V/H/S/2HD Closed Captioning
Simon Barrett, Adam Wingard, Jason Eisener, Gareth Huw Evans, Gregg Hale, Eduardo Sanchez & Timo Tjahjanto
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Investigators uncover videos full of sex, demons and depravity while searching for a missing student. Dark, twisted and horrifying motives are revealed in this truly scary film.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 61
- Fresh: 43
- Rotten: 18
- Average Rating: 6.0/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: Erratic perspectives and high-strung camera movements predominate, ricocheting from one gory tableau to another.
Fresh: Less turns out to be much more for S-VHS, a sequel to last year's uneven indie horror omnibus V/H/S; this one is shorter and has fewer segments, but also earns a much higher batting average.
Fresh: After a lackluster start, V/H/S/2 shifts into a higher gear -- and vastly improves over its 2012 predecessor.
Fresh: V/H/S/2 is likely to be as popular with fans as its predecessor. It certainly earns that right.
I can't even explain how much your movie scared me. Like, this is the first movie that I was rocking back in forth almost crying….
Finally…somebody knows how to make true horror. If you crave well delivered horror with just enough gore and jump scares to make you cheer…you owe it to yourself to see this film. This little sequel will blow your socks off. I can't imagine how it could have been any better. The stories and material aren't entirely unique…but, that's the point. What IS unique is the perspective we've never seen before. You'll literally drop your jaw at some of the intense sequences here and you'll wonder how in the world they did that. By far, the best segment is the Asian cultish episode. Prepare yourself. It doesn't get any gruesome, if memory serves. Very well done. Would give it TEN stars if I could.
Huge improvement from the first
I loved about 3/5's of the original V/H/S. This film continues the simple premise behind the anthology, but does so with shorts that felt much more thought out then some of the originals. V/H/S/2 is scarier, has a better sense of humor, and is much more polished. Safe Haven, directed by Gareth Evans and Timo Tjahjanto are worth the admission price alone.