GREAT!!!!! Some of the stories weren't as scary as the rest, but, all in all it did scare me, very well done for it's kind, what special effects it had were amazing, great, weird, horror movie.
Very good This is less is movie and more an anthology of stories. Each story is actually well done and compelling. The found footage aspect Is way to played out but the stories are so interesting and diverse you forget that flaw quickly and it doesn't impact the experience enough to detract from the enjoyment
AWESOME LOW BUDGET FILM!!! This movie shocked the hell out of me! Normally I don't care for low budget, straight to DVD movies but this horror flick was great. I love anthology films, and this one made me proud. It was entertaining, gory, and scary. Great, great horror film!!
A Very Fun Movie This movie seems to be pretty divisive. Either you love it or you'll hate it. I loved it. Yes it's "Found Footage" but there was great detail put into the stories and special effects. It is one of the most original and fun horror movies in some time...
Found footage & a flimsy framing device. A must-see for found-footage film buffs (the sort who seek out the form that was made popular by "The Blair Witch Project"), but utterly skip-able for horror fans who like a coherent narrative. V/H/S benefits from an improvisational feel and smart low-budget techniques, and the anthology idea is dealt with in a competent way. Unfortunately, the story that brings these shorts together is flimsy at best, gratuitous at worst. One gets the feeling that the production team knew they had a marketable collection of short films, but defaulted to Dude-Nation-Stuck-in-Adolescence mode (Bare breasts? Check. Thugs who are cool with ransacking a house while dismissing a dead man in a chair? Check. Sure, let's head into the basement of this house containing a dead man? Check again. Hey! Look at all these tapes! Lemme settle down in front of this corpse to enjoy some home movies!) Best short: Second honeymoon. Short that could have been left on the cutting room floor: Haunted House.
Had potential, but... Mostly way too queasy and rushed, though the first story was quite good; opening the movie with an extended sequence of white dudes enjoying their "rape cam" got the whole thing off to a horrible start.
Cast and credits
From the innovative minds that brought you last year's V/H/S comes V/H/S/2, an all-new anthology of dread, madness, and gore. Searching for a missing student, two private investigators break into his abandoned house and find a collection of mysterious VHS tapes. In viewing the horrific contents of each cassette, they realize there may be terrifying motives behind the student's disappearance.
An unexplained blackout plunges the city of Detroit into total darkness, and by the time the sun rises, only a few people remain, surrounded by heaps of empty clothing, abandoned cars and lengthening shadows. A small handful of strangers that have survived the night (Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton, John Leguizamo and Jacob Latimore) each find their way to a rundown bar. With daylight beginning to disappear completely and whispering shadows surrounding the survivors, they soon discover that the enemy is the darkness itself.
David Drayton (Thomas Jane) and his young son Billy (Nathan Gamble) are among a large group of terrified townspeople trapped in a local grocery store by a strange, otherworldly mist. David is the first to realize that there are things lurking in the mistÉdeadly, horrifying thingsÉcreatures not of this world. Survival depends on everybody in the store pulling togetherÉbut is that possible, given human nature? As reason crumbles in the face of fear and panic, David begins to wonder what terrifies him more: the monsters in the mistÑor the ones inside the store, the human kind, the people that until now had been his friends and neighbors? In this legendary tale of terror from master storyteller Stephen King, the thin veneer of civilization is stripped away, the masks are discarded, and the true horror is revealed as us.
Adapted from the terrifying short story by suspense master, Stephen King. Renowned horror novelist Mike Enslin (John Cusack) believes only in what he can see with his own two eyes. But after a string of bestsellers discrediting paranormal events in the most infamous haunted houses and graveyards around the world, he has no real proof of life...afterlife. But Enslin's phantom-free run of long and lonely nights is about to change forever when he checks into suite 1408 of the notorious Dolphin Hotel for his latest project, "Ten Nights in Haunted Hotel Rooms." Defying the warnings of the hotel manager (Samuel L. Jackson), the author is the first person in years to stay in the reputedly haunted room. Another bestseller may be imminent, but like many Stephen King heroes, first he must go from skeptic to true believer -- and confront his demons to survive the night. MPAA Rating: PG-13 © 2007 The Weinstein Company, LLC
EMILY (Anna Ishida), a troubled spirit, haunts her own house every day, wondering why she can't leave. With the help of SYLVIA (Jeannie Barroga), a clairvoyant hired to rid the house of spirits, Emily is forced into a 'patient/therapist' relationship, uncovering disturbing mysteries about her past that may help her move on to 'the next place'.
Winner of 4 Best Film awards and placed in over a dozen Top Ten lists, , I AM A GHOST is the second narrative feature from H.P. Mendoza (writer of COLMA: THE MUSICAL and director of FRUIT FLY).
Patrick McCord doesn't accept the explanation of his sisters mysterious death as suicide, and instead teams up with a team of paranormal investigators to delve deeper into the inexplicable circumstances that surround what he believes to be murder. The teams investigation leads them from one bizarre and frightening clue to another, at the center of which seems to exist something evil and terrifying, a presence well beyond their wildest imaginations and experiences. Before long, they realize this deadly entity has now targeted each of them, and they are confronted with the impossible challenge of defeating it and saving their own lives. In the end, what survives, and is presented here, is the disturbing footage that Patrick and his team shot, footage that if seen by others, likely endangers the viewer, marking them as the next victim of this powerful and evil force. Be careful what you chase you just might end up catching it.
Internationally respected Siamese twin surgeon Dr. Josef Heiter has a demented vision for mankind's future existence. He wants to remove human beings' kneecaps so they have to exist on all fours and then surgically graft them mouth-to-anus to form a centipede chain. When two stranded female Americans arrive at his luxury home-cum-hospital looking for help, his long-gestating plan swiftly moves into chilling action with a shocking force. Kidnapping a third Japanese male tourist he begins the tissue matches, teeth removal and buttock moulding to create his triplet creature...
When a pair of small town cops go radio silent on a routine call, police chief Bridge (Sully Erna) must go in to investigate. The search and rescue mission becomes a fight of epic proportions when those sent in to help are confronted with a force they've never seen before, and an evil that they never knew existed. Army of the Damned is a gruesome battle sure to scare the hell out of you!
In the dying days of World War II, a battalion of Russian soldiers find themselves lost in enemy territory. Stumbling upon a village decimated by an unseen terror, they discover that a mad scientist (Hellboys Karel Roden) conducts experiments to fuse flesh and steel, creating an unstoppable army of undead soldiers. Leaderless and faced with dissention amongst their dwindling ranks, they must find the courage to face down this terrifying new menace or die trying.
Paranormal investigators set out to film Richard Speck's ghost at the site of his heinous killing spree. The victims' families have finally released the footage that documents their last days.
MPAA Rating: NOTRATED
MPAA Rating: NOTRATED
Cast: Tony Besson, Jennifer Robyn Jacobs and Mike Holley