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Thursday, September 9, 2021

Shudder and Bloody Disgusting’s ‘V/H/S/94’ to World Premiere at Fantastic Fest!

While V/H/S/94, the fourth installment of the Bloody Disgusting-produced horror anthology franchise from Studio71, is set to premiere on Shudder this coming October 6th, the Shudder Original will have its World Premiere at the forthcoming Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas running from September 23rd – 30th!

Along with the news comes a first-look image, which gives you a taste of a segment directed by Timo Tjahjanto, the Indonesian filmmaker who co-directed V/H/S/2 favorite “Safe Haven”.

Tjahjanto became a horror name with his Indonesian splatterfest Macabre and also is behind two recent Netflix classics, The Night Comes For Us and May the Devil Take You, as well as Killers and Headshot. He’s also getting behind the camera for the James Wan-produced remake of Train to New York for New Line Cinema.

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.

Here’s the previously shared filmmaker line-up:

The new movie is being spearheaded by David Bruckner, who directed the “Amateur Night” segment of the first V/H/S which featured the breakout performance of Hannah Fierman as a succubus. Bruckner, whose feature The Night House was picked up by Searchlight Pictures out of Sundance for release this weekend, is also currently in production on Spyglass Media’s Hellraiser reimagining for Hulu. We’ve been a huge fan of Bruckner since he co-directed The Signal and also absolutely love his Netflix creature feature The Ritual.

Another familiar face is Simon Barrett, who helped create the V/H/S franchise and also directed the second film’s wraparound. Simon just saw the release of feature directorial debut, Seance, starring Suki Waterhouse, and also penned several classic horror films from Dead Birds to A Horrible Way to Die, You’re Next, The Guest, and Blair Witch.

We’re also incredibly excited to get to work with Chloe Okuno, who directed the phenomenal must-see AFI horror short “Slut” (watch it here). She’s an outstanding new voice in horror and has projects in the works with A24, Orion, and even recently filmed Watcher for Spooky Pictures.

Chicago-based Jennifer Reeder takes the reins of the entire film’s wraparound. Reeder is best known among horror fans for her incredible arthouse indie Knives and Skin, released by IFC Films back in 2019. Reeder was also named one of 20 filmmakers shaping the future of cinema by the great Bong Joon Ho (Indiewire)!

Last and certainly not least is Ryan Prows, the madman behind the action-packed, ultraviolent, and off-the-charts cool indie Lowlife, also an IFC Films release. Get ready because Prows is about to blow shit up!

Filmmaking collective Radio Silence (Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, Tyler Gillett, and Chad Villella), like Bruckner, contributed to the first V/H/S film with their action-packed haunter “10/31/98”, and will also produce V/H/S/94. After directing the instant classic Ready or Not for Searchlight Pictures, the filmmakers will next see their Scream sequel in theaters next year.

We’re trying something a little different with the score as we’ve added Greg Anderson of the legendary drone metal band Sunn O))) and Southern Lord Records founder to the team.

WATCH FOR A TRAILER SOON!



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3682110/v-h-s-94-world-premiere-fantastic-fest/

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