|The Burkittsville 7|
|Title:||The Burkittsville 7|
|Directed by:||Ben Rock|
|Written by:||Ben Rock|
|Produced by:||Jay Bogdanowitsch; Pirite Jones; Ben Rock|
|Music by:||Sasha Bogdanowitsch|
|Edited by:||Curt Apanavich|
|Distributed by:||Showtime Networks|
Alliance Atlantis Communications
|Released:||October 3rd, 2000|
|Running time:||30 min.|
|Previous:||Sticks and Stones|
|Next:||Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2|
The Burkittsville 7 is an American film short of the "mockumentary" and found footage subgenres of horror. It is associated with the Blair Witch film series, which was first popularized in 1999 with The Blair Witch Project. The film was written and produced by Ben Rock. It was released direct-to-video on October 3rd, 2000. The film focuses on one aspect of the greater Blair Witch legend - namely, that of Rustin Parr - the child murderer from Burkittsville, who abducted and slaughtered several children back in 1941; all while under the influence of the fabled Blair Witch. The film also showcases the life of survivor Kyle Brody, and the lifelong torment that he suffered as a result of being Parr's prisoner.
Cast[edit | edit source]
|Lucy Butler||Sarah Didonna|
|Sid Conrad||Dominick Cazale|
|Mickey Cottrell||Harlan Miles|
|Bill Dreggors||Bill Barnes|
|Elizabeth Gamza||Kendra Fineman|
|David Grammer||Kyle Brody|
|Robert David Hall||David Hooper|
|Tom Horan||Kyle Brody re-enactor|
|William Dennis Hunt||Alvin Frasier|
|John Maynard||Chris Carrazco|
|Mary Anne McGarry||Janine Brody|
|Marvin J. McIntyre||Rustin Parr re-enactor|
|Howard Miller||David Hull|
|Sierra Pecheur||Claudia Van Mueller|
|Richard Rifkin||Leonard Torrington|
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The tagline for this film is "But do you know what happened 50 years before?"
- This film is alternatively known by the extended titles The Massacre of the Burkittsville 7 and The Massacre of the Burkittsville 7: The Blair Witch Legacy.
- There are a total of nineteen credited cast members in this film.
- This film includes archival footage of Heather Donahue, Joshua Leonard and Michael C. Williams from The Blair Witch Project.
- This film includes archival footage of Frank Pastor from Curse of the Blair Witch & Sticks and Stones.
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This article relates to the films and specials within the Blair Witch Project franchise. This template will categorize articles that include it into the Blair Witch films category.