‘V/H/S: Viral‘, the third and supposedly final installation in the ‘V/H/S’ anthology series is about to be released and we’ve got the second trailer to share with you today! Unlike the first trailer which showed more from the first two anthologies, in this one you’ll have a chance to see footage from the actual films themselves.
While we still don’t know a lot about each of the stories that are being released here, we do know that it does differ from the concept of the first two films. Initially we were seeing the V/H/S stories tied together around tapes themselves and this time around things are changing. We’re still seeing things based around the found-footage concept, only this time it is kids making the videos. They aren’t going to be on tape either as it will most likely be phones and cameras as they try to figure out what will be the next big thing that can make them stars on the Internet.
Sadly, I’m sure there are plenty of egotistical fame driven people who may get inspired by this one. Which is probably would could actually make the concept either be groan worthy or downright terrifying depending how the directors play it off.
This anthology set will be released first on VOD as the initial two films on October 23rd, 2014 with a limited theatrical release on November 21st, 2018. As I enjoyed the first two, I’ll definitely be checking this out and just hope that the hits outweigh the misses. The shorts in this installment are directed by Nacho Vigalondo (‘Timecrimes’), Marcel Sarmiento (‘Deadgirl’), Todd Lincoln (‘The Apparition’), Aaron Moorhead (‘Spring’), Gregg Bishop (‘Dance of the Dead’), and Justin Benson (‘Resolution’).
Are you looking forward to the third foray into the ‘V/H/S’ series? Which of the brief shots in the video above caught your interest the most?
Fame-obsessed teens hell-bent on capturing the next viral video discover they are the stars of the next Internet sensation.
V/H/S Viral is the third installment in the found-footage horror franchise
‘V/H/S: Viral’ is set to infect the web on iTunes/On Demand October 23, 2014 and in theaters November 21, 2014.
Source: Screen Rant