Starring John Karyus, L.C. Holt, Simon Barrett, John T. Woods
Directed by Adam Wingard, Eduardo Sánchez, Jason Eisener, Gareth Evans, Timo Tjahjanto
I saw VHS and thought it was pretty good. Some of the directors did really well with their horror shorts and made the horror movie anthology worth watching. The Original V/H/S (VHS) is available to watch on Netflix so I recommend watching before V/H/S 2 releases this upcoming July 12, 2013.
Synopsis: The search for a missing teen leads two private investigators into a derelict house littered with mysterious VHS tapes in this sequel to the hit horror anthology V/H/S. As the detectives scan the videotapes in search of vital clues, what they find instead is a series of tales so shocking they are driven to the edge of madness. Genre specialists Simon Barrett, Adam Wingard, Jason Eisener, Edúardo Sanchez, Gregg Hale, Timo Tjahjanto, and Gareth Evans lead viewers on a terrifying ride into a world where your worst nightmares come true.
Directors Adam Wingard, Eduardo Sánchez, Jason Eisener, Gareth Evans, Timo Tjahjanto
Genres Horror, Thriller
MPAA Rating R
Writers Simon Barrett, Jamie Nash, Timo Tjahjanto, Gareth Evans, Jason Eisener, John Davies, Brad Miska
Producers Rangga Maya Barack-Evans, Simon Barrett, Roxanne Benjamin, Gary Binkow, Rob Cotterill, Robin Cowie, Kyle David Crosby, Cindy D'Orsay, Carl Glorioso, Chris Harding, Adam Jenkins, Brad Miska, Jamie Nash, Fauzar Nurdin, Tom Owen, George Rausch, Amy Skerkoski, Kimo Stamboel, Adam Wingard, Zak Zeman
Musicians James Guymon, Steve Moore, Aria Prayogi, Fajar Yuskemal
Cinematographers Tarin Anderson, Abdul Dermawan Habir, Stephen Scott, Seamus Tierney, Jeffrey Wheaton
Editors Jason Eisener, Gareth Evans, David Geis, Bob Rose, Eduardo Sánchez, Adam Wingard