When The Blair Witch Project opened in the summer of 1999, filmmakers Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez got their $60,000 indie noticed by bleeding fiction into fact. Playing on viewers’ morbid curiosity, they listed their unknown actors as “missing, presumed dead” on IMDb, handed out missing-persons flyers at film festivals, and featured fake police reports… <a href="http://www.mtv.com/news/2932520/american-horror-story-my-roanoke-nightmare-review/" title="Read American Horror Story Goes Full-On Blair Witch In Its Roanoke Nightmare“>Read more »

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