Excerpt: Yes, the found footage technique: the first person narrative technique designed to give the audience the impression of the film being pieced together from a series of video recordings usually left behind by characters now believed dead.
Excerpt: An anthology film made up of five short stories by five different directors, 2012’s V/H/S is linked by Adam Wingard’s bookend segments which introduce us to a group of low fi redneck porno movie makers who use VHS era camcorders to coerce women into showing their goods for a quick buck.
Summary: I can easily say that I'm now a fan of 'V/H/S', and more notably the talent of Radio Silence. These original stories, along with the creative camerework, produce a lot of genuine scares. I can't wait to turn out the lights, and make my friends watch this film after midnight.
Excerpt: I don’t know if V/H/S is a serious movie, an excuse for directors Adam Wingard, Joe Swanberg, Ti West and some buddies to work through short film ideas, a larger commentary on the found footage genre or some alternative suggestion I haven’t considered.
Excerpt: One primary takeaway from The Blair Witch Project , the found-footage horror film that started it all, it was the revelation that under the right circumstances, something as simple and resolutely mundane as a pile of rocks—or a bunch of twigs knotted together—could terrify an audience.
Excerpt: Iedereen herinnert zich vast nog de oude getrouwe VHS tapes, de zwarte cassettes met ruisend beeld en soms onvast beeld. Voor de komst van DVD was het beste manier om iets op te nemen. Dit varieerde van films t