Searching for a missing student, two private investigators break into his abandoned house and find another collection of mysterious VHS tapes. In viewing the horrific contents of each cassette, they realize there may be terrifying motives behind the student’s disappearance.
Gareth Huw Evans
Timo Tjahjanto & Gareth Huw Evans
Jason Eisener & John Davies
ANTHOLOGY CONCEPT BY
“ANOTHER SHINING EXAMPLE OF HOW WELL HORROR CINEMA CAN WORK IN BITE-SIZED PORTIONS. It represents the best sort of indie horror collaboration you could imagine. Chapter 3 might be one of the best horror shorts I've ever witnessed.” – Scott Weinberg, Fearnet
"EXHILARATING. V/H/S/2 is the rare sequel that learns from its predecessor's mistakes and improves on it in every way." Abhimanyu Das, Slant
“THE ONLY HORROR FRANCHISE THAT MATTERS.” – Rich Juzwiak, Gawker
“NOT JUST A STEP UP FROM ‘VHS’, IT’S LEAPS AND BOUNDS BEYOND ITS PREDECESSOR, which was already a solid entry to the horror anthology subgenre. Grade A-.” – Perri Nemiroff, Shockya.
“A vast improvement over the first; brutal and efficient and immensely entertaining.” – Joshua Starnes, Comingsoon
“More frightening than V/H/S—it pushes full throttle ahead the whole way through.” Eric Kohn, Indiewire
“Absolutely superior to the first installment. Not in a very long time has there been a more perfect horror series tailor-made for gathering friends and screaming at your TV.” – Nomad, Dread Central
“A fine string of scary installments that makes the original pale in comparison.” – William Bibbiani, Crave
“REALLY #%$@-ING GOOD. With V/H/S/2, they fixed almost everything wrong with the first movie and delivered an anthology whose worst segment qualifies as pretty damn good. And it’s best segment? Almost transcendentally great.”- Devin Faraci, Badass Digest
“3.5 out of 4 stars. Infinitely more thrilling than its predecessor. Gleefully, savagely rowdy, it’s unforgettable.” – Samuel Zimmerman, Fangoria