There have been some rumblings across the World Wide Web as of late with regard to a possible sequel to The Blair Witch Project, which just recently celebrated its ten-year anniversary. In order to find out exactly what's true and what's rumor, we contacted Dan Myrick to get the lowdown.
Now this is an idea with potential. It seems like every paranormal investigator in the world has his own show now, and you can always tell when something has lingered in the public consciousness for too long when it gets its own parody. That's exactly what's happening with ParaAbnormal, a comedy web series about a group of intrepid ghost hunters.
On this day exactly ten years ago, a movie dropped that would forever change the face of independent film. Love it or hate it, The Blair Witch Project stands proudly as a sterling example that anyone with the right equipment, a boatload of passion, and a bitchin' idea can make a great film outside of Hollywood.
The trailer for Seventh Moon from co-director of The Blair Witch Project Ed Sanchez hit online today, and it looks pretty friggin' crazed!
Wow. I remember a cubicle I had at one of my old jobs that I hung a piece of teaser art for The Blair Witch Project (the one on your right, as a matter of fact) in, which always got a lot of attention from fellow co-workers who had heard about this supposedly “found footage” of a group of campers who run afoul of the titular woods-dwelling hag.
A whole slew of trailers have appeared on the official site for Voltage Pictures, the guys behind a lot of cool upcoming horror titles like Eduardo Sanchez’s Seventh Moon. Instead of boring you with multiple stories about one thing, how about one story about multiple things?
The Blair Witch Project's Ed Sanchez has a new horror flick with some Far East flavor on the way called Seventh Moon starring Amy Smart, and its poster had its debut at this year's AFM. Guess what? We have a peek for ya! You expected anything less?
We just received a heads up that the official site for Eduardo Sanchez’s Seventh Moon has now fully opened its doors. The film’s production site’s been out there a while, but the official site is sexy as hell.
Checking up on Eduardo Sanchez’ MySpace page, I discovered the first poster and trailer for his latest feature, Seventh Moon, which as we announced earlier today will be premiering at this year’s Fantastic Fest in Austin, TX.
Literally about 10 minutes ago, Eduardo Sanchez updated his MySpace blog with the fantastic news that his next film, Seventh Moon, has officially wrapped!
So whatever did happen to those guys who made The Blair Witch Project? To horror fans without their ears to the grindstone (as it were) like us, they may have seen the duo responsible for the groundbreaking film, Eduardo Sanchez and Daniel Myrick, as one-trick ponies, two guys with one really
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring James Gammon, Brad William Henke, Adam Kaufman, Catherine Mangan, Paul McCarthy-Boyington, Michael C. Williams, Misty Rosas, Joe Unger Directed by Eduardo Sánchez
December 19th will see the release of Eduardo Sanchez’s return to horror filmmaking, his first since the original Blair Witch Project, via a little movie called Altered. The film deals with a group of friends who were once abducted by aliens. 15 years later they manage to capture one of the aliens with the aim of enacting some revenge, but payback can be a bitch for both sides. Curious about it? I know I am!
We’ve been waiting for word on Eduardo Sanchez’s return to horror, his first since he co-directed The Blair Witch Project, but all has been quiet for a very long while now. Then, out of nowhere, Universal Home Entertainment makes the announcement that the film will be direct-to-DVD on December 19th, with the only features announced so far being deleted scenes. Below you can see the artwork courtesy of DVD Active, which we’ll be sure to update once we find a better looking image.
All has been quiet on the Altered front, the film that marks the directorial return of Blair Witch co-creator Eduardo Sanchez. We knew the film was in the can a while ago, but no release plans have been formally announced yet, other than that Rogue will be putting it out in 2007.