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|Release Date V/H/S/2 Jul 12, 2013 Limited Genres V/H/S/2 : Mystery & Suspense,Horror|
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|All Critics Count For V/H/S/2 : 24|
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|L.C. Holt,Adam Wingard,Lawrence Michael Levine,Kelsy Abbott,Hannah Hughes,Hannah Al Rashid,Devon Brookshire,Samantha Gracie,Jay Saunders,Epy Kusnandar|
V/H/S/2 Movie Review
|Just imagine the kind of anthology that might yet be born should all involved be held to the evident highlights of these films so far. |
William Goss-MSN Movies
what S-VHS lacks in true pyloric valve-loosening fear, it makes up for with some other three letter combos: WTF and LOL.
Less turns out to be much more for S-VHS, a sequel to last year's uneven indie horror omnibus V/H/S; this one is shorter and has fewer segments, but also earns a much higher batting average.
Hardcore horror junkies will get their fix; non-addicts will enjoy a hit or two but lament not getting a sustained high.
Its work to course-correct the franchise rewards with a tighter, more adventuresome sequel, smartly using hindsight to build a consistent odyssey of voyeuristic brutality.
Its seven directors surpass the imagination and intensity of those in the original V/H/S, reiterating the format's importance as both a showcase for interstitial creativity between feature-length projects and a testing ground for future ones.
Consistently surprising with stylistic ingenuity and storytelling elegance. Never afraid to journey into the blackest of hearts, the filmmakers involved in "V/H/S/2" have given the project their best shot, and it shows.
If three of the stories had been decent, I probably could have let it slide, and indeed about halfway through the film, I was surprised to find myself enjoying it. Then the second half hits and the film slides into mediocrity.
It's a 50/50 split as two of the shorts are great and two... well, not so much.
Ethan Alter-Television Without Pity
A fantastic sequel that will satisfy the appetites of horror fans who enjoyed the first outing.
Felix Vasquez Jr.-Cinema Crazed
Last year's anthology horror production "V/H/S" was a revelation mainly because it took the overly familiar found-footage genre and exploited it to the fullest extent. The sequel, "V/H/S 2," achieves a similar goal with more frightening extremes
A couple of these shorts are good enough to become features.
Roger Moore-Movie Nation
V/H/S/2 is a consistently terrific genre omnibus, and an excellent example of a goofy gimmick seemingly past its cinematic sell date.
A derivative horror film with dizzying camerawork and virtually no plot or character development.
Harvey S. Karten-Compuserve
V/H/S/2 is V/H/S on mega-steroids, but Gareth Evans and Timo Tjahjanto easily steal the show with their segment "Safe Haven" - which will undoubtedly be one of the strongest horror entries in 2013.
Matt Donato-We Got This Covered
The wraparound hour may not be very good, but those middle 40 minutes are a lot of fun.
A welcome contrast to the first film's snuff-y atmosphere and general mean-spiritedness, featuring more humor, fewer hateful characters, and occasional twinges of relatable human emotion.
Abhimanyu Das-Slant Magazine
If it's not great V/H/S/2 is still a vast improvement over the first; brutal and efficient and immensely entertaining.
Sequel or not, this is a fantastic foursome of horror shorts -- and yes, the wrap-around stuff is better this time.
A fine string of scary installments that makes the original V/H/S, even its better entries, pale in comparison.
Bloodier, more intense, and on the whole more effective than its predecessor.
Tim Grierson-Screen International
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