Blair Witch Project: What's The F-Bomb Count?

@freak369 (5123)
United States
February 28, 2007 5:12am CST
I've seen this film so many times but it still has some strange shock value to it. We got the bright idea to try and count the number of times the "F" word was used in the film and came up with 139 but are getting conflicting numbers from websites that say there are only 131. Anyone know the true "F" word count from the film?
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@kelly60 (4548)
• United States
6 Mar 07
All I can say is that it is in there a LOT, but I never really thought about counting how many times. If I had I'm sure that I would have lost track long before I got near the end of the movie though.
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• United States
1 Mar 07
Wow that's a lot of F's running around! I have yet to watch this movie - I've seen bits and pieces of the movie but never actually the whole thing in one or numerous sittings. I guess I'll have to add it to the have to see list and actually watch it all at once! lol
@freak369 (5123)
• United States
1 Mar 07
Wow, I thought everyone had seen this - I better start making a list of movies for you - you posted on my Clerks thread and mentioned you never saw it. Silly me, I assumed that everyone saw BWP ...
@gittabest (1949)
• Iceland
28 Feb 07
I have no idea. But if you are so much fan of this movie, can you then tell me if it's true or not?? I remember when I saw it the first time, I couldn't sleep for days. It's very scary.
@freak369 (5123)
• United States
28 Feb 07
The movie itself isn't true; it was a contrived notion to create a new theme within the horror genre. The actual Blair Witch was taken from local lore in the area but churched up and made more grpahic than actual events. The film was built up to be 'real' meaning that the three characters did disappear and were never seen again. This was blown out of the water several weeks after the movie was released and the stars showed up at different premier parties.