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All Cheerleaders Die
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Stage Fright
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Wolf Creek 2
The Long Awaited Sequel!
Last year’s V/H/S took a lot of viewers by surprise. Some loved it for its innovative take on the found footage genre going around these days, and some folks, well…hated it. Everything from “This MORE
“V/H/S/2” is a rare film in that the sum of its parts supersedes the average portions of the individual segments ... The final verdict is that the total package provides 90 minutes of horror MORE
I liked but did not love V/H/S, having issues with pretty much every segment (some more damaging than others) and being disappointed with the total lack of payoff in the wraparound sequence. But happily, I can MORE
The success of the low budget V/H/S last year proved that the found footage horror genre is a great way to do a horror anthology, with the style itself linking vignettes together in a way that doesn't require MORE
Anthologies are pretty easy to review, truth be told, so let's cut right to the point: if you liked last year's horror collection called V/H/S then there's virtually no chance that you'll dislike MORE
Where V/H/S was a raw, lo-fi and frightening odyssey via POV, its sequel is—and from the very outset—bigger, weirder and even reflective of its predecessor. In the first few minutes alone, S-VHS runs MORE
2012’s V/H/S hit the Sundance Film Festival with such gory success that it only makes sense that the guerilla team of next generation horror directors, writers, and producers would team up again and try to MORE
Though perhaps not the very most consistent of films, V/H/S set a high bar for found footage anthology chillers. Only one year later and the team that brought us that film is back with the follow-up, S-VHS. Of the MORE