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How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos Movie Info. A police chase after a deranged ice cream truck has captivated the attention of the greater Los Angeles area.
Dozens of fameobsessed teens flock to the streets with their video cameras and camera phones, hellbent on capturing the next viral video.
But there is something far more sinister occurring in the streets of L. A resounding effect is created onto all those obsessed with capturing salacious footage for no other purpose than to amuse or titillate.
Soon the discovery becomes that they themselves are the stars of the next video, one where they face their own death.
C Magnet. R for disturbing strong violence and gore, sexual content, language and some drug use. Feb 17, Emmy Argo as Scarlett.
Jessica Luza. Justin Welborn as Dante. Emilia Ares. Randy McDowell as Harry Houdini. Michael Aaron Milligan as Clay. Kelly Misek Jr. Blair Redford as Himself segment "Dante the Great".
Jessica Serfaty as Herself segment "Dante the Great". Carrie Keagan as Herself segment "Dante the Great". Cory Rouse as Himself segment "Dante the Great".
Celia K. Milius as Grandma segment "Vicious Circles". Steve Berens as Cop segment "Vicious Circles". Stephanie Silver as Eva segment "Vicious Circles".
Val Vega as Gabriella segment "Vicious Circles". Chad Guerrero, Jr. Jorge Marquez as Carlos segment "Vicious Circles".
Steve Robles as Cesar segment "Vicious Circles". Gary Sugarman as Lewis segment "Vicious Circles".
Nick Blanco as Danny segment "Bonestorm. Chase Newton as Jason segment "Bonestorm". David Castro as Chanting Man segment "Bonestorm".
Justin Benson as Rollerblading Marine segment "Bonestorm". Destorm Power as Security Guard segment "Bonestorm". John Oravec as Bum segment "Bonestorm".
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August 23, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Mar 14, Dante the Great: The most fun of the entries across the whole series.
It does stand out in a bad way a little bit, firstly because it's a combination of fake "found footage" and fake "documentary" which Like it's weird to have sat through all these shorts and then suddenly have a guy giving an interview to a camera crew, and secondly because I think calling it horror is a stretch.
More of a Fantasy-action-comedy with some heavy gore right at the end. Parallel Monsters: Has the same problems as the previous film's "Safe Haven" entry, but fewer pros to counterbalance it.
Could probably be explored in a full length movie to better effect, but even that I'm unsure about.
Bonestorm: The silliest and worst acted of the entire franchise, which truly is saying something. The only thing it has going for it is also the dumbest thing about it.
It's a 15 minute movie that is entirely aesthetic in value, the first and only entry with good video quality. But this is supposed to be a collection of crappily filmed, glitchy footage, copied over to VHS tapes - so in what universe does it make sense?
Gimly M Super Reviewer. Apr 03, The film doesn't follow its own rules, as a lot of the videos don't conform to the conventions of found footage and some of the videos aren't even found footage.
And this might be excusable if the videos were any good, but most of them aren't. Dann M Super Reviewer.
Mar 30, A serious step down from the other films in the series. The frame narrative of the police chase in L.
The ending is really dumb though because it makes no sense. While the film starts off strong with a really interesting video about a magician with dark powers, the rest of the videos are confusing and just plain gross.
The one about the Dia de los Muertos zombies is just plain stupid. I wouldn't mind seeing another VHS film, but it's gotta be better than this one.
Stephen S Super Reviewer. Mar 24, If you've followed my reviews, then you know that I'm a fan of this franchise.
While it shares some of the many issues anthology films face, inconsistency in the segments themselves, the VHS franchise has actually been a pretty damn fun franchise to follow.
I don't wanna say it's the most creative horror franchise around, but I think giving the filmmakers the freedom to do what they want has been a very inspired choice.
Case in point, Gareth Evans' short in VHS 2, whose name I forget, was absolutely incredible, and I doubt anyone other than him and the crew had any real say as to what went into that short, creatively speaking at least.
Which brings us to VHS: Viral and the absolute utter disaster it is. Perhaps disaster is the wrong word, but there is a massive drop-off in quality as the film shifts from VHS tapes to a more modern take on fame on the internet and getting hits on YouTube.
There's heavy-handed social commentary on how we're obsessed, or some people are, with getting millions of hits on YouTube and how toxic that can be.
If you loved the first two films in this franchise, this one has hints of what you loved about the franchise but, by and large, it's a really goddamn big step down for such a fun franchise.
Vicious Circles: This is the wraparound, the one that connects all the segments together, and this one really did absolutely nothing for me.
Essentially, and I described this in the earlier paragraph. This short basically sees a car chase take place around L.
A as thousands of people try to record, all of looking for a million hits on YouTube. Sort of like Nightcrawler of the internet era, if you will.
The problem is, as the truck travels around the city, people receiving images, that the truck is broadcasting, through their phones causes them to become dazed and violently insane.
Naturally this leads to a lot of deaths. The main character in this short is following after the truck that's sending this signal because he believes his girlfriend has been kidnapped by the person responsible.
This segment this absolutely nothing for me, as none of the wraparound segments in the other films have. But on top of not doing anything for me, it has this incredibly forced message about all the wrongs of the internet and wanting to go viral that you've heard elsewhere.
It's toxic, it's a virus, it makes us zombies, blah blah blah blah. We've heard it all before. It's not that it's a bad idea, per se, it's just how heavy-handed the whole thing is.
The message is so forceful that it loses all effectiveness. And the segment really isn't that good to begin with.
And all the camera effects, like the image distorting and stuff, are absolutely fucking terrible. Everything that people hate about found footage is right in this short.
I'd say that this was a bad way to start off the film, but this segment was spread out through the entire film, shown before and after a new segment airs.
As a whole, however, this just isn't very good. Dante The Great: The first real short of the film is a fairly decent one.
But, and this is a theme that carries throughout the all the segments in the film, is that this isn't exactly a traditional horror film.
And this short, while it has elements of it, in some ways more resembles a weird attempt a superhero movie with some hints of horror in an R-rated setting.
Essentially Dante, a struggling illusionist, finds this strange cloak that Harry Houdini got rid of, for one reason or another, and he finds it to have strange powers that actually makes him one of the more successful magicians in a very short time span.
There's just one thing, the cloak itself requires sacrifices. So there you go. She films the entity close up, but it continues to be obscured by the tracking error.
Wendy continues to run through the woods, she finds Joey in his death throes. After he dies, the figure approaches Wendy and a final trap impales it.
Wendy gloats at it and walks away but when she turns around, it is gone; it reappears in a tree and jumps down, beats her with the camera, then slashes her stomach, subsequently eviscerating her and afterward violently inhabiting her body.
This segment is shown through computer video chats. Emily talks to her boyfriend James, a trainee doctor, about a strange bump on her arm and how it reminds her of an accident she had when she was younger.
After witnessing a small, childlike entity rush into her room and slam the door shut, Emily believes her apartment is haunted.
Her landlord claims that no children have ever lived in the apartment, but Emily is unconvinced.
During her next video chat with James, an increasingly frantic Emily digs into her arm with a scalpel to find out what the bump is, but James urges her to stop before the wound becomes infected.
Emily attempts to contact the being, but it knocks her out. James quickly appears in her apartment and surgically removes an alien fetus from Emily's torso.
The aliens erase Emily's memory, and James mentions that the arm bump is a tracking device. In their next chat, a badly injured Emily believes she sustained her injuries after wandering into traffic in a fugue state.
She reveals that the doctor James recommended has diagnosed her as schizoaffective , and tearfully says that James deserves a better, more normal girlfriend.
He assures Emily that she is the only person he wants to be with, but once their chat ends he begins a new chat with a different woman who has the same bump on her arm and also believes James is her boyfriend, showing that the aliens are using more than one person as an incubator.
It's Halloween Chad, Matt, Tyler, and Paul dressed in Halloween costumes as the Unabomber , a pirate, a teddy bear implanted with a nanny cam , and a Marine, respectively head out to a Halloween party at a friend's house, only to end up at the wrong place.
Sneaking inside, they begin to experience paranormal phenomena and believe that they are at a realistic haunted house attraction and have fun with it.
In the attic, they find several men gathered around a young woman whom they've suspended from the rafters, apparently performing an exorcism.
The men are chanting "cast you down", and the boys exuberantly join in. One of the men reacts angrily to their presence and physically assaults the young woman.
Some of the men are pulled upwards into the darkness by an unseen force. More violent, overtly threatening paranormal phenomena then begin to occur and the boys initially flee before realizing they should try to rescue the girl.
Returning to the attic, the boys work to untie her and get her to safety, as the house itself comes to life with poltergeist phenomena and ghostly arms rising from the walls and the floors to claim the lives of the woman's captors.
Exiting through the basement, the boys pile into their car with the girl and drive away. The car abruptly stops and the girl disappears, reappearing in the street before them and walking away amid a flock of birds before they realize that they've stopped on train tracks.
The boys attempt to get out of the car as the train approaches, but they are unable to unlock the doors. The screen starts to flicker with static and the train smashes into the car off-camera, killing all inside.
A joke ending was shot in one take by Radio Silence in which the doors are unlocked and the boys get out just before the train smashes into their car.
The boys walk away and talk about how much fun they had and what a crazy night it was as the train hits the car and it explodes behind them.
Trevor Groth, a programmer of midnight movies at the Sundance Film Festival , said, "I give this all the credit in the world because conceptually it shouldn't have worked for me.
Personally, I'm bored by found-footage horror films, which this is. And omnibus attempts rarely work. But this one does. It's terrifying, and very well executed.
It was released on the titular format of VHS on February 5, Most reviewers said that they felt the film was too long.
Variety noted that "the segments vary in quality and the whole overstays its welcome at nearly two hours. Some trimming perhaps relegating a weaker episode to a DVD extra would increase theatrical chances.
Empire gave the film four stars out of five, saying that "the biggest twist is its consistently high quality Sean O'Connell of The Washington Post gave the film a scathing review, saying that although "on paper, it's a clever concept" and "probably sounded great in the pitch meeting", it "loses all luster through some shoddy execution".
He went on to criticise the "unwatchable shaky-cam technique" and "rough and amateurish" acting, though he did identify Swanberg's segment as the best.
Strung together, it's way too much of a muchness. The film's wraparound story involves a group of fame-obsessed teens who unwittingly become stars of the next internet sensation.
A spin-off based on the segment Amateur Night , entitled Siren , was announced in , with Hannah Fierman returning.
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