Directed by Justin Benson, Gregg Bishop, Todd Lincoln, Aaron Moorhead, Marcel Sarmiento, Nacho Vigalondo
This third instalment of the groundbreaking V/H/S series brings horror to a twisted new level. A police chase through the streets of L.A. inspires dozens of fame-obsessed teens to flock to the scene with their video cameras and camera phones, hell-bent on capturing the next viral video. But there is something far more sinister occurring than anyone could imagine. Soon these teens will realize that they themselves are the stars of the next viral video— one in which they face their own deaths.
This third instalment of the groundbreaking V/H/S series brings horror to a twisted new level.
Cast: Natalia Ferreiro, Stephen Caudill, Greyson Chadwick, Emmy Argo, Amanda Baker, Jawed El Berni
lets start off with how amazing this movie is. now that THAT is over. lets talk about whats bad about it....everything. This movie sucks would recommend
A movie that didn't have to happen
Ouch. My eyes.
i liked one and two better this one sucked
This movie gets, in some sense, better every time I watch it. The wraparound story is still one of the worst bits in the entire franchise, but the first real segment is still fairly fun if super cheesy. The second segment is really great, well plotted and freaky as hell with a great conclusion. The third is middling and forgettable. Mostly not as bad as the worst of the franchise but not as daring or inventive as the best of it, either. A serviceable conclusion to the trilogy, but lacks a lot of what made the other two films so much fun, if uneven.