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|Release Date V/H/S/2 Jul 12, 2013 Limited Genres V/H/S/2 : Mystery & Suspense,Horror|
|Total Vote User V/H/S/2 : Visitor|
|User Ranting V/H/S/2 : 3.5|
|User Percentage For V/H/S/2 : 68 %|
|User Count Like for V/H/S/2 : 3,890|
|All Critics Ranting For V/H/S/2 : 5.9|
|All Critics Count For V/H/S/2 : 38|
|All Critics Percentage For V/H/S/2 : 68 %|
Actors For V/H/S/2
|Kelsy Abbott,Lawrence Michael Levine,Adam Wingard,Hannah Hughes,L.C. Holt,Simon Barrett,Mindy Robinson,Monica Sanchez Navarro,John T. Woods,Corrie Lynne Fitzpatrick,Brian Udovich,John Karyus,Casey Adams,Jay Saunders,Bette Cassat,Dave Coyne,Wendy Donigian,Devon Brookshire,Scott MacCubbin,Thea Curley|
V/H/S/2 Movie Review
|V/H/S/2 is likely to be as popular with fans as its predecessor. It certainly earns that right. |
Tirdad Derakhshani-Philadelphia Inquirer
Found footage is all well and good, but if it's unwatchable, it might as well have stayed lost.
Sara Stewart-New York Post
Erratic perspectives and high-strung camera movements predominate, ricocheting from one gory tableau to another.
Andy Webster-New York Times
"V/H/S/2" may be hit-and-miss, but it's what midnight movies were made for.
Joe Neumaier-New York Daily News
None of the chapters use the unifying formal conceit to any real advantage; only one, directed by Timo Tjahjanto and The Raid: Redemption's Gareth Huw Evans, is worth a rental.
Sam Adams-Time Out New York
A diabolically psychotic, sub-mental and completely unwatchable disaster ...
Rex Reed-New York Observer
V/H/S 2 is a whole lot of fun. We can imagine fans of midnight movies shrieking with delight at some of the sections...
Drew Taylor-The Playlist
VHS 2 is an improvement on its predecessor in just about every way possible - though, it still suffers as an uneven mix of parts (with varying quality).
Future entries would do well to follow the example set by this one.
The horror movie equivalent of a wimp who relies on steroids to lend him a fearsome appearance while his eyes still tell the truth.
V/H/S/2 is about as dull as watching someone else play a first-person shooter video game, only more gross.
Jamie S. Rich-Oregonian
Where V/H/S feels deliberately homemade, V/H/S/2 boasts a slickness that's distracting and counterproductive.
Nathan Rabin-The Dissolve
For 30 screaming-mad minutes, V/H/S/2 achieves a kind of fever pitch of nightmare hysteria.
A.A. Dowd-AV Club
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
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