New trailer for V/H/S: watch now

Another look at the spooky portmanteau

V/H/S has released a new green-band trailer that's supposedly more audience-friendly than its red-band counterpart. Needless to say, it's still terrifying.

The film follows a group of low-level hoods charged with breaking into a house to steal a mysterious videotape for an unseen employer. Trouble is, upon arrival at their destination they find a whole host of unmarked tapes, any of which could be the one they want.

The only thing for it is to watch them all, allowing the cream of the horror scene to serve up a series of short films to terrify both audiences and protagonists alike.

Take a look at the new trailer, below…

The film is currently generating a good deal of buzz among horror aficionados, with up and coming genre stars including Ti West, Radio Silence, Adam Wingard, Joe Swanberg and Glenn McQuaid all contributing to the various tales of woe on display.

V/H/S will get a general UK release later in the year, and will also screen on the opening day of this year's FrightFest, on 24 August 2012. To get your hands on tickets, just head over to the Empire Cinemas site, where day passes are still available...

What do you think of the new trailer? Tell us, below!


    • Heisenberg

      Jul 10th 2012, 7:51

      Hmmm, at the start i thought it was just going to be about these gruesome murders being taped while they are carried out. But it appears to a lot more 'ghostly' than that. I'm sure it will provide a few jumps and entertainment, but i always feel that with movies where its an actual person doing to the harm, they are much more unsettling over the length of the movie as it is an actual human being being awful to people etc. I personally always find that with ghosts and the like, they scariness is often (not always) taken away after a while and just replaced with loud noises to make you startled. Definitely DVD material i think.

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    • RaveyDaveyGravy

      Jul 10th 2012, 12:08

      Looks great!! Until the "I like you" vampire bit, which made me just go "oh please"

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    • thedanieljson

      Jul 10th 2012, 20:45

      Since The Innkeepers and House of the Devil have very quickly become my favourite horror films, I trust Ti West with any project. Can't wait for this. The living house segment looks fantastic too, looks like practical effects. It all just looks very raw, and low-budget, real life effects and horror really go hand in hand.

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    • Heisenberg

      Jul 10th 2012, 20:55

      @thedanieljson, i have to disagree, The Innkeepers was one of the most boring movies i have ever witnessed, it was only somewhat saved by the blonde actress who was actually quite good. But it was a horrendous movie.

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