It’s been an exciting day for fans of the V/H/S franchise. Alongside the release of the official trailer for V/H/S/99 – which you can check out below – news broke about the series’ next installment which will take us back to 1985.
The news broke during Shudder’s appearance at New York City Comic Con, where it was announced that directors for V/H/S/85 have already been signed and that filming is currently underway for the movie, which will release in 2023.
The impressive ensemble list of directors for V/H/S/85 will include David Bruckner (The Ritual, The Night House, Hellraiser 2022), Scott Derrickson (The Black Phone, Sinister), Natasha Kermani (Imitation Girl, Lucky), Mike P. Nelson (Wrong Turn 2021, The Domestics) and popular Mexican filmmaker Gigi Saul Guerrero (Bingo Hell, Culture Shock).
V/H/S/85 will also have an impressive producer list, which includes Radio Silence’s Chad Villella, Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, & Tyler Gillett (Scream 2022, Dir Ready or Not), David Bruckner, and Josh Goldbloom (Cinepocalypse).
Now, let’s take a look at V/H/S/99…
The latest entry to the V/H/S franchise will harken back to the final punk rock analog days of VHS while taking one giant leap forward into the hellish new millennium. Its arrival comes swiftly after the release of the franchise’s previous entry, V/H/S/94, which went on to become Shudder’s most-watched premiere of 2021.
In V/H/S/99, a thirsty teenager’s home video leads to a series of horrifying revelations. It’s set in a simpler time before smartphones and selfies.
The film will feature renowned genre filmmakers Maggie Levin (Into The Dark: My Valentine), Johannes Roberts (Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City), Flying Lotus (Kuso), Tyler MacIntyre (Tragedy Girls), and Joseph & Vanessa Winter (Deadstream).
V/H/S/99 premiere on Shudder on October 20th.