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Helmed by director Adam Wingard (You're Next, The Guest, V/H/S, V/H/S/2), Blair Witch goes back to its found footage roots 20 years after James's sister and her two friends vanished into the Black Hills Forest in Maryland, while researching the legend of the Blair Witch leaving a trail of theories and suspicions in their wake. The film documents James (James Allen McCune) and his friends Peter (Brandon Scott), Ashley (Corbin Reid) and film student Lisa (Callie Hernandez) venturing into the same woods each with a camera to uncover the mysteries surrounding the 1994 disappearances. At first the group is hopeful, especially when a pair of locals Lane (Wes Robinson) and Talia (Valorie Curry) offer to act as guides through the dark and winding woods. But as the endless night wears on, the group is visited by a menacing presence. Slowly, they begin to realise the terrifying legend is all too real and more sinister than they could have imagined.
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I had believed this was a reboot or remake, its not, it involves a party setting off in search of those featured in one of the earlier films and coming to grief at the hands of the fabled monster, along the way there are many subplots, are they time travelling? Are there distortions in time and space being experienced? Is it all in the heads or largely in the heads of the protagonists themselves? A lot of that will be thematically familiar from the other films, there is also the question of who will try to conspire with the creature/monster, although if you are a fan of the mythos you will know already that Rustin Par, who owns the fabled cottage, was himself a serial killer who plead that he was conspiring with a creature to save his skin. I liked that too, it wasnt an entirely new development or departure from the previous content.
There's some development on some of the ideas about the Blair Witch itself, which you may have guessed from what I have written already, is not simply a myth or invisible, incorporeal threat in this film but an actual existing monster menace. This was a little interesting, including some of the supposed medusa like qualities but I did not think that was entirely clear, on the other hand I dont think it was meant to be by that point and was more the panick stricken attempts of the protagonists to rationalise their situations, make it explicable, attribute motive, meaning etc.
What I have to say I loved the most about this film is the sense of claustrophobia and doom, which surely builds, its done better than probably any other film I have seen at all recently, the idea of being completely beyond hope when injured, confronted with pretty disgusting body horror, isolation building to actual physically restricting boxing in. I really loved the finish too and the sequences when they reach the cabin, there are sudden changes of pace at that point and I did think they probably would have ditched the cameras and fought for their lives instead but its still a great feature.
*SPOILER ALERT* You get to see the Blair Witch, which in the first movie you couldn't see
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