V/H/S sometimes great, other times not so much.
The found footage sub-genre of horrror, though one of my favorites, has certainly run it's course by now. What more can you do with the concept that audiences haven't seen anymore? But V/H/S proves that there is still some originality to the style. Like all anthology films this one is uneven, with each short piece of horror varying in quality. When it works, it does the job spectacularly (especially the first and last segment.) There is also one segment done entirely through Skype calls that is surprisingly effective and quite disturbing and creepy. However there are also a couple that just don't cut it, and are neither scary or just dull. However, V/H/S has a lot of potential for future installments, where more horror directors can make their own little shorts. Definitely worth a watch, but it could have been so much better.