- Seeing the surviving protagonists brutally murdering half a dozen people (one of which by repeatedly ramming a pencil into the victim's head), not understanding what's going on, resulting in them madly babbling that they're the victims and the real killers are the murderers and/or witches. Sheesh."This is wrong. Someone fucked with this tape! SOMEBODY FUCKED WITH THAT TAPE! THAT TAPE IS WRONG! THAT'S FUCKING BULLSHIT!!!
- Many ultimately agree that the movie does successfully play up the fear of the unknown.
- Kimberly going mad and stabbing the shop girl in the neck with a nail file.
- Erica's disappearance, and being told by her parents that they never had any children, is still a creepy mindscrew.
- While disappointing in its execution, the movie's concept is amazingly scary: one night of partying out in the woods in a purportedly haunted location results in the characters' lives being destroyed, unable to trust any of their senses, equipment, or memories. One can see the movie that could have been, if only.
Nightmare Fuel / Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2