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The Blair Witch Parodies
The disc takes its name for Pauly Shore's uninspired spoof, but it's actually a collection of Californian parodies framed around a mythical cable channel called The Woods. The network features comedy interludes like "Horror Storytellers" (an effeminate Jason-ish character TALKS about why he kills) and quickie gags like Bob the Zombie at an Undead Anonymous meeting, or the fly-by-night lawyer who earns compensation for victims of horror-movie crimes. The short films include ... The Watts Bitch Project (B) which follows white kids who go searching in the hood and meet with bodily harm. The Griffith Witch Project (D) focuses its search to Griffith Park where a jealous Hollywood extra is thought to lurk. In The Bogus Witch Project (C), Pauly cracks jokes about the original movie and picks up a chick that the producers can't afford to give a speaking role to (or even mention in the credits). The Blair Underwood Project (D) seeks the "L.A. Law" actor, who must not be listed on those Homes of the Stars maps. The Bel Air Witch Project (A) is a convoluted, but witty journey among the luxurious homes of Hollywood's elite. The Willie Witch Projects (B) follows three homies (including a flamboyant hairdresser) just looking to cash in on Blair Witch mania by making their own video. They awake to find tube socks scattered around their campsite and eventually DO find the dilapidated Willie Witch Projects.
Notables: No breasts. Ear munching. Puking. Gratuitous urination. Breakdancing. Arm tumbles. Flatulence humor. Blurry porno footage. One pimp. Gratuitous poop closeup. Excessive lense-cap humor.
Timecodes: Snottiest nose of all the parodies (10:30). The omnipresent John 3:16 guy (1:18:13). Bigfoot gets a pedicure (1:24:40).
Quotables: Both from The Watts Bitch Project, "They called the L.A.P.D., but by the time they got there, three months later, the bodies had mysteriously disappeared"and "Watts is in South Central, if we keep going north we've got to hit white people eventually -- or at least Koreans." Recommended.