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S-vhs, the sequel to found footage anthology V/H/S, has had its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival (look for a review soon), and we have a transcript of the Q&A that followed right here for you.
Be warned though... spoilers abound!
Q: If you make another one, what are you going to call it?
A: VHS-c Maybe.
Q: In the scene with the dog and the aliens, I was looking for a disclaimer at the end saying “no animals were harmed.” I didn’t see one so I thought there might be some people here concerned.
A: Yeah... no disclaimer at the end... yeah. Jason would have some funny stories about that because the kids were like feeding that dog hot dogs all the time. The date was almost comatose, so »
- Uncle Creepy
S-vhs will continue the fun from the first film, VHS. Premiering at Sundance '13, this sequel again brings several horrifying tales to the big screen. S-vhs will show at Sundance January 19th and the first trailer has been launched for the show. The short teaser mishmashes several short stories together. A child's birthday party is interrupted by some creature, another character drowns, while a man is attacked in his car by a dinosaur-like creature. The clip is short and chaotic. But, horror fans will find something here to entice them to the show, with a wide release for S-vhs sure to be announced soon. Premiere Date: January 19th (Theatrical). Writers: Simon Barrett, John Davies, Jason Eisener, Gareth Evans, Jamie Nash and Timo Tjahjanto. Cast: Adam Wingard, Lawrence Michael Levine, Kelsy Abbott, Hannah Hughes, L.C. Holt, Producers: Simon Barrett, Roxanne Benjamin, Gary Binkow, Kyle David Crosby, Brad Miska, Tom Owen, Adam Wingard, »
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2 items from 2013
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