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Three young students are missing, presumed dead, and all that's left of them is the footage they were filming deep in the Maryland woods while trying to make a documentary about local legend, the Blair Witch. This low budget horror became a phenomenon on its release due to its high-concept idea of using "found" footage to tell its "true" story. As we watch Heather, Josh and Mike become increasingly scared and disorientated by the strange noises and bizarre goings-on around them the tension builds as the object of their terror remains unrevealed. Having not lost its power to unsettle and shock, The Blair Witch Project remains one of the most important and influential horror films of all time.
This film has several uses of strong bad language and references to horror and torture.
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This is a teaching resource written by CCEA's senior exam team, with Into Film in support of the GCE Moving Image Arts specification.
Chilling Japanese horror in which a journalist watches a cursed videotape which condemns anyone who sees it to die exactly a week later.
Horror about a monstrous creature attacking New York, shown as if we are watching a found videotape filmed by young friends.
Terrifying horror made to look like real home-video footage capturing supernatural activity occurring in a couple's suburban home.
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A selection of films which explore the worlds of ghosts and ghouls in all their forms, from the scary to the sensitive.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films28
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