First Look at Shudder’s ‘V/H/S’ Series Reboot ‘V/H/S/94’

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We first covered the news that the found footage anthology franchise V/H/S is getting a reboot, titled V/H/S 94. It is being written, developed, and produced by David Bruckner (The Night House, Netflix’s The Ritual), who also directed a segment in the first V/H/S film. Shudder has since picked up the rights for V/H/S/94, which will be exclusive to the horror streaming service. The film will also have a screening at Fantastic Fest 2021 later this month.

As the fourth installment in the horror anthology franchise, the film and marks the return of the infamous found footage anthology with segments from franchise alumni Simon Barrett (Séance) and Timo Tjahjanto (May the Devil Take You Too) in addition to acclaimed directors Jennifer Reeder (Knives & Skin), Ryan Prows (Lowlife) and Chloe Okuno (Slut).

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In V/H/S/94, after the discovery of a mysterious VHS tape, a brutish police swat team launch a high intensity raid on a remote warehouse, only to discover a sinister cult compound whose collection of pre-recorded material uncovers a nightmarish conspiracy.

You can check out the first grisly image for the film below, and watch the film on Shudder starting October 6th. It will be available for Shudder US, Shudder CA, Shudder UKI, and Shudder ANZ.

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Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, Tyler Gillett, and Chad Villella will produce under their Radio Silence moniker. The filmmaking trio, who directed and produced last year’s Ready or Not, are also behind Spyglass Media Group’s fifth Scream sequel. Co-creator of the V/H/S franchise, Brad Miska (Bloody Disgusting), will also produce alongside Josh Goldbloom and Parinda Patel of Cinepocalypse Productions, in partnership with Studio71.

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