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(The Hollywood Reporter)   'V/H/S' horror movie franchise rewinds to the 90's   (hollywoodreporter.com) divider line
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2020-06-23 5:04:05 PM  
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2020-06-23 5:17:12 PM  
I'm not a hardcore super horror fan, but I dug the first V/H/S, and a couple of the vignettes from the others in the series.   they seemed to use plenty practical effects and focused on atmosphere vs. being gruesome just for the sake of..gruesomeness.
 
2020-06-23 5:28:41 PM  
v/h/s? Is that like a/s/l?
 
2020-06-23 5:30:13 PM  
V/H/S series is a surprisingly decent series. They're not all home runs, but still each one has some decent stories. Ended up watching Ready or Not again the other night and while going through IMDB about it, decided to look up the two directors to see what else they had done and was surprised to contributions to V/H/S there. See that they both had a hand in Southbound as well which has been on my to watch list for a moment and that will get it watched in the very near future.

Out of the two Clue-esque movies to come out recently with Ready or Not and Knives Out, I really thought I was going to like Knives Out more. While I really enjoyed them both, Ready or Not came out the winner for me. Don't know what it is but a love a movie where everyone is stuck in an old mansion or similar setting, like Murder by Death. Need more of those movies.
 
2020-06-23 5:42:56 PM  

phedex: I'm not a hardcore super horror fan, but I dug the first V/H/S, and a couple of the vignettes from the others in the series.   they seemed to use plenty practical effects and focused on atmosphere vs. being gruesome just for the sake of..gruesomeness.


Pretty good horror stories for the most part, and Hannah Hughes' bouncy scene in the 2nd movie was definitely memorable!
 
2020-06-23 5:49:53 PM  
I'm a fan too.  There are scenes I still think about out of nowhere that freak me out.

Definitely recommend.
 
2020-06-23 6:06:38 PM  
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She got her own spinoff movie called Siren that was okay, but not as good as the short
 
2020-06-23 6:20:17 PM  
A VCR is roughly the size of an Xbox One.
 
2020-06-23 6:27:05 PM  
Awesome! I really like those movies, and I look forward to this one.
 
2020-06-23 7:35:53 PM  

Porous Horace: a/s/l?


16/F/CA
 
2020-06-23 9:26:11 PM  

6nome: Porous Horace: a/s/l?

16/F/CA


I always used 16/F/FL to get the RuneScape rubes. Something about FL made it easier than California.

I guess that's part of the reason there is a Florida tag

/s_drop
 
2020-06-23 10:05:59 PM  

Bot v2.38beta: 6nome: Porous Horace: a/s/l?

16/F/CA

I always used 16/F/FL to get the RuneScape rubes. Something about FL made it easier than California.

I guess that's part of the reason there is a Florida tag

/s_drop


Or trying 57/F/AL

That's when things got really weird.
 
2020-06-23 10:30:21 PM  
"V/H/S" and "The ABCs of Death" are my favorite anthologies, along with "Trick 'r Treat".
 
2020-06-23 10:46:29 PM  

6nome: Bot v2.38beta: 6nome: Porous Horace: a/s/l?

16/F/CA

I always used 16/F/FL to get the RuneScape rubes. Something about FL made it easier than California.

I guess that's part of the reason there is a Florida tag

/s_drop

Or trying 57/F/AL

That's when things got really weird.


Did you enjoy the social security scams or was the weirdness that much fun?
 
2020-06-24 9:24:08 AM  
If you like V\H\S, or horror anthology movies in general, I recommend Southbound and The ABCs of Death 2. A Field Guide to Evil is also good, but is more subtle in its horror than other films of this type.
 
2020-06-24 9:27:05 AM  

skinink: "V/H/S" and "The ABCs of Death" are my favorite anthologies, along with "Trick 'r Treat".


IMO The ABCs of Death 2 was better than the 1st one. The initial directors didn't seem to quite "get" the concept.
 
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