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.
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.
Conclusion: V/H/S is proof that there's not much more than can be done with found-footage horror films. Yes, it's a technique/genre that can work in the right hands, and with the right story, but it so rarely does.