I'll admit to this movie being a bit of a guilty pleasure of mine. I kind of liked it, it was an interesting premise and I think the "eerieness" of it worked fairly well. If anything I just wish the "actors" had a bit deeper dialogue to give then variations on curses. Anyway. Before it came out I never heard a lick of any of the hype/hoax that built it up. I didn't see the "documentary" on it that purported to be about the kids' disapperance or see any of the interent nonsense building it up. When I finally did hear about all of that I looked at the guy who told me and asked if he was fucking stupid for thinking something like that "really happened" and that the discovered video was the "real thing." He seemed to think the video really was the discovered footage of the last moments of these guys' lives before being killed by The Blair Witch. Oh. Nevermind that late-mode (for then) Jetta in the background early in a movie set in 1991. It's REAL. So did you fall for it? Did you believe that the events depicted in "The Blair Witch Project" "really happened" and that the movie was really the disocvered and edited, events of those days they were lost in the woods being hunted by some evil specter pissed off her stick figures were being disturbed by a bunch of foul-mouthed film students?