SHOCK editor drags out 5 more of his favorite VHS horror movie tapes. Continuing my previous column, the purpose of […]
When S-VHS debuted at Sundance this month, it was without a distributor. However, you could have guessed that at some point in the acquisitions game that Magnolia – the company that picked up VHS – would be a key player. I figured it would be a “no duh” situation if the sequel was housed at Magnolia.
So, here we are with a report at Variety saying that Magnolia is closing in on its deal with the S-VHS team. The company will likely emulate its VHS release model from last year, giving the sequel a late summer VOD bow and a fall limited theatrical run. But that’s all unconfirmed.
Before we cut out for the long weekend, let us bring you one more “best of 2012” list. Today, we share with you Paul Doro’s picks. Again, another writer who has been contributing to Shock for some time and I think you’ll dig the diversity that he brings to his list. Read on! – Ryan Turek, Managing Editor
All week long, ShockTillYouDrop.com’s contributing writers are weighing in their favorite horror films of the year. Today, we continue with Spencer Perry’s picks. What made the cut? Head inside to find out! You’ll also find links to our previous “Best of” lists. As always, feel free to use our comment boards to weigh in with your picks. Just keep it classy.
Gareth Evans, Eduardo Sanchez, Jason Eisener, Simon Barrett, Timo Tjahjanto and Adam Wingard are set to contribute to V/H/S 2, says The Hollywood Reporter.
The film is a sequel to this year’s anthology found footage flick V/H/S.
Evans, director of The Raid, and Sanchez (The Blair Witch Project) are co-writing and co-directing their segments. Wingard, who directed the wraparound segment in V/H/S, will tackle his own story this time. Hobo With a Shotgun’s Eisener will direct a segment and Barrett is making his directorial debut with his own story.
Could the horror genre finally be seeing an anthology horror film resurgence? The format – long thought of a bad news by the Hollywood studio system – is making a comeback with titles like V/H/S and The ABCs of Death. Chiller TV has commissioned an anthology film of its own entitled Chilling Visions: 5 Senses of Fear and THR scored a breakdown of the filmmakers involved.
Two historically dubious filmmaking forms come together in V/H/S, a horror anthology comprised entirely of found-footage vignettes and which chillingly showcases both the breadth of interesting ideas still available to explore within the genre, and the considerable talent of some of its most promising filmmakers. Bloody Disgusting