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December 26, 2012
i thought it was a great movie and i like the whole ameteur style of the film because it makes it feel realistic
December 23, 2012
This movie had potential but failed. Basically the DVD is a made up of several horror plots - some of plots started off with genuine intrigue but did not deliver in the end. Other plots were just plain lame and predictable. Not worth the time.
December 06, 2012
I really don't see how somebody compared this to the Walking Dead. It's two very different concepts.
December 01, 2012
Very ameturist, not scary to the true horor show crowd. Even the Walking Dead shames this lousy movie. Why are mpovies like this getting such good rating here whem IMBD rates them muich more accuratly?
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Viewed en masse, V/H/S can't generate the necessary suspense, and buy-in, to truly get under your skin. Full Review
The segments vary in quality and the whole overstays its welcome at nearly two hours. Full Review
An anthology of found-footage horror shorts that exudes, sometimes extraordinarily, a neophyte's sense of courage and cluelessness. Full Review
New York Daily News
Anthologies are risky. For every high point, there's often a misstep to match. But this indie compilation has enough inventive chills to interest any horror fan. Full Review
The New York Times
A low-budget horror anthology with segments both ghastly and moronic. Full Review