Are you the type of person who's so obsessive about the movies you love that you simply must own everything? If so, then this one is for you! The anthology horror film V/H/S is NOW AVAILABLE on VHS format here in the US.
With domestic rights to S-VHS (review) locked up by Magnolia, Screen Daily is now reporting that Paris-based Memento Film International has picked up international rights to the found footage horror flick following its premiere in the Midnight section of the Sundance Film Festival last week.
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!
Good news has come out for those of you excited to see the second installment of a budding anthology franchise! It's looking like S-VHS (review) has found itself a home with the folks who brought you the original flick, V/H/S! YAY, no-brainer!
Sundance 2013: Q&A with Filmmakers Simon Barrett, Gregg Hale, Eduardo Sanchez, Adam Wingard, Jamie Nash, and Kyle Crosby
S-VHS, the sequel to found footage anthology V/H/S, has had its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival (look for a review soon), and we have a transcript of the Q&A that followed right here for you.
You knew it had to happen. Last year's hit anthology horror film V/H/S will soon be available…wait for it… on VHS format here in the US. And with the sequel S-V/H/S, premiering at Sundance this weekend, the announcement couldn't have happened at a better time.
Entertainment Weekly is home to the teaser trailer debut of S-VHS, the sequel to found footage anthology V/H/S, which is premiering in a few days at Sundance; and we have your hookup right here!
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 you were one of the many fans of V/H/S, you're going to love the following bit of news. The very first still from the sequel, brilliantly titled S-VHS, has made its way online; and we have a look at it for you right here! Dig it!
In this weekend’s box office showdown between 3D animated kiddy Halloween monster movies, Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie was something of a surprise loser, proving no match for Adam Sandler’s Dracula and the rest of the monsters vacationing in the Hotel Transylvania.
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.