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VHS 2 Kelsy Abbott

Fueled by an obsession with low-fi terror and how it could reinvigorate the horror anthology subgenre, 2012’s “V/H/S” misfired more than it maimed. Hobbled by artistic unevenness and a dim-witted wraparound story, the jerky, exceedingly violent endeavor didn’t seem like a natural fit for sequels. However, never underestimate the power of a cult audience. Less than a year later, we’re faced with “V/H/S/2,” which continues the saga of the haunted videotapes, only the quality of the shorts presented here is miles ahead of what’s come before, with a newfound dedication to turning these disparate visions of doom into interesting little slices of POV misery, finding noticeable care poured into the work to form a stronger, more cohesive sequel. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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