V/H/S/99 – Turn Off The Lights For More Terrifying Tales

Directed by: Johannes Roberts, Vanessa & Joseph Winter, Maggie Levin, Tyler MacIntyre and Flying Lotus

Synopsis: Seminal horror franchise V/H/S returns for its fifth wicked instalment V/H/S/99 – which will have you taped to the screen. The latest incarnation brings a brand-new host of hellish found footage fear fillers –  five unique tales of mayhem and terror – all linked by the year 1999

An intense and thrilling horror movie that will keep viewers on the edge of their seat

V/H/S/99 is a horror anthology that sets a new standard for the genre. The film consists of six short stories directed by some of the most renowned horror filmmakers in the world. Each story is unique and brings something different to the table, making for an incredibly diverse viewing experience.

The first story is about a group of teens who are being haunted by a mysterious figure from their past. The second story follows a young woman who discovers a horrifying secret about her family’s past. The third story centers around a man who is sent to investigate a haunted house. The fourth story is about a group of friends who stumble upon a cursed videotape. The fifth story is about a man who discovers he is living in a simulated reality. And finally, the sixth story follows a group of criminals who are trying to escape an abandoned building.

V/H/S/99 is full of suspense and horror. The atmosphere is tense and eerie and the tension never lets up.

The movie is well-crafted and the cinematography is excellent. It’s full of jump scares and creepy visuals that will have you on the edge of your seat. The soundtrack is also great, with a combination of eerie and ambient music that adds to the tension.


Overall, V/H/S/99 is a great horror anthology that offers something for everyone. The stories are all unique, with each one having its own distinct style and atmosphere. The acting is excellent across the board, and the special effects and cinematography are top-notch. All in all, V/H/S/99 is an excellent horror anthology that is sure to please any fan of the genre. Highly recommended.