The Blair Witch Project: One of the Best Finale in Modern Horror

Lonnie Peters

The very end of The Blair Witch Project is one of the best finales in modern horror. There’s no gut, there’s no CGI, and there’s no monster: you simply see a gentleman remaining in a corner, and it’s the most unnerving thing ever. Its virtuoso originates from the mix of effortlessness and unpretentious setup, and its unbelievably compelling. Along these lines, commonly, when Artisan Entertainment took a few to get back some composure of the movie the distance back in the late 1990s, it was the first thing that they needed to change.
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This bit of trivia was as of late uncovered by directors Dan Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez, who recently went to the Denver’s Mile High Horror Film Festival and took the time to take a seat for a meeting with Bloody Disgusting. Discussing the end of their introduction gimmick film, they not just uncovered that Artisan needed to…

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