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‘SiREN’ is Out Today; Go Behind the Scenes (Video)

SiREN 2016

V/H/S breakout star Hannah Fierman (read our interview) has returned to her “Amateur Night” role in SiREN, our non-found-footage spinoff now on VOD, Digital HD and DVD (and in Redbox) through Chiller Films.

Directed by Dance of the Dead, The Other Side and VHS: Viral‘s Gregg Bishop (interview), SiREN follows Jonah (Chase Williamson; The Guest, John Dies at the End, Beyond the Gates), an apprehensive groom-to-be whose bachelor party turns into a nightmare when he frees a seemingly innocent victimized girl (Fierman) locked up in a supernatural sex club.

We’re really proud of the Nightbreed vibe in SiREN, which stars Chase Williamson (The Guest, John Dies at the End, Beyond the Gates),  Justin Welborn (The Final Destination, The Signal, Dance of the Dead), Michael Aaron Milligan (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri), Hayes Mercure (Mascots), and Randy McDowell (Elvis).

Based on a short by David Bruckner, the feature was written by Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski. SiREN is executive produced by V/H/S director David Bruckner.



  • Jimmy Cthulhuhan

    Logic would have you believe that if someone is gonna extend a short into a feature length movie, it’d be given better production values at the very least. Logic fails us today.

    • Satanzilla

      It’s a shame that so many “horror fans” are really just FX fans.

      • Jimmy Cthulhuhan

        Well, I did say “at the very least”. More importantly the acting and directing is just as bad!

        A shame, I liked the VHS version (one of the very few good parts of that movie).

        • Satanzilla

          So give an example of a horror movie with acting and directing you liked. Because I’m completely perplexed by your criticism of both.

          • Jimmy Cthulhuhan

            Sounds like you’re invested in this pos in some form…

            To answer your question with the most low-ball response I can think of… Jack Frost 2.

  • Simon Allen

    Alas a major disappointment ….cheap looking production values and terrible performances don’t help as well as a story you couldn’t give a shit about and wonky effects .

    • Satanzilla

      Completely disagree. Tight little movie which holds together well and definitely recommended. You don’t need $100M production values for a movie like this … at all. Hannah is as great in this as she is in “Amateur Night.”

      Definitely see it!

  • toolateformost

    It’s a 4/5 star movie where everything from production values to script, to casting, to performances, to everything about it, is done in a 2-3/5 star way

  • Micah Unice

    It was a fun ride. That’s not lip service.

  • Jimmy Cthulhuhan


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