National Poetry Month: 8/30 THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT in 5-7-5

Join in the National Poetry Month fun!  Add your own Blair Witch Project-related haiku in the comments!

THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT

Don’t hit the rock pile!
Crap, now Josh is gonna die!
Heather cries and snots.

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10 Responses to “National Poetry Month: 8/30 THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT in 5-7-5”

  1. Melissa Says:

    now laundry time is suckish
    because the basement is creepy and
    i can’t face the corner

  2. Melody Says:

    Gullibility
    Is not my best attribute.
    I fart when frightened.

  3. megwood Says:

    Melissa, that just made me laugh out loud! Mel, thanks for the warning. Only dramas for you.

  4. Jim Says:

    Your film so shaky
    Please hire a cameraman
    My dinner returns

  5. Liz Says:

    An annoying film!
    It doesn’t work when you know
    That it’s all a fake!

  6. Liz Says:

    These haiku comments are really fun. Sorry if I’m doing too many! 🙂

  7. zini Says:

    Close shots up the nose
    Whiny knit cap girl annoys
    And no stinkin witch!

    I request Army of Darkness, have mine ready to go!

  8. gil mann Says:

    Anyone who thinks
    The witch should have been onscreen:
    Rent both “The Hauntings”

  9. megwood Says:

    Best of Facebook contributions:

    Paul:
    At the end, some guy
    in the theater yelled “That’s
    f**ked up!” True story.

    Robin:
    Those gross bloody teeth
    scared me more than the screaming
    and bad camera work

    Josh:
    Looked at the trailer
    Saw the jerky cam’ra work
    Put in “Evil Dead”

    Greg:
    Important question:
    Was that all synthetic snot?
    Or method acting?

    John:
    Documentaries
    Annoy the crap out of me
    So I skipped this one

  10. blair witch project true story Says:

    […] True story. Robin Those gross bloody teeth scared me more than the screaming and bad camera work Josh Looked at the trailer Saw the jerky camra work Put in Evil Dead Greg Important question … […]

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