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Refreshingly, V/H/S promises no more than it delivers, always a plus with genre fare.
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In too many of the shorts, bad acting quickly undermines the "authenticity" the aesthetics labor to achieve.
The segments vary in quality and the whole overstays its welcome at nearly two hours.
V/H/S comes across as a production that wants to be more than it is but, as they say, The Emperor has no clothes.
Had V/H/S been a nasty jolt of three, it might have been memorable, but at nearly two hours, the gimmick punctures a hole in itself, causing ambience bleed-out. Recommended cure: a tripod
A low-budget horror anthology with segments both ghastly and moronic.
V/H/S is an example of the genre at its least compelling.
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And by VHS they mean digital. Problem?
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