Exclusive Collection Includes: The Blair Witch Project DVD Stickman Necklace Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 DVD + CD - DVD + CD includes DVD-playable full-length feature on one side and CD-playable compilation Blair Witch... more » music soundtrack on the other! The Blair Witch PC Games Collection - A three-game series based on the rich Blair Witch mythology. System requirements: Windows 95/98, 233 MHz Pentium MWX or higher processor, 64 MB RAM, 4MB Video Card, Direct X Sound Card, 4X CD-ROM The Blair Witch Project: In October of 1994, three student filmmakers disappeared in the woods near Burkittsville, Maryland, while shooting a documentary. A year later their footage was found. Now prepare for a motion picture experience unlike anything you've ever seen, heard or feared before. The Blair Witch Project follows a trio of filmmakers on what should have been a simple walk in the woods...but quickly becomes an excursion into heart-stopping terror. As the three become inexplicably lost, morale deteriorates. Hunger sets in. Accusations fly. By night, unseen evil stirs beyond their campfire's light. By day, chilling ritualistic figures are discovered nearby. As the end of their journey approaches, they realize that what they are filming now is not a legend...but their own descent into unimaginable horror. Book of Shadows - Blair Witch 2: After spending a night in the Black Hills of Burkitsville, Maryland, four young fans of the original Blair Witch movie descend into a nightmare realm of murder, madness, and perception-bending supernatural horror in this eagerly anticipated sequel to the most successful independent film of all time.« less
"If you're going to buy The Blair Witch, you might as well try to get your hands on The Blair Witch Experience. I personally was not a big fan of Blair Witch Two, but you can buy this "Experience" boxset from one of the independent resellers for the same price, if not cheaper than buying Blair Witch by itself. Basically, you can get Blair Witch Two for free, plus the three Windows-based games. When I bought this, I really did it because I figured I could get Blair Witch Two for free - why not, right? Although I love games, I really didn't these games would be anything special at all. I gotta tell ya, I was pleasantly surprised - very Resident Evil - esque."
Shannon Drake | 11/23/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"If I'm the last person on earth to have seen this, let me know, but I thought this box set was a terrific value. would never have bought the DVDs separately or the computer games, but thanks to this package, I now have the original, the sequel, and the games. After watching the original Blair Witch disc, I found the main attraction was the movie commentary. It is very interesting, and it provides insight and facts about the movie and how it was really made. As for the sequel, it wasn't all that bad, nor was it that great either. As the movie started, I thought that it could turn out to be a pretty good but that promise faded as the movie progressed. Still, it's very watchable and you do get a bonus with the Book of Shadows DVD. The flip side of the disc contains four songs along with the score from the movie in regular CD format.
5 stars for Blair Witch 1 3 stars for Blair Witch 2 4 stars for the PC games 4 stars for the extras
Good value over all."
A Very Good Deal
Shannon Drake | 05/30/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"You get...Two Movies (One Good, One Average)
Three Games (Pretty Good, Recommended For Fans Of Survival Horror Like Nocturne & Resident Evil)
A Really Cool NecklaceFor just about [price]. If you want to get The Blair Witch Project, get this box set. Read the indvidual reviews for opinions on the movies and games."
It's good to see something different in a movie
fuzzydice82 | Sugar Land, TX United States | 09/29/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Blair Witch Project was an amazing movie. It wasn't too scary when I watched it, but it was just so creative, and the fact that they didn't try to screw it up by actually showing a witch was quite a twist from other "scary" movies with some crappy special effects.
Then, I saw Book of Shadows, and I was really impressed with how it unfolded and twisted in the story. From the opening credits with the awesome Marilyn Manson song "Disposable Teens" to the suprising ending, Book of Shadows is a darn good movie.The other stuff in the Blair Witch Experience is kinda cool too. If you're really into it, the necklace is nice, and there are three CD-ROM games that I don't really play, but they seem like they have three quality side stories to the whole Blair Witch "Experience.""
Value of Package Outweighs Lameness of Sequel
Daniel Jolley | Shelby, North Carolina USA | 05/06/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Whatever your feelings about Book of Shadows, you have to admit that the guys behind the Blair Witch phenomenon are very good marketers. This box set is a terrific value. I already owned the Blair Witch Project on VHS, so I would probably never have purchased the DVD; in terms of the sequel, I was hesitant about going for the DVD rather than the VHS version based on the reviews I had read. I would never have bought the computer games. Thanks to this package, I now have all of the above (along with a trivial but not uncool stickman necklace). If you are any kind of Blair Witch fan, you need to buy this set. As for the original Blair Witch disc, its main attraction is the movie commentary. Despite the fact that there are half a dozen or more people doing the commentary, it is very interesting, and it provides you with some insight and facts about the movie and how it was really made (you even find out what Heather was seeing when the trio ran away from the tent screaming that one night). Sadly, you won't find any extra scenes included here than were available on the VHS version; this is doubly disappointing because the commentators make comments on a number of occasions about cut scenes they hoped would make it on the DVD). As for the sequel, it wasn't all that bad. It wasn't all that great either. As the movie started, I thought that it could turn out to be a pretty good story; that promise faded as the movie progressed. One thing that annoyed me was the fact that the movie took place, for the most part, inside of one building. The characters headed out into the woods on a Blair Witch tour, but we never see those woods during the second half of the movie. Just before the movie ended, I got that old feeling that says "I hope they don't end the movie at this point in the story," and--of course--that is what immediately happened. Still, it's very watchable and far from horrible. You do get a bonus with the Book of Shadows DVD; the flip side of the disc contains four songs along with the score from the movie in regular CD format. Supposedly, this is the first such DVD+CD product to be released--I don't know how impressed I should be over that. Bottom line: if you don't have the Blair Witch Project on DVD, it would behoove you to buy this set."