Letters: Sep. 6, 1999


"Their terrifying and disturbing movie stands alongside Hitchcock's thrillers. Like a fine wine, it is to be savored and revisited." KARL LOGAN Auburn, N.Y.

The Blair Witch Project leaves things unsaid, undone and unanswered [CINEMA, Aug. 16]. One truly gets scared by not knowing everything. Whether by design or accident, the makers of this film have created a movie that lets the audience use two things that Hollywood rarely engages: intelligence and imagination. CHRIS BYZEWSKI San Diego

The public has been enduring the Blair Witch Project with little comment, but seeing it on the cover of TIME...

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