'V/H/S 3' Gets an Official Title, Cast, Synopsis and Erotic First Look

May 1, 2014
Source: ScreenDaily

V/H/S Viral

Following two successful horror anthologies thus far, the V/H/S series is continuing, and the first details on the sequel have surfaced. The threequel is called V/H/S Viral and this time follows fame-obsessed teens who unwittingly become stars of the next internet sensation. This will likely be the story of the bookends used to tie all the horror shorts together. Speaking of which, this time the shorts will be directed by Todd Lincoln (The Apparition), Nacho Vigalondo (Timecrimes), Marcel Sarmiento (Deadgirl), Gregg Bishop (Dance of the Dead), and Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead (Resolution). That sounds great!

Here's the first still from V/H/S Viral, that teases a rather erotic setting for the sequel (via ScreenDaily):

V/H/S Viral

As for writing duties, all the directors had a hand in their scripts, but there's also some work from T.J. Cimfel and Dave White (though maybe they're the ones who scripted the bookends). So far only lesser known actors Emilia Zoryan, Justin Welborn and Emmy Argo are listed as cast members, but that helps make these anthologies authentic. And as usual, we really don't know what kind of short each director will deliver, but that's been part of the fun, especially when catching the premieres at Sundance. It's not clear if the third chapter in this horror franchise will hit the indie film festival again, but we really hope so.

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  • mooreworthy
    The cult segment was the sh*t in the sequel along with the vampire one in the first for me. The rest were alright.
    • OfficialJab
      The cult one is unbelievable.
      • mooreworthy
        Hell yes, couldn't shake some scenes from my mind.
      • rootbeer1
        I can't believe that was directed by the guy who did The Raid movies
    • Rick
      I thought that the cult one felt like a feature-length movie stuffed into a short. I freakin' loved the zombie POV one, though.
    • SlashBaby
      The best parts of both IMO, the succubus looked awesome and the exploding cult leader was epic. I really liked the life of a zombie too for some reason. This movies are a guilty pleasure of mine and can't really wait for the third one.
    Oooohh nastyyy.
  • OfficialJab
    V/H/S 3 wasn't a good enough title? Man I hate studios.
    • Actually, it's probably not the studios that made that title choice. The V/H/S sequel was originally called S-VHS, but they scrapped it for V/H/S 2 for accessibility.
  • Rock n Rollllll
    You think this is scary, wait till they get to the Beta's
  • ff
    meh. more crap
  • SkyNet300
    Loved part two but the first was garbage.
  • Both of these movies were a huge letdown. The trailers were scary. The movies were not.




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