V\H\S\2

Synopsis: Searching for a missing student, two private investigators break into his house and find collection of VHS tapes. Viewing the horrific contents of each cassette, they realize there may be dark motives behind the student's disappearance.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Production: Magnet Releasing
  1 win & 7 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.1
Metacritic:
49
Rotten Tomatoes:
70%
R
Year:
2013
96 min
$16,742
Website
19 Views


Hey!

Shh! Shh! No, no.

Just be quiet.

Shit.

Shit. Shit. Shit.

Hey!

Hey!

Get the f*ck back here!

Hey, give me

that fucking camera!

Yeah, so you're watching

that footage I sent?

Yeah, I'm looking, son,

and you...

So as you probably guessed,

your wife hired me to get that.

The problem is if I show it

to her, she stops paying me.

So I was thinking you might want

to make a counter-Offer there.

Oh, and whatever number

you come up with,

You can put 300 bucks on top

for the dent you put in my car.

Well, you scratched the paint

anyway.

You know what, if I don't hear

from you by tomorrow,

Your wife gets that file.

Good-Bye.

So what's the deal now?

Ah, probably nothing.

Just this woman thinks.

Her son is missing.

He hasn't been to class

in a week.

He won't answer her calls.

He's probably passed out

in a pile of beer cans.

In which case we're gonna

take the kid on a road trip.

And rack up some expenses,

'cause we're getting

1,000 bucks a day on this one.

Turn left up here.

Your button cam's working?

Yeah, it's working.

This is it?

Yeah.

It doesn't look like

anyone's home.

She couldn't give you a key?

She doesn't have one.

She said the lock.

On the back window's busted,

So maybe we can get in

that way.

And the cops haven't been here?

No, the cops don't give a shit

about some college kid.

Who's missing

for a couple days.

Here.

Is there someone in there?

Here.

Come on, give me the cam.

There's nothing there.

It sure as f*ck sounded

like there's something there.

It's an old house.

Besides, if there is somebody

in there,

I'm gonna want to talk to 'em.

Here.

You all right?

Just great. Ow.

You okay?

Huh.

- Um...

- What?

You know what?

Stay in here, okay?

I'm gonna go check

the rest of this apartment.

And make sure no one else is

in here, okay?

- You got your gun?

- Yeah.

All right, good.

Just... Just, um,

Pull anything relevant

onto that drive. Okay?

And record everything.

That was part of the deal.

She likes me to do that.

Well, you took my camera.

Oh. Then...

all right,

so I'll be right back.

Just, um...

Just, I don't know,

See what's on that computer,

okay?

If it's encrypted,

we can take it home.

If not, just pull what you can.

Got it.

Show her tits!

I found a new one.

It's third or fourth generation

from the quality.

I got it from some guy down

in little Armenia.

With a pawn shop.

He is definitely not the type

of guy you usually see.

On here trading with us,

but I think he's somebody.

Who's worth

checking in on again.

Okay.

That's fucking weird.

Most of his collection,

I would say,

Was snuff and cp,

but he had at least one.

That was the real thing.

I don't even think

he knew what it was.

Anyway...

A little bit of redness,

some irritation,

But it looks okay.

How's it working?

It's good.

Yeah, I can see,

But what about my other eye?

- Follow.

- Okay.

You can't see anything

out of your biological eye?

No.

Okay.

How about now?

Yeah.

I mean, it's a little better.

It's just kind of blurry

and shadowy.

Yeah.

All right.

Well, because your prosthesis

is attached directly.

To your visual cortex,

You real eye's essentially

battling with your camera eye.

To give you input right now.

So when your brain gets used

to having that chip in there,

You should start to see

more and more.

Out of your uninjured eye again.

Until then, you might see

some glitches.

What do you mean by glitches?

Well, this is just being

tested now.

Eye injuries like yours

are quite rare.

So that's why we've installed

a recording chip.

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