‘V/H/S 99’ Review – One of Us
Is the decade old horror anthology still relevant? Find out in the One of Us crew’s V/H/S 99 review.
It’s very rare for the 5th film in a series to still have an impact on it’s audiences. Concepts get overplayed/recycled to death, and overall the concept can feel stale, even if your audiences want more. V/H/S/99 doesn’t suffer from any sequelitis, in fact, because these movies are anthologies, I think that’s why they can keep pumping them out. All the stories have a moral, but they all stand out in their own way.
V/H/S 99 Review
With 5 different segments, each written/directed by a different group, this movie keeps you engaged until the end. Even the lowest lows are good, that’s how awesome this movie is. It’s almost Halloween, do yourself a favor and watch the latest installment in the found-footage anthology V/H/S series. You can send thank you candy to Chad, Trevor, Matt, and Lewayne.
- Chad Halvorsen
- Trevor Trujillo
- Matt Foster
- Lewayne White
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