While I understand the love for horror in the 90's and how much of a big thing it was, it's now been done twice and I think it's enough, 94 & 99 still doesn't beat V/H/S 1 and 2, the 94 and 99 V/H/S movies are just based on gore, nothing else, with V/H/S 1 and 2 we had a mixture of zombies, aliens, demons, the paranormal, witches and other types of creatures, if they are going to create a V/H/S for next year I just hope they will do a V/H/S movie which is modernised and set within the 21st century and bring some new creativity of weird things we haven't seen before just exactly like the first 2 movies shown us & V/H/S 1 & 2 understood what people wanted from found footage, however after an early screening & watching V/H/S 99, it isn't bad but don't expect it to be as good as the first 2.
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Set at the dawn of a new millennium, V/H/S/99 presents viewers with five gory tales of found footage POV terror. In "Shredding," a bratty punk rock band breaks into the ruins of an abandoned art collective where a previous band met their grisly fate in a freak accident. In "Suicide Bid," a girl partakes in a claustrophobic hazing ritual for a sorority that soon unleashes the supernatural. Next, in "Ozzy's Dungeon," a sleazy TV show host is forced to endure a brutal obstacle gauntlet inspired by his own show, which caused the permanent disfigurement of a former contestant. In "The Gawkers," voyeuristic teenagers unearth the horrifying truth behind the girl next door. Finally, in "To Hell And Back," two filmmakers asked to document a summoning ritual on the eve of Y2K are accidentally transported to a hellish dimension, where a tormented soul guides them in escaping its demonic inhabitants.
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October 20, 2022 at 04:40 PM