V/H/S Viral

2014

Action / Fantasy / Horror / Thriller

88
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 36%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 14%
IMDb Rating 4.2 10 13124

Synopsis


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Cast

Blair Redford as Himself
Carrie Keagan as Carrie Keagan
Jessica Serfaty as Herself
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692.07 MB
1280*720
English
R
23.976 fps
1hr 21 min
P/S 1 / 3
1.23 GB
1920*1080
English
R
23.976 fps
1hr 21 min
P/S 3 / 7

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by p-lorigo 2 / 10

Awful - and I loved the first two!

This movie is so awful it put me in a bad mood. Stay away, and I say this as a guy with an original VHS poser.

The wraparound story tries to break formula but ends up being a mess. I'm fine with a mess if it's entertaining or scary, but this felt like it was shot in a weekend.

The first story doesn't feel like it belongs in a VHS movie and the tone doesn't match. It's something your mom would like.

The middle story starts out promising but manages to feel like a parody of itself by the end. My favorite (?) of the bunch.

The third story feels like it should be airing on MTV in 2003.

Another bummer is that the directors have done good movies (Resolution and Timecrimes), I don't know how they lost their mojo here.

Also, there are only three stories. I'm cool with a shorter movie if it's a better movie, but they cut the fourth. People speculate bit was axed because it was so bad. How terrible must it have been to be left out of this limp, toothless pile?

Any soul, any scary or funny from the first two is not here. Avoid.

Reviewed by Nancy666 4 / 10

Disappointing after the first two

If you have seen the first two, then the third will probably be a let-down.

V/H/S Viral follows the same anthology premise as the first two but the stories don't flow as easily.

"Vicious Circles" was the most confusing for me. "Dante the Great" was one of the best. "Bonestorm" visually great but not the best story. "Parallel Monsters" had potential but went a bit overboard wtf.

It seems in the third they tried to push the creativity and it didn't work, not for me anyway. The cast is a solid as the previous installments but the stories aren't as easy to grasp and at the end you're kinda wondering what the hell went on.

I thoroughly enjoyed V/H/S/ 1 and 2 and was excited for the third, but it lost something this time around. Unfortunately it wasn't good enough for me to want to buy the DVD for the surprise "Gorgeous Vortex" segment.

Reviewed by lizday-40957 2 / 10

I'm not cross just very disappointed

Having watched VHS and VHS 2 on a whim late one insomnia fueled night, and with no prior knowledge of them, I was pleasantly surprised by both. So had fairly high hopes for round three. Unlike the first two there were no good segments in this collection, not one. I love horror movies and have sat through many howlers in my time (I have seen all the Howling films) but this may well be one of the worst as it had such potential. The plot (what there is of it in these films) was ridiculous and made very little sense. The acting was really sub par too with no real convincing character development. When character development was attempted it seemed really forced and irrelevant. Such a sad finish to what started out as quite an original and entertaining trilogy. I wonder if they will make a fourth and redeem themselves?

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