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Oct 19 2022

V/H/S/99 (2022) – Movie Review

Who knew the V/H/S series would be as fun as it is? After ten years, a new band of writers and directors have kept this franchise going… and have actually improved upon it. With a tighter and more hilarious frame story – which eventually dovetails into the usual band of hooligans doing hooligan shit – and […]
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Oct 5 2012

V/H/S

(This review was originally published on October 5, 2012 at Reel Film News) Hmmmm…. an exclusively ‘found footage’ horror anthology. There’s an interesting concept. Like many compilations of its genre, “V/H/S” is hit or miss; sometimes it’s delightfully disturbing, and other times it feels recycled and uninspired. Consisting of five tales shot in the POV style […]
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Aug 31 2012

V/H/S

(This review originally appeared at Reel Film News on August 31, 2012.) Anthology films can be a lot of fun. 1982’s Creepshow, directed by George A. Romero (of Night of the Living Dead fame) and written by Stephen King, took us through as many as five stories of the macabre and terrifying – depending on […]
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