V/H/S: Viral is a 2014 American anthology horror film from Bloody Disgusting. The final film in the V/H/S trilogy, created by Brad Miska, features a series of found-footage shorts written and directed by Nacho Vigalondo, Marcel Sarmiento, Gregg Bishop, Justin Benson and Aaron Scott Moorhead.
Symphony No. 9 - chorale (4th movement)
Courtesy of RFCM Symphony Orchestra
Written by Ludwig van Beethoven (as Beethoven)
Performed by RFCM Symphony Orchestra
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Not great, I'd suggest watching it once to see what I mean
V/H/S 1 and 2 were amazing in my opinion. They had mostly no clichés and were really engaging. I'd re-watch them any day. I recently got to getting V/H/S: Viral and my friend and I love these movies so we were really excited to see this one. Sorry to say, but it was a huge disappointment... There were some very blunt parts, and some parts that seemed out of place. I also liked how in V/H/S 1 and 2 they were all from P.O.V Cameras. Or how it's also called, Shaky Cam. Everything is recorded from a personal camera making it seem more realistic. Some parts of this movie didn't have that. They were higher budget shots. I think they were going for a higher budget type movie to make it better but it made it worse. There are those Shaky cam parts but with it but not all like that, it didn't feel the same. I would hope that the Writers and Producers of this movie see all these reviews and decide to make V/H/S: Redemtion or V/H/S: Revival or something. A name of re-newel that stuck to the first two movies. I'm sorry to say, but If you're a fan of V/H/S, I wouldn't watch this. There are a couple decent parts, but nothing like the first two.
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