Blunt, intense and brutal, the Blair witch project is the subject of a blockbuster remake being made in Hollywood by a studio that just so happens to own the rights to the original film.
Blair Witch, which stars Natalie Portman and Chris Pine as paranormal investigators, has been nominated for a Golden Globe and received a BAFTA for Best Documentary.
It has been in the running for the Academy Awards for years, as well as being nominated for the Oscars for Best Visual Effects.
The film was created by the Blair and Shirley Jackson Foundation, a non-profit organization created in the wake of the shooting of Robert and Emmett Crowell, which left eight people dead in the small town of Blair, Mississippi.
In the 1980s, Blair was an isolated rural community that was rocked by the Crowell shooting, but by the 1990s it was a magnet for a burgeoning black community, led by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
They formed a militia to fight the federal government, and later formed the Church in Christ.
In 2009, Blair became a stronghold of the church’s fundamentalist ideology and its members began to terrorize black communities in the Mississippi Delta, often with the help of local law enforcement.
In 2014, President Obama was named the first black president of the United States, and the church began to re-establish itself as a prominent part of his administration.
The story of the Blair family, who grew up in a small rural community, is a complex one.
Blair and his wife Shirley (Portman) are the parents of five children, one of whom is his stepdaughter.
Blair is also the father of two daughters and a nephew.
The Blair family moved to Louisiana after the shooting and moved to Blair in 2004.
The couple settled in Blair and moved in 2004 to Blair.
In 2007, Blair married Shirley, who is also from Blair.
The pair moved to Mississippi in 2007, and Blair moved to the small Mississippi town of Bluffton in 2012.
They have two children, three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Blair was a well-known figure in the community, known for his activism and activism in the fight against racism and homophobia.
The first Blair Witch movie was released in the United Kingdom in 2004, when the Jackson Foundation released the first Blair movie.
Blair’s film became a global sensation when it debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in 2012 and went on to win four Academy Awards.
In 2013, Blair’s documentary Black Hawk Down won an Academy Award for Best Editing, and he has also won the Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay awards at the Oscars.
Blair started his own TV series on AMC in the early 2000s called Blair Witch: The Beginning, which was about a group of Blair Witch survivors who were trapped in Blair, and who eventually moved to New York City.
In 2011, Blair joined HBO as an executive producer, and his new film, The Blair Witch Story, will premiere on HBO on May 31.
Blair has become a national celebrity after being nominated at the 2017 Oscars for his role in the documentary Black Swan, which won Best Documentive Feature.
The award ceremony will be held on November 5.