‘V/H/S’ Series to Get Reboot

by Mark McCurley

Just in from The Hollywood Reporter, V/H/S, a horror film series which itself is an anthology of smaller individual stories, will be getting a reboot titled V/H/S 94.

Plot details currently are scarce, however the new film is said to be more linear in that the entries will be connected rather than in the earlier films where the stories were all independent of one another.

With three main films, a spin-off and a miniseries on Snapchat, V/H/S began in 2012 as the telling of different stories of demons, zombies, and otherworldly monsters created by directors well versed in the horror genre including Adam Wingard, Ti West, Glenn McQuaid and Joe Swanberg. The sequels were V/H/S 2 in 2013, V/H/S: Viral in 2014, Siren in 2016 which tells the full story of a demon that appeared in the original film’s segment titled Amateur Night, that were followed by the miniseries in 2018.

Directors for the reboot include Simon Barrett, who also did segments in the first and second V/H/S, Timo Tjahjanto and Chloe Okuno. David Bruckner, who directed a segment in the original film and recently signed on to direct Spyglass Media’s new Hellraiser film, is writing V/H/S 94 and will produce as well.

Check back soon for more on V/H/S 94!

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