When we initially saw the horror anthology V/H/S we knew that one thing was for sure, the directing team of Radio Silence responsible for the film's haunted house segment was going places. In this case said places lead to Fox and a new film.
Okay, so it's not quite the most authentic format for a found footage flick entitled V/H/S, but hey, who are we to argue when we get some goodies for you guys? Up for grabs is a copy of the aforementioned shocker on Blu-ray. Get in here to win!
Like it or not, the collective efforts offered up in found footage anthology V/H/S made quite the mark on the genre last year, and to celebrate the upcoming theatrical, DVD and Blu-ray UK releases, Momentum Pictures have one very special screening quite literally in store.
If the Radio Silence team proved anything in the indie hit V/H/S, it's that they can do horror with flying colors as their segment in the anthology was the best the flick had to offer. That being said, 20th Century Fox took notice of this.
Finally the Sundance sensation known as V/H/S is coming home to Blu-ray and DVD, and we have a look at the artwork and more for you. The best part? You won't even have to adjust your tracking to watch it! Remember that? Ah, technology!
Hey you. Yeah, you, sitting there reading this. Whatcha doing? Have a couple of minutes? Of course you do! Wanna see something really scary? Then check out this latest clip from V/H/S.
Simon Barrett offered V/H/S fans a glimpse at an alternate ending of the film recently in the form of a still, and we have it for you right here. Check it out along with an explanation of why it didn't fit and was cut. Dig it!
On Saturday, September 22nd (that's tomorrow for you space cadets not following along), we'll be taking to our Twitter account to host a special fan chat with director Joe Swanberg, who came up with the segment "The Sick Thing That Happened to Emily When She Was Younger" from V/H/S.
Magnet has released Esad Ribic's comic-style one-sheet for V/H/S (review here) - the final one in the set - and we have this beauty right here for you to dig on.
The 7,087,321,493,018th new one-sheet for V/H/S (review) has arrived, and we're starting to wonder if the publicity team will be releasing one new poster for every second in the movie. Dig it!
Magnet has released Tony Moore's comic-style one-sheet for V/H/S (review here), and we have this beauty right here for you to dig on. This could be our favorite one yet.
Another comic-style one-sheet in promotion of V/H/S (review) has come our way from Magnet and artist Jason Latour, and we're happy to share this one with you cats exclusively!
A week or so ago we received a large box in the mail. Inside was a VCR wrapped in blood-stained paper along with an equally stained box containing an unmarked video cassette. We bootlegged the clip for you then, but now we have the whole enchilada!
A new one-sheet for V/H/S (review) (available now on VOD) is here. It was inspired by one of the flick's segments, and we have it say it's pretty friggin' wicked. Check it out!
Still on the fence about whether or not you should watch V/H/S (review) on VOD? Well then, maybe this latest red band clip will make your decision easier. Check it out!