V/H/S/94 (2021) Reviews plus Blu-ray, DVD, On-Demand and Digital release news

  

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V/H/S/94 will be released on Blu-ray, DVD, On-Demand (VOD) and Digital in the US by RLJE Films on April 19, 2022. Bonus features on the Blu-ray and DVD:

Behind-the-Scenes of V/H/S/94
San Diego Comic-Con Panel Interview
Commentary with Filmmakers and Producers, Hosted by The Boo Crew
The Empty Wake Commentary with Simon Barrett
Deleted & Extended Scenes
V/H/S/94 Special FX with Patrick Magee
“The Empty Wake” Visual FX
Full-Length Veggie Masher Commercial
Behind-the-Scenes Images
Hail Raatma!

Meanwhile, here’s our previous coverage of the movie:

V/H/S/94 is a 2021 American found-footage anthology horror film about disturbing videotapes discovered at a sinister cult compound.

The movie is the fourth entry in the franchise that began with V/H/S (2012) and was followed by V/H/S/2 (2013) and V/H/S Viral (2014).

Reviews:

” …brings back that suspense and creepiness of the first two, with a recalibrated focus on character development, rather than simply going for shock and gore. It’s good horror 101, plain and simple. Seven years have passed since Viral, but this film shows there’s plenty of stories to tell in this static laced world and more dark corners to be explored.” Cinapse

” …the VHS filter is just too much. This isn’t a pretty film to look at. V/H/S/94 might be a step back for the franchise, but the series was never known for its production values, and there were always some interesting stories here and there. Here, everything seems half-baked, with great ambitions but without the resources to achieve them.” Fiction Horizon

“Everything at least appears to be shot on VHS or made to look like it; I can’t confirm they all actually were, which adds a tremendous amount to the atmosphere with the home video feel. The low- definition depravity of the visuals fit nicely into the underground tape-trading scene by which the film was certainly inspired […] Examining V/H/S/94 as a package and comparing it to the others in the series, this is the most consistent of the bunch.” Film Pulse

“Despite Bruckner’s oversight of the entire project lending it a theoretically holistic feel, there’s still an air of inconsistency to the project, with Simon Barret’s funeral home short sticking out as by far the weakest of the lot. The other three main shorts, however, achieve a fairly harmonious balance of unnerving suspense and balls-to-the-wall action, aided by the efforts of a solid ensemble cast.” Flickering Myth

“Like most horror anthologies, there are always a few duds in the mix. ’94 does have a few weaker segments but, honestly, nothing that I would consider truly bad. It certainly isn’t enough to break up the flow and more importantly fun of this film. Overall, I was happy that even some of the weaker entries still were enjoyable and had a nice mix of spooky and at times ridiculous.” Geek Vibes Nation

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