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Alternate ‘V/H/S’ Poster For Analogue Fetishists

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, Slashfilm has gotten their hands on a sort of risque 80’s alternate poster!

Head inside for the whole thing!



  • Nothing333

    The VHS stuff is getting as annoying as the American Horror Story teasers.

  • Giraffe_Monster

    Watching this movie tomorrow 😀
    Really excited.
    I know some segments won’t be as good as the others, but still excited.

  • Accident-with-power-tools

    I really like the posters and marketing for this film, more than the film itself…

  • Rusted

    This movie is fucking garbage. Easily one of the worst movies of the year.

  • murdermakesmecum666

    the poster would be better with out the lame tagline.

  • PatrickxJonathan

    @Rusted I completely agree. This was one of the biggest disappointments in horror ever for me. I think B-D actually hurt themselves by building this V/H/S hype machine. The only people I know who truly loved with film were casual horror fans, every hardcore genre fan I’ve talked was extremely let down, including myself.

  • hadock

    What really pissed me off is that none of the segments where actually filmed with VHS, it seemed they where just transferred to the old format from cellphones and camcorders. What´s the point of all this work? Just another lame found footage flick

  • This movie was a huge letdown. Each segment felt like there should have been more story or explanation to it. It ends up being a bunch of random unconnected shorts where something weird happens but it comes out of nowhere.

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