Film is frightening waste of two hours

What a waste.

“Blair Witch” is the sequel to “The Blair Witch Project” (1999) and is based on a fictional legend about a witch who haunts the Black Hills Forest, just outside the little town of Burkittsville, Md. The film opens with a story about James, the brother of Heather, the girl who disappeared in the first movie. 

James watches a video clip he finds out on the internet about his sister’s disappearance. In the video, he spots a disfigured woman and hopes his sister is alive. He gets in contact with the person who uploaded the video and invites his friends to come help him find his sister.

In the process, James’s friend Lisa (another student filmmaker) decides to make a documentary about their journey. They meet up with the person who uploaded the video, who happens to be two people, not one (Lane and Talia). James and Lisa agree to Lane’s conditions, that if they want him to show them where he found the video they must bring Talia and him along. 

They go into the forest. Strange things happen.

This movie is one of the worst horror movies I’ve ever seen in my life. It was dull and the story wasn’t very interesting. From the beginning, you know what’s going to happen. It was way too predictable. 

Even the supposed suspenseful parts were uneventful. Only the noise gets louder. It had the dumbest ending.  I love scary movies, but this one was terrible. The only scary thing about it was the price of admission.

Grade:  F