Tag "vhs"

Fantastic Fest 2014: Watch The Red Band Trailer For V/H/S VIRAL

All set to have its World Premiere at Fantastic Fest tonight at midnight, the red band trailer for V/H/S Viral debuted at IGN. The third film in the V/H/S series has segments directed by Fantastic Fest fixture Nacho Vigalondo, Marcel Sarmiento,... More »
  

Cannes 2014: Epic Pictures To Take V/H/S VIRAL

The V/H/S franchise is going to go viral at Cannes. Epic Pictures Group will handle sales for the third installment of the found footage horror franchise, V/H/S Viral, at the market this year. The Collective and Bloody Disgusting are producing... More »
  

Review: V/H/S/2, Jolting Horror Made Fun

Though perhaps not the very most consistent of films, V/H/S set a high bar for found footage anthology chillers. Only one year later and the team that brought us that film is back with the follow-up, V/H/S/2. Of the original... More »
  

V/H/S/2 To Go Direct To DVD In Australia

Oh, the irony. Roadshow Films has confirmed that the much-anticipated sequel to last year's horror anthology V/H/S won't have an Australian theatrical release, and will instead go straight to DVD.While this is a great shame for genre fans who were... More »
  

SXSW 2013 First Impression: REWIND THIS! Spreads the Cinematic Love Past the Living Room

Director Josh Johnson and producer Carolee Mitchell's VHS docu Rewind This! is every bit the love letter to the mostly forgotten format that we've been promised, but there is plenty more than just nostalgia here as well. This is just... More »
  

SXSW Doc Selection REWIND THIS Offers Up A New Trailer

There is a compelling argument to be made that nothing has had a larger impact on the film world throughout its entire existence than the VHS tape. Not the arrival of color. Not the arrival of sound. Nothing. Because while... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch The First Teaser For Horror Anthology S-VHS!

Same concept, rather noisier result. What a difference a selection of filmmakers can make ...Horror anthology S-VHS is poised to make its premiere at Sundance and while the followup to last year's hit V/H/S follows the same format it would... More »
By Todd Brown