V/H/S

Vile, Violent Display of Evil

Content -4
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Violence        
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Nudity        

Release Date: October 05, 2012

Starring: Calvin Reeder, Lane Hughes, Adam Wingard, Hannah Fierman

Genre: Horror

Audience: Adults

Rating: R

Runtime: 116 minutes

Address Comments To:

Bill Banowski, CEO, Magnolia Pictures (Magnet Releasing)
1614 West 5th St.
Austin, TX 78703
Eamon Bowles, President, Magnolia Pictures (Magnet Releasing)
43 West 27th St., 7th Floor
New York, NY 10001
Phone: (212) 924-6701; Fax: (212) 924-6742
Website: www.magpictures.com; Email: info@ magpictures.com

Content:

(HHH, AbAbAb, OOO, LLL, VVV, SSS, NNN, AAA, DDD, MMM) Very strong humanist worldview overall with a heavily immoral viewpoint and a nearly non-stop assault on the senses in every possible aspect of behavior, with a heavy presence of evil/demonic imagery, including Satanism and Satanic sacrifice; at least 250 obscenities and profanities, including many “f” word variations and GDs; very strong bloody violence includes multiple murders portrayed in graphic fashion, including throat-slittings, dismemberments, bludgeonings, rape, mutilation, stabbings, eye-gougings, car crashes, and a carload of college males hit by a train; multiple nude sex scenes, particularly graphic of a woman who kills men while having sex with them and even rips the genitals off one man, with blood streaming everywhere all over her body and the entire surroundings, and another sequence where men try to make drunken or drugged women have relations with them on camera; extreme nudity; two sequences feature excessive drunken behavior and drug abuse; and extreme miscellaneous immorality includes betrayals in nearly every sequence, with loved ones or friends killing each other, plus stealing, rudeness, and an interrupted Satanic sacrifice are all featured.


Summary:

V/H/S is an utterly vile, ultraviolent, depraved horror anthology where a group of misfit robbers stumble videotapes of found-footage vignettes showing people betrayed by friends or loved ones and brutally murdered. V/H/S is a sick, non-stop assault on the senses full of offensive, abhorrent content and behavior.


Review:

V/H/S is an utterly vile, violent, depraved, morally corrupt horror anthology.
In the movie, nine directors conspire to create a series of six short horror stories. A sketchy plot ties the stories together. An unknown third party hires a group of misfits to burglarize a desolate house in the countryside and acquire a rare tape. Upon searching the house, the guys are confronted with a dead body, a hub of old televisions, and an endless supply of cryptic footage. Each video is stranger and more inexplicable than the last. The videos are a series of found-footage vignettes where people are betrayed by friends or loved ones and brutally murdered.
V/H/S stands as one of the worst movies ever to come down the pike. The mysterious, graphically violent videotapes are strung together with the vague storyline. The tapes tell varying stories, but every one winds up bloody, unpleasant, and utterly unwholesome. In addition to its ultraviolent content, V/H/S contains abundant foul language, extremely disgusting lewd behavior, explicit nudity, and extreme substance abuse in two scenes. Discerning viewers unquestionably will want to avoid this contemptuous, inhuman movie at all costs. V/H/S is a sick, non-stop assault on the senses.


In Brief:

V/H/S is a vile, ultraviolent, depraved horror anthology. Nine directors conspire to create a series of short horror stories. A sketchy story ties them together. An unknown third party hires a group of misfits to burglarize a desolate house in the countryside and acquire a rare tape. Upon searching the house, they are confronted with a dead body, a hub of old televisions, and an endless supply of cryptic footage. Each videotape is stranger and more inexplicable than the last. The videos are a series of found-footage vignettes where people are betrayed by friends or loved ones and brutally murdered.
V/H/S stands as one of the worst movies ever. The mysterious, graphically violent videotapes are strung together with the vague storyline. The tapes tell varying stories, but every one winds up bloody, unpleasant, and utterly unwholesome. In addition to its ultraviolent content, V/H/S contains abundant foul language, extremely disgusting lewd behavior, explicit nudity, and extreme substance abuse in two scenes. Discerning viewers unquestionably will want to avoid this contemptuous, inhuman movie at all costs. V/H/S is a sick, non-stop assault on the senses.