Summary: Individually the stories are ok I guess but the main plot holding them all together is what lets the whole movie down because it simply doesn't do what it is supposed to do. In the end this is just 6 random short horror movies shot on handheld cameras randomly shoved together. If it had said that's what it was going to be from the start I would have got less annoyed with it. This could have been so much better.
Summary: A film that wants to be oh so edgy, but ends up having more in common with those creaking old anthology movies from the 70's, where peter Cushing etc turn up,tell a story and then find out there all dead or in hell or living in Stevenage. But these guys can't even give us those delights. The only thing that unites the filmmakers of v/h/s is their depiction of the ugly,loud,stupid American male.
Summary: Fun, shocking and jaw-dropping. V/H/S does have it's flaws; such as some segments being not as good as others, some bad acting and plenty of horror cliches. But it is one hell of a found footage film and is probably one of the better ones released this year.
Summary: such a poor film. the idea is good but in no way did they pull it off. no plot what so ever as the 'plot' scenes have very little dialogue and even when your seeing them it takes a while to figure out your not just watching another short. the actual shorts themselves are like the makers got random people to shoot home movies and send them in. such a pointless waste of time.
Summary: as i can't think of any other way to do this, i will give each segment a rating, all of them deliver at least some scares, not all of them work as well as they're meant to, but hey, it's scary, violent, and quite fresh, ironically enough, because of it's nostalgic qualities, it puts every other found-footage horror film to shame, now, with the individual ratings: 1 - 8.1 2 - 9.2 3 - 7.6 4 - 9.1 5 - 6.5 6 - 8.9 … Expand