the Comic Con in San Diego hielt am Wochenende eine handfeste Überraschung für die Fans des gepflegten Horrorfilms parat. The previously considered „The Woods“ in advance highly touted strip is in fact the legitimate successor of „Blair Witch Project“. Der gruselige Film von Daniel Myrick und Eduardo Sánchez aus dem Jahr 1999 was the first breakthrough found footage film, which was also piecemeal angeteast the net with fake fact reports. This time four young college students are in the eerie woods of Burkittsville in Maryland on the road and it all starts there, where it 1999 ended: In the house of the serial killer Rustin Parr ...

After the first screening of „Blair Witch“ at Comic Con, there are consistently enthusiastic voices and the industry side „Bloody-Disgusting.com“ believes, that the sequel a completely new way of horror-Filmen einläuten werde, which are primarily focused on the emotional experience: „The film breaks the mold of traditional horror genre and pushes the limits absolutely to the edge“. Because always then, if the viewer believes anticipate, what happens next, it comes in the relentless „Funhouse of Terror“ all very different. Directed by Adam Wingard („V / H / S“, „You´re Next“). The film was produced by Roy Lee („The Ring“, „The Grudge“, „This is“), Steven Schneider („Paranormal Activity“, „Insidious“), Keith Calder and Jessica Wu („You’re Next“, „The Guest“). Blair Witch‘ startet am 6. October 2016 in our cinemas…

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