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V/H/S/2

(2013)

Rated R for graphic and bloody violence, grisly images, sexual material, nudity and language.

R In Theaters 07/12/2013 , 95min.
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Viewer Score
60%
Viewer score based on 6 ratings
47%
Critic score based on 18 reviews

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October 12, 2013
gj00000000167933
liked all 4 shorts
October 03, 2013
mn00000000156790
Steven Boone Summed it up on RogerEbert.com. I am not as generous with My stars it gets one only because they suckered Me into not Fast forwarding though it. I did play online games the Entire time though :D
October 02, 2013
jasonjrf001
Wow qf000000 whatever your name is. Your super cool your really good at movies hahahahaha. \"You know more then critics do your best friend?\" Are you like 8? You dont say anything about why you think its bad you just say its bad and then you praise yourself on the ******* internet what a idiot ur
July 04, 2013
qf00000000156328
This is a stupid movie, this will be a one week movie at the Theater, just me I know what will make it and what will not. I no more the critics do. My Friend Brenna would ********* this. She would consider this a bad B movie.
June 27, 2013
cjkl17
if your a fan of the first one you'll love it one even more. vhs 2 has to be the best horror film so far this year especially the segment safe haven

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

RogerEbert.com
Like so many horror films in recent years, V/H/S/2 appears more lightweight the more it tries to impress with its inventiveness and grotesquerie. Full Review
Abhimanyu Das
Slant Magazine
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. Full Review
Dennis Harvey
Variety
This one is shorter and has fewer segments, but also earns a much higher batting average. In fact, there’s nary a dud among the four main tales (not including the titled bookends), which each whip elements of terror, macabre humor and the fantastical into a giddy frenzy. Full Review
Drew Taylor
The Playlist
S-VHS is a whole lot of fun. Full Review
Eric Kohn
indieWIRE
V/H/S 2 smartly contextualizes its nightmarish cavalcade of violence by acknowledging the luxury of enjoying it from a distance. Full Review

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