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Submitted by danand82 898d ago | review

V/H/S Review | Clickonline

Clickonline writes: "The second half of V/H/S is more consistently enjoyable – effective apartment based creeps lead to full blown haunted house horror in the final piece, 10/31/98. Genuinely inventive, this finale ups the special effects quotient and scale, while also cleverly working a found footage conceit into the analogue days of the 90s. It’s my personal favourite and a great way to end the film." (Indie film, V/H/S) 3/5

aDDicteD  +   898d ago
VHS is a very good compilation of horror stories. 5 out of 6 were very interesting. the first episode was a great way to start and the final episode which was the exorcism/haunted house story was a very well executed finale. i am very excited about vhs 2 but i hope it wont be the next saw franchise who also started out very strong but sequels were lackluster to trash.

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