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V/H/S

Review by Andrew MacArthur

StarsCalvin Reeder, Joe Swanberg, Jas Sams | Directed by Ti West, Glenn McQuaidAdam WingardDavid BrucknerJoe SwanbergRadio Silence

Found footage horror V/H/S has completely revitalised a played-out, repetitive style of filmmaking with six chilling anthology tales. Ti West (House of The Devil), Glenn McQuaid (I Sell The Dead) and Adam Wingard (A Horrible Way To Die) are just three of the directors to contribute to this chilling anthology.

V/H/S opens with a group of criminals assaulting young women and vandalising property. They are hired by an anonymous client to break into an abandoned house and obtain a mysterious video tape.  The group begin to work their way through a series of terrifying tapes, each revealing a different short film. V/H/S manages to fuse so many horror sub-genres together in an innovative and chilling manner, »

- Phil

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