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Plot: Searching for a missing student, two private investigators break into his house and find collection of VHS tapes. Viewing the horrific contents of each cassette, they realize there may be dark motives behind the student's disappearance. Runtime: 96 mins Release Date: 05 Aug 2013
S-VHS Improves In Chills And Thrills (by godzillatokyos-o-s)
S-VHS is the follow up to last year's V/H/S, and features a new compilation of horror shorts from different directors. The main story is about two private investigators who are hired to find a missing college student. After breaking into his house, they find it empty, only with a pile of TV's and VHS tapes, which have "WATCH" written on them.This movie is shorter than the first one, but it's for the best, and whereas the first had 6 tapes, this one has 5, but each of them are better than the one's from the original.The tapes are shot in a POV style, and all of them <more>
include crazy things like aliens, zombies, demons, etc.REVIEW OF THE TAPES IN ORDER OF Appearance :TAPE 47: Two investigators search for a missing student, and after breaking into his house, they start watching the VHS tapes that they find. The story still can't explain how the tapes ended up there, but you have to just forget about that, so it get's a 6/10CLINICAL TRIALS: This short is about a man who has replaced his eye with a cyborg-robot eye, and, for quality measures, the company of the eye decides to record what it sees for "quality checks". Things go very, very wrong when the eye starts recording ghosts of people around the house. This tape relies on jump-scares and is fun and scary at the same time, and includes a good underwater scene, so it get's a 7/10A RIDE IN THE PARK: This one is definitely the most innovating one and is about a biker that's riding his bicycle with a GoPro helmet, which has a camera. Soon, a zombie outbreak occurs and trying to rescue a woman, the biker gets bit and falls to the ground. He then "wakes up" and the rest of the tape is the zombie biker chasing and killing people, along with the rest of the horde. This one has a very cool scene where the biker storms a birthday party and starts biting the crap out of everyone, so it get's a good score of 8.5/10SAFE HAVEN: Alright, so this is the tape that you payed to watch. It is about an Indonesian film crew who is shooting a documentary about a mysterious cult that lives in the country side. The cult leader allows them to record, and soon, s*** hits the fan. I'm not going to tell you much about this one, because you just have to see it for yourself, because not only is this tape the best in S-VHS AND V/H/S, as it's one of the best short, modern-horror films that has been made. You may be thinking that this is just my opinion, but if you go read the critics reviews, they all say the same. Safe Haven constantly makes you feel uncomfortable and disturbed, as through the film, more gore and hideous creatures are shown, including a monster than will be burnt into your brain for years. Safe Haven is the longest tape in S-VHS, running through 40 minutes, but it's definitely worth a watch, and it's probably the reason the Blu-Ray will be bought for. Safe Haven gets a 10/10SLUMBER PARTY ALIEN ABDUCTION: Alright, if there was an Oscar for "Best Movie Title", this one would win. Not only is the title of this tape awesome, as the actual tape has some pretty spectacular scenes. SPAB is about a group of 13-year-old kids that are left alone with their big sister and her boyfriend at their lodge while their parents are gone for the day and night. This tape is the most spectacular. This tape is shot through a very uncommon way: the kids strap around a camera to their dog, and he records the kids doing things like building skate ramps and provoking their sister. Things go bad when creatures from outer space storm the lodge and everything gets noisy and crazy, with the creatures chasing the kids, while the dog is barking and going crazy. This one is easily the coolest and had the most "WHAT THE F*** WAS THAT?" moments, so it get's a 9/10VERDICT:S-VHS improves so much on the first one, not only on the quality of the tapes, as it removes most of the uninteresting stuff like the stupidity of some characters of the first movie. This is an anthology film, so character development can't be fully explored, but it's a good mix of adrenaline, fear and just pure fun, so make sure you watch this movie with a couple of friends, and not people that are snobs to this kind of films. You may think that I was overreacting with the "Safe Haven" segment, but trust me, I'm not. It is the best short horror film, and is the segment that you would think "Damn, I wish that was an actual feature film", so I'm pretty sure everyone will buy the movie just for that 40 minute film that's packed with scares, disturbing scenes and an incredible atmosphere that will make chills run through your spine.S-VHS gets an incredible score of 8.5/10
Towers Above The First With Harrowing Stories & Imagery 9.5/10 (by Chaosmetal69)
I don't often hand out high ranks to found footage movies unless I really was impressed and to say I am impressed is an understatement. This film is nothing short of a treat to horror audiences everywhereI'm going to briefly review each title with 0 spoilers, a quick synopsis, and why it was good or bad.Tape 47: This is the generalized tape that leads the investigators to the house, They're searching for a boy gone missing. I thought it was a much needed improvement over the first generalized tape in V/H/S. I'll leave it at that and say that the end result of their journey to <more>
this house leaves the audience to decide what happenedClinical Trials: 7.5/10 This is about a man who gets a cybernetic eye attached to his eye but its on a trial period because it is new technology. He begins to experience strange hallucinations and other weird things that happen to him. Overall this one was the weakest link of them all for me, The effects though and scares were excellent but the whole story to this one just didn't seem to fit too much. It was still highly enjoyable though.A Ride In The Park: 9.5/10 LOVED this one and probably one of my new favourite zombie shorts ever. The synopsis: A man riding his bike that becomes infected from some campers. The camera on his bike helmet slowly unfolds the chronology of what happens after he is infected and how the plague spreads. MAN if they could do this idea in a big city or something...wow it was so well executed, the effects, acting, and how it developed had me glued to the screen.Sacred Haven: 9.7/10 This was about a documentary crew that sets out to film a religious place that supposedly involves a lot of controversy. The guy that directed the segment "L is for Libido" in ABC's of Death did this one and that segment in that other movie was the best of the alphabet so I was amped about this one. This one probably had the strongest story of the bunch and was probably my favourite. It was scary, disturbing, yet insanely intense at the same time. As this one unfolds it gets quite unsettling very fastSlumber Party Alien Abduction: 8/10 Well the synopsis for this one is pretty much in the title. I felt like they could have approached this one in a different manner but it still really impressed me. You'll get a few chuckles out of the story in the beginning in this one. You'll also get a few hints along the way before the storm hits that something very bad is going to happen. This one felt really disturbing at the end but it was extremely well done. My only qualms with it was I felt that they shouldn't have jumped to the action so quickly and built it up more gradually instead. STILL very good thoughFinal Thoughts: This film is a huge tribute to horror fans everywhere and is top notch quality. I really hope this film takes off and more people see it because it is just too good not to see in my opinion, ESPECIALLY if you love horror and hand held footage. I feel extremely satisfied and very grateful that the directors made this piece of artwork for us to all enjoy.
One of the BEST Horror Anthologies out there! (by Michael-Hallows-Eve)
Well I may be biased because I like 'found-footage' movies but this is one of the best, if not the best, Anthology style horror movies I've seen. The stories in this are as follows:Part 1, Act 1; Main linking story 'Tape 49' is about two private investigators who are looking for a student who went missing. They break into his house and find lots of VHS tapes. They start to watch them and what they see is unexplainable. > I liked how this starts off and gets you ready for what you are about to witness.Part 2; 'Phase I Clinical Trials' is about a guy who has <more>
just had a camera placed where his left eye used to be. He lost the eye in a car accident, and now with the aid of the camera eye he can see. But he starts to see things that he can't explain, they can only be explained as being ghosts or something like that. But they start to make him rethink having the eye, and he wants rid of it, at any cost. > This was pretty good. I liked the camera in the eye thing. I was quite scared in some parts of this, and I LOVE that. 8 out of 10.Part 3; 'A Ride in the Park' is about a guy who fits a camera to his bike helmet and one to his bike as he heads off to ride along some bike tracks. But he runs into a woman who is scared and running from something. He soon finds out what she was running from, zombies! What happens next is caught on camera. > This was one of my favorite stories. The zombie thing has been done to death pardon the pun but this is one of the best short zombie films you'll see. And the ending is almost tragic. Makes you rethink how zombies feel. 9.5 out of 10.Part 4; 'Safe Haven' is about a film crew who meet up with a supposed 'cult' leader. They want to delve deeper in to what is happening at the compound, so they fit button size camera's to themselves and go into the compound to interview the cult leader. But they soon learn that there is more to this "cult" than they had thought, and what they thought was a routine interview turns into a struggle to survive. > WOW! This story has it all, intrigue, shock, horror, emotion and pure carnage. This is the best of all the stories in my opinion. Left an impression on me and that is a hard thing to do as I've seen some great horror. 10 out of 10!Part 5; 'Slumber Party Alien Abduction' is about a group of kids. Their parents go out and leave them to enjoy the night with their friends and siblings. But while filming their antics they attach the camera to their pet dog. Then they unwittingly film things in the background. It all starts to get noticed as they get further in to their sleepover, and then they are attacked by some Alien looking creatures after a huge burst of light and sound. What happens at the end is a bit gut wrenching.... > This short was pretty good. I liked the hidden little glimpses of what is about to happen as you watch this keep looking in the background . Although probably the weaker of the shorts, it still had me gripped, and that ending, horrible. 7 out of 10.Part 1, Act 2; The movie finishes with the two private investigators and what happens to them. This part is also quite graphic, and it may put a lot of people off. Thats all I can say. > This finished off the film quite nicely. With shades of a few possession films of late in it, it was well done. And that one scene which will shock most people near the end, wow! Wraps up the movie nicely. 7.5 out of 10.WOW!! This was one of the best horror films I've seen in a while. I will have to watch it again as it was a total pleasure to see horror wise. The directors did a great job here. Very graphic which I liked and very well done. Top notch viewing and better than the first movie, and I gave that a solid 9 out of 10. So I give THIS movie overall a solid 10 out of 10!! It was that good!
This is waaayyyyy better than V/H/S ...MIND BLOWING !!!!!!! (by akshatpandey39-708-926286)
I wont be dramatic or a 'drama queen ' here..I'll be 100% frank...My rating is 9.5/10 in terms of a horror movie .All my worst nightmares that almost killed me are in this movie...THIS ONE IS WAYYYY BETTER THAN V/H/S...Well here are my rating for the 5 stories in it..TAPE 47 : I wont tell you about it much but I'll rate it 9.5/10 . I think this one was the best of all.CLINICAL TRIALS : It will give you chills for sure . 9/10 . It will torture you till the last moment . LOL..A RIDE IN THE PARK : Well even though of all the creatures/monsters , zombies are my favorite. but still <more>
this one is my least favorite . i ll rate it 7/10 , was kinda emotional though .SACRED HEAVEN : This one wont give you chills but it will torture you with its gory/violent ways..I ll give it 8/10SLUMBER PARTY ALIEN ABDUCTION : Well for me aliens are never that scary but this one really made them look like scariest things alive . This story might give you chills but it has 80's feel to it . 9/10If you really want to watch something really scary this one is for you... For the first time in my entire life I watched a movie with my hands in front of the eyes for more than half of the time.. it is not for the faint hearted though... :/
Like the original film except even a little better! (by Hellmant)
'V/H/S/2': Four and a Half Stars Out of Five Anthology horror film sequel to the 2012 hit about a house containing a collection of tapes each telling it's own grisly tale of murder and mayhem. This sequel revolves around two private investigators who enter the house in search of a missing college student. They of course watch the tapes and this film tells five different stories counting the central narrative instead of six, like the original. It's of course once again all told in the 'found-footage' format. The short films in this movie are made with higher <more>
production values and better quality filmmaking but they're also a little longer and more drawn out making the film slower paced overall . For a sequel that was rushed into production it's surprisingly good. I'd say slightly better than the original which I loved as well .The short films we're directed by Simon Barret and Adam Wingard returning from the first film as well as Eduardo Sanchez the co-director/co-writer of 'THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT' , Gregg Hale, Gareth Evans who also wrote and directed 'THE RAID: REDEMPTION' , Timo Tjahjanto who directed the infamous 'L if for Labido' segment in 'THE ABCS OF DEATH' and Jason Eisner who also directed 'HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN' . They were written by Barret, Eisner, Sanchez, Evans, Tjahjanto, Jamie Nash a usual writing partner of Sanchez's and first time screenwriter John Davies. Two of the shorts 'A Ride In The Park' and 'Safe Haven' both had two directors and two writers and multiple filmmakers also did shorts in 'THE ABCS OF DEATH' anthology horror film from earlier this year. The stories revolve around a guy who has a special eye with a camera transplanted in it that allows him to see the dead, a bicycle rider that's attacked by zombies, a news crew visiting an Indonesian cult and a slumber party attacked by aliens. The films all range in style and quality and while they are mostly longer and slower paced than the original films they're also better made and just better movies for the most part , overall. My favorite segment is 'A Ride In The Park' because it's about a man turned into a zombie, all from the zombie's point of view through a Go Pro camera on his bicycle helmet . I don't think it's ever been done before and it's pretty unique and interesting. It's probably the best film Sanchez has made since 'THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT'. The films are all once again extremely violent and gruesome sometimes overly so, especially 'Safe Haven' but I didn't really have a problem with any of them and enjoyed them all to a certain extent. If you're a horror fan especially the found-footage type you can't go wrong here. It's like the original film except even a little better!Watch our movie review show 'MOVIE TALK' at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v AGpMUj20Xx4
This film Improves upon the first in many ways, though not so much in scares. Sometimes spooky, hilarious, and downright bloody gross, this film is a worthy sequel to a now beloved genre of short films. The best part is never being tied to one plot. While episode 2 offered us nothing too new no spoilers , episode 3 cleansed the palette, ditched the writer and director, and dove head on into madness via the imaginations of a new duo. The only real sacrifice with this film is that it leaves behind the spine tingling haunts and beefs up the gore, but this is more so a nitpick. Looking forward <more>
to what comes next from these disturbingly gifted minds!
V/H/S/2 is one of those rare sequels that improves on the original in almost every way. Everything is bigger, funnier, bloodier, but also shorter, with one less segment compared to the last film. However, less is more when it comes to this sequel. From the four segments that are included in this anthology excluding the wrap-around segment , two are excellent, one is good, and the "worst" one is pretty entertaining, providing a more consistent quality of shorts as opposed to the first. Although I enjoyed the first one greatly, I must admit it doesn't hold up as well on repeat <more>
viewings. Nevertheless, whether you enjoyed or hated the first film, V/H/S/2 is a clear improvement, fixing some of the major problems that were in V/H/S. In fact, some might be glad to know the misogyny that plagued the first film is toned down tremendously here. Additionally, the less you know going into this, the better, so I'll keep my reviews for each segment as vague and general as possible. They are shown in the following order: 1. The wrap-around segment: Unfortunately, this segment doesn't add much to the overall narrative that was established in V/H/S. Everything is still pretty vague as to what the tapes are and where they come from. However, it's better than the wrap-around from the first because the ball gets rolling much quicker to get to the tapes that we all paid to see. 6/102. A guy gets a robotic eye implant that allows him to see ghosts. Directed by the talented Adam Wingard, this is the "worst" of all the tapes that are shown, but it isn't bad. There's an obvious gimmick here in the way the POV is handled, evoking the style of "Enter the Void," blinks and all, but it's entertaining and fun to watch as everything unfolds. 6/103. A guy rides his bike in a forest until he comes across some zombies. Just when you think the zombie genre is out of ideas, this segment provides a nifty twist to the situation, which I will not reveal. Although the idea is better than the execution, the segment is funny and very enjoyable, with an ending that will surprise you. 7/104. As we get to the latter half of shorts, things go into full throttle. A group of reporters interview the leader of a cult when things suddenly go downhill. Directed by Gareth Evans "The Raid" and Timo Tjahjanto, this is the best and the longest of the bunch, running about 30-40 minutes. To reveal anything about this segment is a sin, but I will say that it's one of the best horror shorts I've ever seen. The slow buildup and expert pacing allows time for the characters to grow before all hell breaks loose, and when I say that, I really mean it. What follows after cannot be described in mere words, but trust me when I say V/H/S/2 is worth seeing just for this segment. To say the least, my visceral reaction would be hilarious to see. I was dying. 9/105. While it's obvious to say this last segment won't top the previous segment, it's almost as good in a different way. A group of kids have a slumber party when it's interrupted by extraterrestrial beings. Filled with energy, humor, scares, and incredible suspense, it's the most fun segment to experience. I was legitimately scared. While the previous segment is filled with dread and a sense of impending doom, this segment is more lighthearted and will make anyone giddy in their seats. It's like "The Goonies" with aliens, and boy will it have your heart racing. 9/10Overall, I enjoyed all the segments, although the last two are easily my favorites. I seriously thought I was going to have a heart attack. It's clear the filmmakers are having fun and want to entertain the audience, and they've succeeded on that level. V/H/S/2 is a step up from the first, and if you just want to have a fun time in theaters, I highly recommend it.
An insane fun horror anthology. Deserves more attention (by coolsavon)
~I want to start off by saying that V/H/S 2 is a huge step up from its predecessor. It delivers more chills, thrills, action, and what we enjoy most...FUN! I was completely thrown off when I first watched this movie. I didn't know it was going to be so insane. ~For the people who haven't seen the first V/H/S, basically the movies are about a bunch of 'found-footage' short horror stories played through VHS tapes by people in a house. While they are watching these VHS tapes, something spooky is also going on in the house as well that stretches through the whole movie giving you <more>
updates on what's happening in the between changing of tapes. Now let's get to the tapes which is the main focus of this film. I won't give super spoilers, but i'll just give brief description of each tape.TAPE 1 - "Phase 1 Clinical Trials" This ghost story tape is the only one that made me jump a bunch of times. It will be the jump scare tape and that's what it heavily focuses on in scaring you. I enjoyed it for it's jump scares, but there is a questionable scene in there that doesn't make any sense, but luckily, I, a horror movie fanatic, knows that you aren't suppose to take horror movies that seriously or think SUPER deep about it. This one gets a... 8/10 generous TAPE 2 - "A Ride in the Park" Ever wanted to see through the eyes of a zombie? Well this is your lucky short. This is a pretty cool zombie short. It could have been just a little bit better, but it is still pretty good thanks to a few awesome scenes in it. This one gets a... 7/10TAPE 3 - "Safe Haven" This insane short is definitely the best out of the bunch. It is completely insane, bizarre, violent, and fun at the same time. Easily the most craziest, but enjoyable short I have ever experienced. If you see this film, make sure you watch this tape. It's long, but the crazy ending is worth it. This one gets a... 9.5/10TAPE 4 - "Slumber Party Alien Abduction" Well, the title of the tape speaks for itself. This short gets pretty fun and intense, but the most noticeable aspect about this tape, is the unique way that it's filmed. The camera is actually attached to the back of a dog, so we see what the dog sees and I had to give a big thumbs up for that. It's pretty creative and actually works out well enough. This tape will have you wondering what the f**k is going on but keep you thoroughly entertained. This one gets a... 8/10Wrap Around Tape/Frame Narrative - "Tape 49" As I said before, this is the story that plays on while the tapes are being watched. Two private investigators are searching for a missing college boy. They break into his house, search for him a little, then start to watch the tapes which are the horror shorts that he has. This story had a pretty clever twist in it that leads up to it's ending which ends the whole film . This one gets a... 7/10OVERALL - 8/10. It's fun, has some scares, is over-the-top violent and insane, and a lot better than the first one. V/H/S 1 fans will LOVE V/H/S 2 and horror fans will love this as well.
A Rarity: A Horror Sequel That Outdoes Its Predecessor in Every Way (by Simon_Says_Movies)
We've got a rarity, folks. More than 2012's solid horror short amalgamation V/H/S which was primarily an assault on our primal fears and descended into emotional bleakness at times because of it this follow-up, while still hitting the right nerves, is also funnier, more self aware, more emotionally potent, and unafraid to venture into the far reaches of the genre. Instead of just ghostly tales presented in the found footage format we get infinitely clever approaches to zombies, aliens, demons and, for good measure, spirits as well.It is such a rarity because everything about V/H/S/2 <more>
is superior to the original even if I would have loved to see the veritable Ti West who directed a segment as well as feature fare House of the Devil and The Innkeepers return for another go I can't raise any other grudges. This sequel is leaner by a good 30 minutes, as I mentioned the segments are more varied in their sub genre, the framing story i.e. the context as to why we're watching these vignettes is scarier and lastly the film is more effective and as a whole because, simply put, the segments are aggregately stronger.Also for round two, behind each story are better known directors, though of course notoriety isn't always an indication of talent, their experience behind the camera and in the genre is certainly on display. Returning for another go are Simon Barrett and Adam Wingard who contribute the wrap-around entry and Phase I Clinical Trials respectively, and are joined by Eduardo Sanchez and Gregg Hale The Blair Witch Project with A Ride in the Park, Gareth Evans The Raid with Safe Haven and lastly Jason Eisner Hobo With a Shotgun with the wonderfully titled Alien Abduction Slumber Party.By far the two strongest stories are A Ride in the Park and Safe Haven. Though I may be biased, my personal favourite is the former. Why you ask? One word: zombies. With my affinity for the flesh chompers through the roof, any unique take on the genre wins my affection to an extent and when it is as fun, gory and bittersweet as A Ride in the Park my heart belongs to it indefinitely. This segment follows a mountain biker with a helmet cam running into a hoard of the undead, is subsequently bitten, and then gives birth to zombie vision by far the best type of vision . The camera work, dark humour and understanding of the tragic, damned nature of these creatures gels to truly wonderful effect.Safe Haven on the other hand is just balls-out insane, taking the kinetic blood letting of Evans' The Raid and blending it with the sensibilities of Rosemary's Baby and Martha Marcy May Marlene. When Evans isn't directing the hell out of his short, he's presenting us with some truly unsettling imagery before going all Cabin in the Woods and setting us down in a completely different place then when we started. One scene in particular that showcases his filmmaking prowess comes during a sequence involving a car crash. How anyone could pull off such a shot is beyond me but to do so with no budget is another achievement entirely.The other two main segments aren't quite as strong but what they lack in sustained ingenuity they make up for in straight up efficiency. Phase I Clinical Trials is essentially a mechanized blend of The Eye though the scares are certainly present. There is a sense of déjà vu in how a number of the sequences unfurl but if they can still make you grip your own fingers, then something is going right. Alien Invasion Slumber Party is a fantastic exercise in the use of sound as a force of Greys terrorizes a group of teens at a lakehouse. Anybody versed in horror will be no stranger to how important sound and musical chords are and how often they're abused and their significance is literally amplified here. Eisner's contribution may not be as scary as some of the others, but its urgency and sense of dread make up for it.I already iterated the upgrade that was the connecting material featuring a pair of private investigators looking for a missing college student though it suffers from the same inherent fault of that from the first film, that in having to break it up, tension is lost along the way. But far less then the original does it feel like a slog or burden – a watch-watcher while we wait for the next installment to begin.Horror fans should ultimately love what V/H/S/2 is dishing out, if not for its startling competency for the fact it has something for everyone. Not only that it uses its found footage format not to pander to fans of the popular gimmick but to both enhance the experience and approach it as a barrier – one that needs to be overcome using creative means. This anthology is a blast from beginning to end and the rare sequel of any genre to recognize the shortcomings of the first and not only fix them but freshen everything else up as well.