V/H/S (Blu-ray)

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Found footage horror anthology comprised of short films from a variety of directors bound together by a framing narrative in which a group of burglars break into an isolated house and play the videotapes they find. The directors to contribute the terrifying films on the VHS tapes are David Bruckner, Glenn McQuaid, Ti West, Joe Swanberg and the four auteurs who comprise Radio Silence, with Adam Wingard directing the sequences that follow the effects of the videos on the burglars who view them. The actors to appear include Calvin Reeder, Lane Hughes, Kentucker Audley, Hannah Fierman and Jas Sams.

Product Details

Barcode
5060116727586
Department
Movies & TV
Released
28 Jan 2013
Type
Movies
Format
Blu-ray
Genre
Horror
Region
Region B
Language
English
Extras
  • Interactive Menus
Runtime
116 min
Age Restriction
18
Supply Source
UK

Movie

Title
V/H/S
Release Year
2012
Running Time
115 min
Language
English
Categories
Horror/Suspense / Criminals / Haunted Houses
US Box Office
$99.8 million
Official Website
http://www.facebook.com/VHSfilm
Ratings
IMDb
5.8
Rotten Tomatoes®
58% 41%
Metacritic
55
Synopsis
A group of criminals scour a secluded country home for a mysterious videotape, and bear witness to scenes of unimaginable terror in this found-footage-style anthology horror film featuring segments from Glenn McQuaid (I SELL THE DEAD), Ti West (HOUSE OF THE DEVIL), Joe Swanberg (SILVER BULLETS), David Bruckner (THE SIGNAL), Adam Wingard (YOU'RE NEXT, and Radio Silence). It seemed like a simple job; all they needed to do was enter the home, find the videotape, and deliver it to their boss. But from the moment they arrived, a sinister tension descended. Gaining access to the house, the young thugs discover a rotting corpse amidst a collection of vintage television sets, and stockpiles of VHS tapes. Somewhere amidst the stacks is the tape they seek, but with each new video they watch, the dread continues to build. The sights that they witness are too horrible for words, but the greatest shock is yet to come.
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Poster for V/H/S
Cast & Crew
Director
David Bruckner / Glenn McQuaid / Radio Silence / Joe Swanberg / Ti West / Adam Wingard
Star
Calvin Reeder / Kate Lyn Sheil / Joe Swanberg / Sophia Takal / Adam Wingard
Co-Star
Kentucker Audley / Simon Barrett / Matt Bettinelli-Olpin / Melissa Boatright / Nicole Boccumini / Bryce Burke / Sarah Byrne / Joshua Carey / Eric Curtis / Mike Donlan / Nicole Erb / Hannah Fierman / Corrie Lynne Fitzpatrick / Melinda Fleming / Tyler Gillett / Liz Harvey / Isaiah Hillman / Taliyah Hillman / Lane Hughes / Daniel Kaufman / Justin Martinez / Koz McCrane / Glenn McQuaid / Bilal Mir / Drew Moerlein / Rob Mosca / Paul Natonek / Andrew Droz Palermo / Norma C. Quinones / Graham Reznick / Helen Rogers / Jennifer Sacks / Jas Sams / Drew Sawyer / Frank Stack / Damion Stephens / Joey Sykes / Nicholas Tecosky / Chad Villella / John Walcutt / Jason Yachanin / Jeannine Yoder
Screenwriter
Simon Barrett / Matt Bettinelli-Olpin / David Bruckner / Tyler Gillett / Justin Martinez / Glenn McQuaid / Radio Silence / Nicholas Tecosky / Chad Villella / Ti West
Composer
Graham Reznick
Special Effects
Lacramioara
Director of Photography
Eric Branco / Tyler Gillett / Justin Martinez / Glenn McQuaid / Andrew Droz Palermo / Radio Silence / Victoria K. Warren / Ti West / Michael J. Wilson / Adam Wingard
Assistant Director
Gene Smith
Sound
Aaron Barnes / Lucas Clyde / Kevin Duval / Doug Johnson / Graham Reznick / Joe Swanberg
Sound Re-Recording
Doug Johnson
Stunt Coordinator
Elizabeth Davidovich
Set Decorator
Sam Carter / Molly Coffee / Chelsea Turner
Makeup
Jessica Hoffman
Music Director
Dan Dixon / Hilary Yarbrough
Visual Effects Designer
Itaki Design Studio / Neal Jonas / John C. Loughlin / Justin Martinez / Glenn McQuaid / Ryan Miller
Production Manager/UPM
Amy Vadnais
Special Effects Supervisor
Blake Myers
Special Makeup Effects
Brian A. Spears / Lino Stavole
Makeup Designer
Fawn Ortega
Photography
Ivan Alonso Solas
Movie Critics
Box Office
4 stars out of 5 -- "Making the villains both human and spectral is a sly maneuver by cunning scriptwriter Simon Barrett..."
Sara Vizcarrondo (31 Aug 2012, )
Sight and Sound
"There is some variety, with the urban night-crawling of Wingard, Bruckner and RADIO SILENCE contrasting with the sunnier country trips of West and MQuaid..."
Kim Newman (1 Feb 2013, )
Total Film
"The genius of this horror taster, which features six up-and-coming filmmakers breathing new life into the found-footage genre, is that everyone’s eager to prove themselves, so they all bring their A-game."
Matt Glasby (13 Dec 2012, )