Coffee With Jeff #110: The Blair Which Project

31 mins - Published Sun, Oct 30, 2016 by Jeff Kelley

The Blair Witch Project was the Brainchild of Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez who, as early was 1993, found that they felt documentaries on paranormal phenomena were scarier than traditional horror films. They went out and rented such things like The Legend of Boggy Creek and Ancient Astronauts, documentary-style movies and began to wonder if hey could do something like that, something with found footage, something is the vain of Leonard Nimoy’s hosted In Search of

“We loved those,” Sanchez said. “Those grainy pictures of UFOs and Bigfoot? Those were a lot scarier than the movies.”

This week I tell the story of the making of this film.

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