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New ‘V/H/S’ Poster Explores “The Sick Thing That Happened To Emily…”

V/H/S is now available on various On Demand platforms (a month before its October 5 theatrical release!)! While iTunes (AppleTV) has it, it’s also hitting Amazon, Charter, Comcast, Google Play, DirecTV, Playstation 3, SuddenLink, Time Warner, VUDU and Xbox Zune via Magnet Releasing. You can find out exactly where to rent it by clicking here.

The filmmakers include Adam Wingard (You’re Next, A Horrible Way to Die, Pop Skull), Simon Barrett (You’re Next, Dead Birds, Red Sands), Ti West (The House of the Devil, The Roost, The Innkeepers), David Bruckner (The Signal), Joe Swanberg (Silver Bullets), Glenn McQuaid (I Sell the Dead), along with YouTube sensations Radio Silence. Now we’ve gotten our hands on a new poster that riffs on Joe Swanberg’s (super creepy) segment, The Sick Thing That Happened To Emily When She Was Younger.”

Head inside for the whole thing!



  • KeepDoubting

    PLEASE make these V/H/S posters available to buy!

  • theodds22

    This is the worst among the three. btw, this segment sucked.

    • EvanDickson

      Thanks! I like the poster the least (even though I still really like it), but like the segment a lot! Two more posters to go!

      • theodds22

        My fave poster was the one for Amateur Night, and I really like the segment too. I thought it’s one of the best erhm, i mean, one of the good ones. (lol sorry)
        Btw, regarding this Emily segment, i think it’s pretty decent. The only scary part was when she was closing her eyes. I know where you’re coming from, I kinda like it too. We all need a dose of those pixelated boobs. lol

  • crow454

    Just watched V/H/S last night. In a word: FuckingAwful! I really wanted to like it; I love anthologies like Creepshow & Trick r Treat, wanted to support this site and Brad Miska, and Ti West is one of the only horror directors I follow these days, but it was simply an abomination from beginning to end. The characters were deplorable. It was impossible to give a crap about any of them, in fact you wanted pain inflicted on most. The shaky-cam schtick got old and annoying real quick, the acting was spotty, and the stories were incredibly cliched and predictable. Its biggest crime however was that it was not even remotely scary. Not tense, not creepy, not atmospheric. Just really obnoxious people cackling or trying to “act natural” punctuated by quick cuts of cheap violence. At least Bloody-Disgusting Selects has been consistent with its choices of crap like Yellowbrickroad, Atrocious, and now this. V/H/S= P/O/S. Sorry Brad.

    • Baphomitt

      “Ti West is one of the only horror directors I follow these days” …Your opinion is no longer valid.

      • crow454

        Why is that? There really are no good horror movies these days. Its just a bunch of posing vacuous 20-somethings trying to be ‘cool’ before they die, which is gratuitously portrayed leaving zero to imagination. There is no suggestion now; because you can show everything, they do, and never bother with development or story. Crap from the likes Bousman and Roth are just plain predictable and boring. Gore and horrific imagery is not horror. Its…boring. What director that is putting out nothing but horror now would you recommend. There are plenty of flicks I’ll watch (almost all that are being released), but what directors out there would you follow. For example, I enjoyed Jim Mickle’s Stakeland, but Mulberry Street was garbage, so he hasn’t earned “following” yet. I honestly can’t think of anyone who consistently interests me.

  • xxEnOxx

    Totally diggin these posters!

  • You guys hype up V/H/S way too much. Eh, I guess I’d be a hypocrite to say so. If I had the opportunity to milk promotion as much as you guys do, I’d take it in a heartbeat. Who doesn’t want their movie to be put out there? As for the film itself, it wasn’t too bad. I thought the first segment personally was godawful. Tremendously overrated. I actually enjoyed the next two segments a lot more, maybe because they weren’t hyped as much? But by far the last was the best. I wish the entire film was like that. All in all, I’d give it a solid 3/5.

  • Skullbone

    I watched this the other night. And I’m a bit mixed on it, though I think think it falls well short of being what it could be. I think the concept and ideas are strong..I even think most of the stories, though flawed and cliched if handled differently could have been really well done. Since the film was a concept by Brad Miska here at Bloody disgusting it reminded of the kid you know in school who seems to know all about a certain subject and is book smart but when it comes to actually applying the knowledge they have no concept of how to do it. In this case the subject matter is horror the kid is Brad. Who by the way seemed to criticize Rob Zombie’s latest movie Lords of Salem and it’s poor writing and ending. I think before Brad starts pointing fingers for such flaws in movies he needs to look at his movies.

    • crow454

      That is bang on sir. I agree.

  • Nothing333

    This installment was definitely the most Facepalm worthy. First who would transfer a Skype convo to a dead format, a VHS tape? Then both characters repeat that neither are recording the convo. How are we watching it then? The hole in the arm that no one thinks is that big a deal will leave the viewer scratching their head along with the ending. I guarantee the idea for this was developed in a few minutes.

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