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Blair Witch 2: Book of Shadows 2000

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After spending a night in the Black Hills of Burkittsville, Maryland, four young fans of the original BLAIR WITCH movie descend into a nightmare realm of murder, madness and perceptions-bending supernatural horror in this eagerly anticipated sequel to the most successful independent film of all time.

Starring:
Kurt Loder, Chuck Scarborough
Runtime:
1 hour, 30 minutes

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Genres Fantasy, Thriller, Adventure, Mystery, Horror
Director Joe Berlinger
Starring Kurt Loder, Chuck Scarborough
Supporting actors Bruce D. Reed, Jeffrey Donovan, Joe Berlinger, Sara Phillips, Lynda Millard, Deb Burgoyne, Andrea Cox, Lanny Flaherty, Pete Burris, Tristine Skyler, Stephen Barker Turner, Erica Leerhsen, Kim Director, Briton Green, Erik Jensen, Peggy K. Chang, Tony Tsang, Anja Baron
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format: DVD
"Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2" may very well be the most maligned sequel of all time. I have read more positive reviews for "Airplane 2: The Sequel." I have heard more compliments handed out to "Friday the 13th Part 2." There have been far more words of praise lavished like so much lumpy sausage gravy over "The Matrix Reloaded." What gives?
Actually, I think the answer lies in the very hype surrounding the first "Blair Witch" which this film so succesfully spoofs. I mean, think about it. You start out with an unexpected cultural phenomenon on the level of "Star Wars." You wait barely a year before issuing a sequel (not nearly enough time for memories of the first film to become hazy, but plenty of time for the inevitable backlash against it to firmly take root in the popular psyche). Then you have the audacity to release a film that not only pokes fun at the very people who are most likely to rush right out and buy a ticket for the opening night showing, but you make the film in a style completely different from the first film. Whereas the original "Blair Witch Project" was groundbreaking and unique, "Book of Shadows" is groundbreaking and unique... But in a very different way.
Joe Berlinger is more than well aware of his roots and pulls no punches when it comes to honoring and lampooning them all in the same breath. This is not to suggest that ol' Joe has gone the route of McG and is pandering with one hand while he smirks and winks the whole time. "Book of Shadows" is far too subtle and made in too much good faith for that kind of nonsense. Berlinger's point has more to do with questioning reality and fantasy and the complicated dance between the two which most of us take so much for granted. What is the truth of the Blair Witch?
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By A Customer on February 18, 2001
Format: DVD
I really enjoyed this movie even though most people did not. Its very eerie and is a totally different type of scary than the original. Its about five people who are obsessed with The Blair Witch Project movie who decide to spend the night in the woods where the movie and legends took place. They also decide to film what they see and plan to stay up all night, but they mysteriously fall asleep and their footage is missing the next morning. When they finally find the film, they realize they weren't asleep all night and they weren't alone. This was alot scarier to me than the original which is a horror movie classic. Instead of hearing mysterious noises and finding sticks on the ground however, these characters are seeing things - not knowing if what they are seeing is real or if they are going crazy. Strange markings appear on their bodies, they see dead children haunting the neighborhood and the Blair Witch turns the five characters against eachother making them look guilty of things that none of them actually did. If you like eerie, creepy, scary movies that leave you creeped out long after you've seen them, this is the perfect movie for you and a perfect sequel to a classic horror movie.
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"Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2" is a seriously confusing sequel to a movie that many have considered to set a new standard in horror filmmaking (notice I said many, and not myself). The images are grizzly and disturbing, the acting has mere moments of believability, and the body plot falls short of being climactic enough for its surprisingly satisfying ending. This movie is basic eye candy for those who could not stomach the documentary-style filming of the first film, and on that premise, it works quite well.
I admired the first few minutes of the film, which plays on the predecessor's fame and how it gave people the initiative to explore the woods for themselves. We see newscasts, critics, and nighttime talk shows about the success of "The Blair Witch Project," which then segues into interviews of various Burketsville residents telling stories of how the town has become enamored with fans seeking out the site of the events of the film. The comedy in this is that "Blair Witch 2" portrays the events of the first film as being real, and believe it or not, the opening scenes are believable in this aspect.
Which leads us into our plot, as a group of "Blair Witch" buffs journey into the woods to discover its secrets once again. The group is full of contrasting characters: there's Kim, the all-out Goth who seems to have insight into everything that happens, grad students Tristen and Stephen, who are on the hike to gather information for a book on the subject, Erica, the Wiccan witch who believes in all things nature-related, and Jeff, the tour guide who has capitalized immensely on the fame of the witch tale and the movie's fame.
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When I first heard about about a Blair Witch sequel, I thought why? Here was this little indy movie, that made a ton of cash, was the water-cooler talk for the better part of a year, and was a truly unique film. Why try to top, or equal that? Of course, Hollywood saw a possible cash cow and a big studio jumped in and tainted the Blair Witch name. Now, I have to give the sequel credit in that it didn't just throw another group of kids into the woods and rehash the story from part one. The idea of Book of Shadows is actually a neat idea, but the execution of that idea was horrible. First of all, we are presented with such an annoying group of people to follow in Book of Shadows, I am immediately ready for the killing to begin. Seriously, I was praying Jason would come stumbling out of the woods with his hockey mask and machete to hasten the demise of this cast of characters that no one could relate to. The special effects get ramped up right along with the volume of the soundtrack, and I guess the producer hoped you wouldn't notice the bad acting and lack of story?? I see this movie is listed at under $2 used here on Amazon......Is it worth it? Not really, if you are like me and enjoy watching crappy movies now and again (Texas Chainsaw Massacre The Next Generation anyone?) then pick it up, but be warned...this could be one of those movies where in six months you may ask yourself "Was it really that bad?", pull it out to see and doom yourself to another wasted evening!!
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