Whereas we are able to’t actually inform what’s taking place within the trailer for V/H/S/85, based mostly on the disturbing glimpses it offers—in addition to our prior information of the V/H/S sequence—we are able to assume it’s a variety of simply godawful issues, made much more terrifying as they’re rendered in grainy, retro-vintage codecs.
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In different phrases, one other found-footage extravaganza of shocks and nightmares within the grand custom of the V/H/S sequence—which has benefited enormously from its newer affiliation with Shudder. The horror streamer additionally produced standout franchise entries V/H/S/94 in 2021 and final 12 months’s V/H/S/99. Whereas each of these movies stretched the concept VHS expertise would nonetheless be hanging round within the mid-to-late ‘90s, this newest launch returns to the heyday of VCR tradition: 1985.
V/H/S/85 | Official Trailer | Coming to Shudder
This time round, the contributing administrators are David Bruckner (who directed a phase within the very first V/H/S again in 2012, and went on to make Hellraiser and The Night time Home), Gigi Saul Guerrero (Bingo Hell), Natasha Kermani (Fortunate), Scott Derrickson (Sinister, Physician Unusual, The Black Cellphone), and Mike P. Nelson (2021’s Improper Flip); stars embody Freddy Rodriguez, Dani Deetté, Justen Jones, and Rolando Davila-Beltran. The plot? Effectively, right here’s all you get: it’s “an ominous mixtape mixing by no means earlier than seen snuff footage with nightmarish newscasts and disturbing house video to create a surreal, analog mashup of the forgotten ‘80s.”
Yep, sounds about proper—and we’re completely prepared for an additional lo-fi journey to the previous that’ll infect our future nightmares. Feast your eyes when V/H/S/85 hits Shudder October 6.
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