.

Accompanied by Lisa (Callie Hernandez), Peter (Brandon Scott) and Ashley (Corbin Reid) – James (James Allen McClure) is trying to find out exactly what happened to his sister (Donahue), who may have suddenly cropped up on a YouTube video, and her friends more than 20 years ago.

With locals acting as guides, the group is cautiously optimistic that it will find some answers, but once they become plagued by strange and seemingly unexplainable events, tensions, in the tradition of the first Blair Witch, skyrocket.  That’s when things start going south real fast.

When Myrick and Sánchez’s witchy offering haunted the Sundance Film Festival as a Midnight Movie back in ’99, some members of the audience were convinced its events were real, while others weren’t sure.

Adding to the uncertainty was the movie’s ingenious and now legendary online marketing campaign.  Aside from receiving a ton of info about the Blair Witch legend, visitors to the pic’s website were treated to crime scene photos, tapes, photos of police searches, newspaper cuttings and journal entries.

Of course, this was all pre-social media.  Were the same film to be released in today’s high tech and text savvy world of instant info, the cover could be blown at lightening speed, and numerous Tweets and Facebook posts could be screaming “fiction” right from the outset.

“When it first came out, I was one of a billion high school kids taking a camcorder into the woods and doing a Blair Witch spoof with my friends,” says Wingard.  “The film had a total dedication toward authenticity.  No one has so completely committed to that type of realism before or since.”

Meanwhile, Myrick and Sánchez are exec producing Blair Witch alongside Greg Hale, who produced the original outing into the Black Hills Forest.

“The initial wave of Blair ‘hysteria’ has faded into the history books, despite many of the hardcore fans still out there,” says Myrick.  “Now a whole new generation of filmgoers have a movie they can call their own.  Our only criteria were they stay true to the mythology, which they did.”

“It was kind of like giving your daughter away in marriage — pretty touchy subject but we couldn’t have asked for better sons-in-law,” says Sánchez.  “The movie takes our original film and turns it up to 11.  Seriously, it’s a nightmare funhouse of a film that pulls you in and never lets you go.”

View the Blair Witch trailer here

 

Image Info: © 2016 Lionsgate. All Rights Reserved

Source Info: Information in this article, including quotes, is sourced from press material pertaining to Blair Witch.  © 2016 Lionsgate.  All Rights Reserved

Posted: 7/25/16

 

 

 

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