Always check the feet...,
This review is from: V/H/S [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)
A group film their crimes on tape. They are hired to do a "job" for an unknown accomplice.
They have to break in to a house and steal a V/H/S tape with something on it, but they aren't told what it is.
While in the house they find way more than just one tape, so they grab as many as they can and they start watching them.
But what they see on these tapes is more than they can handle, and it's also hard to believe. But will it cost them more than they bargained for, and most importantly, will they rewind the tapes?...
Its been a while since there has been a horror anthology, so in that respect, if you forget that this is basically a found footage movie (which has been done to death) you may appreciate it a lot more.
The two stories that start and finish the quest are easily the best, amateur night being the overall winner, even though you can see what's coming a mile off.
The other three stories are fair to middling, but the Skype story is just too bizarre and gets boring very quickly. The fuzzy serial killer story has an eighties vibe to it, but is too short, and the second honeymoon segment is really good, but just leaves you feeling depressed, rather than exhilarated.
The wraparound story is dull, we basically just have a group of guys running around lifting up women's tops and filming it, not very sinister.
So all in all, its a welcome return to the horror anthology, but as always, there are some very weak links, that outweigh the other st