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More tales of terror are unearthed from another pile of dusty old videos in this slick sequel to the 2012 horror anthology. Like the original, the top-and-tail story takes place in an "abandoned" house where, on this occasion, it's two private investigators on a missing-persons case who come across the cassettes. But whereas the first film's quintet of stories were of varying quality, the calibre of the four shorts here is consistently higher. Adam Wingard (
) directs and stars as the owner of a prosthetic eye that reveals more than it should, producing some heart-jolting moments in the process; there's a day-in-the-life-of-a-zombie story from
co-director Edúardo Sanchez that's akin to Ben Wheatley's POV vampire yarn from
The ABCs of Death
); and it all ends in disorientating style with a slumber-party/alien-invasion mash-up. But the pick of the bunch is
, co-directed by Timo Tjahjanto and
Gareth Huw Evans, in which a film crew's visit to the compound of an Indonesian cult turns demonically nasty. The deceptively sedate beginning soon gives way to a cornucopia of artery-rupturing gruesomeness, which will assuredly have some viewers all a-splutter. Terrifyingly terrific stuff.
Two private investigators searching for a missing student break into his house and discover a vast collection of video tapes. Sifting through the recordings for evidence, they discover disturbing documents of horrific incidents. Anthology of five horror stories, with Lawrence Michael Levine and Kelsy Abbott. Featuring films by the directors of The Blair Witch Project, You're Next and Hobo with a Shotgun.
Cast & Crew
Lawrence Michael Levine
John T Woods
Contains violence, swearing, sex scenes and nudity.
11 Oct 2013
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