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Plot: A POV, found footage horror film from the perspective of America's top genre filmmakers. A group of misfits are hired by an unknown third party to burglarize a desolate house in the countryside and acquire a rare tape. Upon searching the house, the guys are confronted with a dead body, a hub of old televisions and an endless supply of cryptic footage, each video stranger than the last. Runtime: 116 mins Release Date: 23 Jan 2012
Great anthology and the best horror I've seen in a while and I've seen plenty of movies ! See it! (by Michael-Hallows-Eve)
This is one of the best anthologies I've seen in years! It's all filmed 'Found-Footage' style and is directed by different people, including Ti West, Adam Wingard, Joe Swanberg and more. It has six stories that involve almost all types of horror like ghosts, slashers, alien, creature and demons. Each part of the story has it's own appeal and I was in to it from go to whoa. It was bloody, it was scary, it was intriguing, it was intense. It was shocking in some parts and disgusting in others. The stories are "Tape 56" , "Amateur Night" , "Second <more>
Honeymoon" , "Tuesday the 17th" , "The Strange Thing That Happened to Emily When She Was Young" & "10-31-98". I couldn't get enough of this movie, it was great. I'm giving it my highest rating so far of 10 out of 10! See it!
Hell yes! Extremely creative with plenty of scares, nudity, and gore! (by robocopfansliveforever)
It took three hours by car to see this at the True False Film Fest in Columbia, Missouri, but I couldn't have been happier I went. As far as anthology films go, this is the best I've seen sorry Tales from the Darkside , and as far as a horror film, it has everything you want and more... boobs, blood practical too , and monsters. One of the best parts is how they were able to tell five completely different stories, all of them with good acting, excellent FX, like-able characters, etc.My favorite was the webcam piece since it had a really funny moment involving a knife in a girl's <more>
arm. Plus, there were a lot of well-done scares in it. You don't even want to look at the screen since you're afraid of what's coming next. Then the reveal at the end turned it upside down and left me thinking about it long after but in a good way. I really liked the performance of the lead girl in that one. She was endearing, and it was actually kind of sad what happens. I think I liked her character the most of anyone in the film.All the segments are good though. The first one took a little bit of time to get going, but once it kicks in, you're hooked, and the payoff is that much better since you had to wait for it. It also had some dark humor, wicked gore, nudity, etc. It's true blood and boobs don't make a good film, but in the case of a horror film, they sure can help, not that this movie needed it since the storytelling and the writing was fantastic too. They didn't have to worry about too much exposition as well since it's an anthology, and they don't have to explain everything, but that's part of the fun. You get to see some really crazy stuff like a pretty insane, inventive slasher, but you also get ghosts, a demon, etc.The only downside is rather inherent in anthology stories, which is you basically start from scratch with each section so you have to build character and story again, but there isn't much of a way around that. Maybe Trick r' Treat handled that better, but I still prefer VHS. It's a little more evident when you have five stories without much connective tissue, but again, you get more variety this way, and the film was well paced so it wasn't a big deal.I'm kinda sick of the whole found footage thing, but I didn't mind it with this movie. They didn't call attention to it a lot or try to explain why they're filming Diary of the Dead shame on you so it works, and you just get engrossed in the stories. The audience gasped a lot, but they laughed too intentional humor only . Besides seeing Freddy vs Jason with a crowd, this was one of the best times I've had watching a movie in a theater.
If you like 2 hours of shaking camera, and no plot (by markhaazen)
We've reached the point where there are so many "found-footage" horror films that we have to cram several of them into one package to avoid glutting the marketplace. The result, "V/H/S," includes six segments by nine directors, and like most anthologies it's a mixed bag. But the nice thing about anthologies is that if one of the stories isn't very good, you only have to wait a few minutes before another one starts.This movie did noting to me!! what did i watch? Don't get me wrong, some of the short stories were a bit frightening, but personally I don't <more>
like movies that are filmed like this. Also, some of the characters were VERY annoying. At a certain point, I really wanted some of them to die, because of the bad acting.
Listen, the only way to truly enjoy a horror film is in a large, pitch black room with deafening surround sound and a group of people just as scared as you are. Other times, a laptop works too. But I, and a group of about 100 others were privileged to catch the first Canadian premiere of V/H/S presented by the Toronto After Dark Film Festival. Enough plugs, onto the film right? My review. See it! If you love horror, if you hate horror, if you think you might like it and wanna try it out, just see it! Without spoiling anything I will say that there are about 5 or 6 anthology stories tied <more>
around a main story in which four guys break into a house to look for a specific video tape. They find a lot more, let me tell you. Some of the segments are better than others trust me, you'll know which ones but overall, V/H/S is one of the most imaginative, jolting, riveting, heart-beating-outside-of-your-chest-because-its-so-intense horror films of recent time. Fans of Creepshow 1 and 2, Tales From the Darkside, Twilight Zone the movie and even Stephen King, if you get the chance to watch V/H/S, do it! It's bloody, it's scary, it's haunting, and if you're anything like me, you'll know it scared you when it's 1:43 in the morning and the only thing you can do to make yourself fall asleep, is to review the film on IMDb.
As a horror film fanatic, I have seen my fair share of found footage horror films. Far too many if I'm being honest. Very few films do found footage well, yet so many do it. V/H/S is the former.V/H/S is the story of six short films in which a group of misfits are in search of a VHS tape that someone is willing to pay them for. They must break-into an old man's house and retrieve it. Once there, they must figure out which tape is the one they want. So, the characters play the tapes, while we the audience watches what they see on the tapes.The film is a found footage anthology in which <more>
different directors and writers tackled each segment. Very few films have genuinely scared me and stuck with me, The Poughkeepsie Tapes for example, and V/H/S did just that. All I'm going to say specifically is that I will never be able to hear "I like you" the same way again. I had heard about this film months ago, and how it was supposed to "save found footage horror films". I initially got excited about that, but my cynical side took that claim with a huge grain of salt.After seeing it three times now, I can honestly say V/H/S is not only one of the best horror films to come out in years, but one of the scariest as well. There were actual shots that have stuck with me for a few weeks after my last viewing. I am not easily rattled, but this film didn't hold back. When watching the film, I highly recommend being completely alone in the pitch dark to get the full experience of it.This film is flawed with bad acting, plot holes, and obvious influencing, but never does it take away from the fun of this film. Seeing how I, and most people, are sick of the found footage style movies, this is a breath of fresh air. Do not go into this film expecting explanation, because there isn't much. To some viewers, that may be off-putting, but I felt that it strengthened the stories as a whole. I cannot recommend this film any higher to horror fans. If you're a horror fan, especially one who's been waiting for a good found footage film, V/H/S is a must-see.
really considered intelligent horror (by himself-118-358001)
I was so impressed by this movie that I had to write a review. It's a beautifully crafted sub-genre horror movie. Before I start the review I have to say, what annoys me is any review here that doesn't understand the genre really shouldn't get to review it. I mean to complain about shaking camera, when it's a found-film sub- genre, I mean really???! I hate Disney movies, but I don't go on IMDb saying they're rubbish, because it's just my opinion. Those movies weren't made for me. I appeal to everyone who doesn't like horror movies - STOP REVIEWING AND <more>
RATING THEM. phew, soap-box rant over!The most interesting thing about this movie is the attempt at mixing the portmanteau horror movie idea with the found-film, it's genius. You can get different directors to do each piece, fun all round. All the vignettes are beautifully crafted and for the most of the movie the tie-in plot works really well. For me, however, it starts to flag near the end, I began to feel that all the stories were so disconnected it was going to be really hard to pull them altogether into a coherent story universe storiverse? . But this type of horror - the collection of short story horror - which I've not seen attempted since those 60's movies like Roger Corman's Tales of Terror or Freddie Francis' Dr. Terror's House of Horrors best horror movie name ever, right? all tend to suffer from the same problem, multiple story arc's start to wear the audience out and start to compete with the wrapping story. That would be my only criticism of this carefully crafted, almost master-piece. This movie's going to be around for a long time. A horror genre lover's must-see.
Terrific collection of "found footage" horror! (by PKazee)
Saw this at the Fantasia film festival and I hope to have an opportunity to see it with an audience again, as I'm not sure the film would be as effective if one were to watch it alone at home. In any case, V/H/S is a collection of short "found footage" horror films produced by Brad Miska, the man behind bloody-disgusting.com. It features the directing talents of several established Indy filmmakers including David Bruckner THE SIGNAL , Ti West THE INNKEEPERS , Glenn McQuaid STAKE LAND , Adam Wingard A HORRIBLE WAY TO DIE , noted mumblecore actor/director Joe Swanburg, and the <more>
popular internet video collective known as Radio Silence best known for the various CHAD, MATT & ROB INTERACTIVE ADVENTURE's . I enjoyed each and every segment, though the two the stand up the best to post-Experience scrutiny are probably Bruckner's AMATEUR NIGHT and Swanburg's THE STRANGE THING THAT HAPPENED TO EMILY WHEN SHE WAS YOUNG . In AMATEUR NIGHT, a couple of guys give a pair of Spycam glasses to a friend and the three go out to have a wild night on the town. They end up bringing two young woman back to their apartment, one of whom seems extremely "game", while the other might as well actually BE game, in as much as she behaves like an excited, yet cautious animal, her eyes always bugged out, her head turning sharply and rapidly at every movement or sound, and rather than speak, she hisses in barely intelligible verbalized feral spurts. And sure enough, once her clothes come off, one discovers that there's much more to this gal than could ever have been imagined. As for STRANGE THING THAT HAPPENED TO EMILY, this one involves a series of often stationary Skype video conversations between a man and a women, the later convinced that a peculiar entity is inside her house, perhaps the ghost of a child with which she hopes to communicate while her boyfriend helplessly looks on through the laptop screen. Those who easily get queasy from constant "swingcam" footage, will be particularly pleased with the inclusion of this one.The other segments are: Second Honeymoon Ti West - A couple's vacation is compromised by a mysterious nocturnal intruder.Tuesday the 17th Glenn McQuaid - A young woman is not honest about her intentions when she brings her friends out to a secluded spot in the woods where several murders once occurred.10/31/98 Radio Silence - Friends set off for a party dressed up in lame Halloween costumes, but instead of arriving at their intended destination, they find themselves in a demoniacally haunted house at the absolute worst time possible.and the wraparound... Tape 56 Adam Wingard - Some guys are paid to break into a house and steal a video tape. When they get there they find a dead man and DOZENS of tapes. In order to find the tape they've been asked to steal, they begin watching the tapes one after another the other 5 stories being what they find on those tapes .
Excellent found footage horror anthology (by Red-Barracuda)
Some folks might be a little deterred from seeing V/H/S when they learn it's a found footage movie. Well, rest assured, there's nothing to worry about as this is an excellent example of the sub-genre. Perhaps at the root of the film's success is its structural format. It's an anthology movie, made up of a selection of short stories based around a series of videotapes found by burglars at a scary house. While some of the segments are better than others, where this one scores is that even the weaker stories contain some very scary moments. Each and every one delivers the goods <more>
in this respect and that's half the battle when it comes to horror flicks. The different stories are basically disturbing in the way that the best found footage flicks are, in that we are literally put right into the shoes of these people and their terror transmits more easily.I won't reveal many details of the contents but, amongst other things, there is a vampire, malevolent ghosts, a supernatural serial killer, a house invader and a weird ritual. There's a skillful combination of visceral and suggested horror. From the former there are several scenes of blood and guts including a beheading by knife and some disembowellings. But it's the mysterious moments that create the genuine tension, such as sinister figures seen briefly on camera, strange sounds and general weird goings on. The combination with both styles of horror is very successful. Overall, I have to say that this is a rather fine example of a recent horror film. It's genuinely unsettling quite often and the anthology format means that no idea overstays its welcome. It's definitely worth catching this one.
suspension of disbelief (by darksideofthespoon-622-36121)
I can understand if you do not like the so-called 'found footage' films, for example; Blair Witch and Cloverfield. I must admit, some of them work, some of them don't. Cloverfield worked for me, but only on the big screen in a cinema. Blair Witch worked for me, but only on a small PC monitor. Some things work better depending on the way you view these things, but also, what works with one person, will not work with another, everybody is different.With that out of the way, let me honestly try to convince you that my small review on this film is mainly based on its merits, and not <more>
just what I enjoy personally.I think the credit is due to the effort that went behind making this film, because even though each of the video tapes the guys find and watch are very strange and hard to swallow, they have genuinely tried hard to convey a sense of realism. But it also helps if the viewer made a little effort, and suspended your disbelief in order to get into the film. Some people can do this easier than others. If your a horror fan, this will entertain at the very least. Each of the five found tapes start off innocently enough like home movies, but each one reveals shocking footage of something strange or unravels into a horrifying ordeal. It reminded me of 'Tales of the unexpected' or 'The Twilight Zone' but with the use of a hand-held camera instead.Again, it'll either work for you or it wont. But the makers of this film tried hard and kudos to them. The effects were great, the acting was as expected, just as in any 'found footage', if its going to convey realism, its NOT going to have Oscar worthy acting, don't forget these are meant to be 'real' people. And the stories behind each tape were all entertaining.In the end then, before you watch it, heres some top tips; Turn the lights out. Keep telling yourself that what you are watching is 'real'. Open your mind. And enjoy.