Trailer: V/H/S/2

I don’t know if any of you saw V/H/S? It was this found-footage horror movie that was very unique (and by “unique” I mean confusing) and broken up into segments – each by a different director.

They sure managed to pump out a sequel fast (the first was from early 2012). But maybe that’s because these movies cost about as much to make as the collective dollar menus of Wendy’s and McDonald’s.

V/H/S/2 is being advertised as “more thrilling” and “improved in every way” from V/H/S 1.  Continue reading “Trailer: V/H/S/2”

‘V/H/S’ Manages To Be Scary, Despite Not Making Sense

Like most horror fans, I was quite taken with Ti West’s The House Of The Devil, so I was naturally excited when I heard he was going to be a part of a found footage film called V/H/S, even though I’m not normally a fan of the shaky camera POV.

V/H/S, which debuted at Sundance and has no less than six directors, is like nothing I’ve ever seen before. I could watch it three more times and still not know exactly what it was about. Could be devil worshippers, vampires, zombies or ghosts…

The movie focuses on a group of criminals, and at first feels like some sort of Last House On The Left-style snuff effort because of a parking lot scene where they film themselves grabbing a young woman and lifting her shirt up as they hold her boyfriend back.  Continue reading “‘V/H/S’ Manages To Be Scary, Despite Not Making Sense”