‘V/H/S/2′ Is In Theaters Today!!!

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If you haven’t seen V/H/S/2 yet, you’re getting a pretty great opportunity. Of course it’s still on VOD services like iTunes (link here), Amazon, AT&T UVerse, Charter, Comcast, Cox, Google Play, Playstation 3, Sudden Link, Time Warner Cable, Verizon Fios, VUDU and Xbox Zune.

BUT, this movie plays great with a crowd! There’s nothing quite like being in a crowded room full of people freaking out when the shit hits the fan in the “Safe Haven” segment.

If you’re in one of the cities below, check it out!

7/12/2013
Brookline, MA: Coolidge Corner Theatre
Denver, CO: Sie FilmCenter
Indianapolis, IN: Keystone Art Cinema 7
Minneapolis, MN: Uptown Theatre
New York, NY: Sunshine Cinema 5
Philadelphia, PA: Ritz at the Bourse
Phoenix, AZ: FilmBar
Portland, OR: Hollywood Theatre
Seattle, WA: Grand Illusion Cinema
Tucson, AZ: The Loft Cinema
University City, MO: Tivoli Theatre

7/18/2013
Charlotte, NC: Movies @ CrownPoint 12
Miami, FL: O Cinema

7/19/2013
Austin, TX: Alamo Drafthouse Village 4
Cambridge, MA: Brattle Theater
Chicago, IL: Music Box
Columbus, OH: Gateway Film Center 8
Dallas, TX: Texas Theatre
Greensboro, NC: Geeksboro Coffeehouse Cinema
Hartford, CT: Real Art Ways Cinema
Houston, TX: River Oaks Theatre 3
Jacksonville, FL: Sun-Ray Cinema
San Francisco, CA: Clay Theatre
Washington, DC: E Street Cinema

7/24/2013
Nashville, TN: Belcourt Theatre

7/26/2013
Kansas City, MO: Tivoli @ Manor Square
Maitland, FL: Enzian Theatre

8/17/2013
Ooltewah, TN: Barking Legs Theater

9/6/2013
Milwaukee, WI: University of WI – Union Theatre

9/7/2013
Santa Fe, NM: Jean Cocteau Cinema

  • divisionbell

    I have to admit I had some very mixed feelings this time around. The first story touched on some nice details but it just didn’t go far enough and it felt kinda rushed at the end. The walk in the park was clever and fun. Personally I thought Safe Haven was brilliant until the final villain was revealed. Just looked too hokey to me (though I loved what they were goin for). But overall it was brutal and excellent and how awesome was father?!?!?!? My favorite had to be the slumber party. It felt the most natural and was just perfectly intense throughout, my only complaint was that I wished it went on longer because I was enjoying it so much. Also, if there is going to be a wrap around story it needs more. It felt empty and it would be great if it really closed up nicely. It’s great to have a true story to bring it all together (something along the lines of Tales from the Darkside).

    All in all I enjoyed it and I would be looking forward to another entry. Here’s hoping they continue to touch on epic concepts, which is my favorite aspect of short stories. Like like 10/31/98 or “A is for Apocalypse” in ABCs of death, short stories are an incredible way to touch on massive ideas in a little snapshot.

  • ItsMorphinTime

    I will agree that I enjoyed the stories more in this one. VHS1 had many segments that started out interesting, but in the end left me unsatisfied. The wraparounds in both aren’t really that intriguing: just grainy footage of people rummaging through tapes with barely audible dialogue. Nothing really blew my mind in VHS2. Maybe if “Amateur Night” and “10/31/98″ from the first film were in this, it’d be a perfect combo.