Check It Out: Bloody, Illustrated Poster for Horror Anthology 'V/H/S'

September 11, 2012
Source: Facebook

V/H/S - Second Honeymoon

In case you weren't aware, the horror anthology V/H/S is already available to watch on VOD, but on October 5th, you'll be able to witness the found footage horror for yourself in limited theaters across the country. We've seen the creepy trailers and a cool behind-the-scenes featurette on the various segments and the filmmakers behind them, but now we have a sweet new illustrated poster from Marvel Comics artist Esad Ribić (who has drawn for comics like Loki and Silver Surfer). This one commemorates just one part of the film, director Ti West's (The Innkeepers, House of the Devil) segment titled Second Honeymoon. Look!

Here's the Second Honeymoon poster for Ti West's segment in V/H/S via Facebook:

Cloud Atlas - Poster

When a group of misfits is hired by an unknown third party to burglarize a desolate house and acquire a rare VHS tape, they discover more found footage than they bargained for. Horror filmmakers Adam Wingard, Glenn McQuaid, Radio Silence, David Bruckner, Joe Swanberg and Ti West all direct segments in this chilling anthology which Magnolia is bringing to limited theaters on October 5th this fall. The film was produced by our friend Brad Miska of Bloody Disgusting, and also The Collective. It first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and is now available on VOD. V/H/S also hits limited theaters on October 5th.

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1i on Sep 11, 2012


Oh please! Aren't people getting paranoid over that Illuminati shit? Anyhow, great poster!

moutchy on Sep 11, 2012


Triangles and Illuminattayyss everywhere. I was on holiday with a guy who could see a triangle and an all seeing eye in literally anything, it became tiresome. I actually think the poster actually looks pretty good too. Bad VHS video style for sure.

Carpola on Sep 11, 2012


Movie was absolutely terrible.

ff on Sep 11, 2012


why base the poster off of the worst part of that movie?

Armeetapus16 on Sep 11, 2012


I think each segment might get their own poster like this.

Ethan Anderton on Sep 11, 2012


I thought it was the best part because it was the only story that could actually happen.

Matt Peloquin on Sep 11, 2012


I tried this movie and after 20 mins just turned it off - the camera movement was just too much and there was zero horror - does it get any better?

nha on Sep 11, 2012


thats an amazing poster for such a mediocre movie

DoomCanoe on Sep 11, 2012


The only passing segments were the first and last, and even those weren't that great. Nice poster, though.

Carl on Sep 11, 2012


u know what the first two stories were cool....the first one, i liked, the second one was OK, but bearable, after that it sucked. i dont understand how its getting so much critical acclaim....i put this on for me and my friends saying "i heard this is one of the scariest movies out" the end i was a bit embarrassed. lol. i dunno maybe its just me, but this movie really wasnt good.

Christian Good on Sep 13, 2012

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