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‘V/H/S’ horror franchise to be revamped with ‘V/H/S 94’

The horror anthology returns in a slightly different format.

Earlier this week, Scott Roxborough of the Hollywood Reporter exclusively revealed that the V/H/S horror film franchise will return with a revamped format for its next installment, V/H/S 94.

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According to Roxborough, the new film with still be an anthology, but presented as one narrative with all of its segments linking directly to each other.

Bloody Disgusting will once again produce along with Radio Silence Productions and Studio71/Cinepocalypse Productions. Simon Barrett, Timo Tjahjanto, and Chloe Okuno have been confirmed as directors thus far with the producers still in talks with a few others.

Although no details about the film’s plot have been released, my immense powers of deductive reasoning lead me to believe that it will primarily take place in the year 1994. The movie is also expected to retain the franchise’s “found footage” format/perspective.

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I’m a big fan of the V/H/S film franchise, so this is great news–especially the fact that the that folks who produced the original installment (Bloody Disgusting and Radio Silence) will be making this one, as well. The second movie is my favorite overall, although the ‘Amateur Night’ segment from the first one is an undisputed classic.

Although it would have been interesting to see what the filmmakers came up with for a film set after the world starting going crazy in 2016, it should be all types of fun to see what they do with a 90’s aesthetic for the next one.

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