Horror Movie Reviews
In 2012, anthology film “V/H/S” captured the interest of the horror community. Though met with mixed reviews, the movie’s concept—six short segments, all shot in the increasingly-popular “found footage” style and presented within the narrative as tapes from a mysterious snuff film collection—was fresh enough to garner major attention, and, of course, spawn a sequel.
2013’s “V/H/S 2” (formerly titled the more-clever “S-V/H/S”), much like the first installment, is a mixed bag. While this sequel improves on many of the first’s problem areas, it also makes some new mistakes and manages to repeat old ones.
This time around, there are only five segments (including the wrap-around framing story). While the pace of the film is considerably improved compared to its predecessor, one less segment also means a little less variety. Continue ReadingRead More