Me and anthologies don’t get along so well. It seems that the good segments are always too short, and the bad ones are too long. Every now and again, though, an anthology comes along that really has it together.
There are so many parts of V/H/S that are genuinely creepy. There’s a great ghost story, a freaky succubus, and a festive haunted house. The movie consistently goes where you don’t want it to, which makes it a great one to watch in the dark by yourself. In a horror era where found footage flicks are a dime a dozen, this movie stands out as a serious contender.