Take a Peek at an Alternate Ending for 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!
Barrett, who penned both the wrap, “Tape 56,” and Joe Swanberg’s “The Strange Thing That Happened to Emily When She Was Younger,” shared this: “For your confusion/indifference, here is a still image from a deleted scene we shot for V/H/S. It will NOT be on the DVD, etc. The photo looks cool, but the scene ultimately didn’t fit the film.”
V/H/S (review) is available On Demand NOW with a limited theatrical run to follow beginning October 5th. For more info keep your eyes on the V/H/S Facebook page.
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