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‘Blair Witch’ Actors Just Recorded and Released Their Own Commentary Track

Blair Witch

Best of all, it’s totally free!

When Adam Wingard’s Blair Witch, a sequel to The Blair Witch Project, was released on home video, it came packaged with a commentary track from Wingard and writer/frequent collaborator Simon Barrett. If you were hungry for more, you’ll be happy to know that three of the film’s main actors just recorded their own!

Just about one year after the release of Blair Witch, stars Brandon Scott (Peter), Wes Robinson (Lane) and James Allen McCune (James) have gotten together to chat and reminiscence about the film for your listening pleasure, and they’ve put the commentary track up for free over on YouTube.

All you’ve gotta do is sync the track up with the movie and enjoy!

In the film, “A group of college students venture into the Black Hills Forest in Maryland to uncover the mysteries surrounding the disappearance of James’ sister, who many believe is connected to the legend of the Blair Witch. At first the group is hopeful, especially when a pair of locals offer to act as guides through the dark and winding woods, but as the endless night wears on, the group is visited by a menacing presence. Slowly, they begin to realize the legend is all too real.



  • Pete Burgess

    Jesus, who cares? It was dreadful.

    • Blood Boil

      Agreed, one of the worst movies ever made

      • KnightDrive

        I’m guessing you’ve never seen Grown Ups 2.

      • The chicken man

        That is so far from true.

        • Necro

          I liked all 3 films!

      • Necro

        ‘Silent House’ was one of the worst ever made.

  • lupe

    Cool! Can’t wait to watch/listen to it after I get off of work!

  • Dave

    Has anybody heard any updates on the documentary they made a couple of years back? ‘The Woods Movie’

  • Josh Batchelder

    Great movie, will have to check this out later.

  • Meatwad

    Book Of Shadows was better than this turd IMO

  • IWC-3PO

    BD’s still beating the dead horse known as Blair Witch.

  • Flu-Like Symptoms

    Eh, I’ll pass.

  • Burak Erkil

    If someone is still interested with the cult of the witch, here is the interview I’ve made with Benjamin Rock (the production designer of The Blair Witch Project, 1999). It includes also some commentary of Rock about the sequel. Enjoy!

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