History Film / VHS2

12th Oct '15 11:47:52 PM Morgenthaler
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* OffTheShelfFX: In "Slumber Party Alien Abduction", the shots from the dog's point of view are achieved with a camera attached to to an {{Alf}} doll: Since all you see of the dog stand-in is a pair of furry ears, this isn't too obvious.
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* OffTheShelfFX: In "Slumber Party Alien Abduction", the shots from the dog's point of view are achieved with a camera attached to to an {{Alf}} Series/{{Alf}} doll: Since all you see of the dog stand-in is a pair of furry ears, this isn't too obvious.
7th Jul '15 4:46:26 AM ThallianGold
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*** It's also implied [[spoiler: in Tape 49 that the protagonist rises from the dead as a monster.]]

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** [[spoiler: Tape 49]] also has elements of this.
14th Apr '15 3:08:30 PM irrumo
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* DecoyProtagonist: In ''Safe Haven'', the story begins from the POV of the producer of the news channel. He is killed off and story shifts to a different POV.]][[spoiler:
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* DecoyProtagonist: In ''Safe Haven'', the story begins from the POV of the producer of the news channel. [[spoiler: He is killed off and story shifts to a different POV.]][[spoiler: ]]
5th Apr '15 10:43:42 AM Morgenthaler
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Do not spoiler tag trope names on work pages or the names of works on trope pages; please see Handling Spoilers for more information.
* [[spoiler: DeathByChildBirth: Horrifically played straight in ''Safe Haven'' where a demonic goat-like creature bursts out of a pregnant woman killing her.]] * [[spoiler: DecoyProtagonist: In ''Safe Haven'', the story begins from the POV of the producer of the news channel. He is killed off and story shifts to a different POV.]]
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* [[spoiler: DeathByChildBirth: [[spoiler: Horrifically played straight in ''Safe Haven'' where a demonic goat-like creature bursts out of a pregnant woman killing her.]] * [[spoiler: DecoyProtagonist: In ''Safe Haven'', the story begins from the POV of the producer of the news channel. He is killed off and story shifts to a different POV.]]]][[spoiler:

* [[spoiler:{{Satan}}: Given that it sports a goat head, horns and bat-like wings, the monster at the end of ''Safe Haven'' is most probably the devil himself.]]
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* [[spoiler:{{Satan}}: {{Satan}}: Given that it sports a goat head, horns and bat-like wings, the monster at the end of ''Safe Haven'' is most probably the devil himself.]]
22nd Mar '15 11:13:49 PM Baconsavior
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30th Oct '14 9:43:22 AM Nithael
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'''''V/H/S/2''''' is a 2013 FoundFootage {{anthology}} film featuring segments directed by Simon Barnett, Adam Wingard, Eduardo Sanchez, Gregg Hale, Gareth Evans, Timo Tjahjanto and Jason Eisener. It is a sequel to 2012's {{Film/VHS}}. A follow-up sequel entitled [[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3704538/?ref_=nv_sr_3 V/H/S: Viral]] is scheduled for release October 23, 2014.
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'''''V/H/S/2''''' is a 2013 FoundFootage {{anthology}} film featuring segments directed by Simon Barnett, Adam Wingard, Eduardo Sanchez, Gregg Hale, Gareth Evans, Timo Tjahjanto and Jason Eisener. It is a sequel to 2012's {{Film/VHS}}. A follow-up sequel entitled [[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3704538/?ref_=nv_sr_3 V/H/S: Viral]] is scheduled for release ''Film/VHSViral'' was released October 23, 2014.
13th Oct '14 6:45:25 AM Chaos624
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'''''V/H/S/2''''' is a 2013 FoundFootage {{anthology}} film featuring segments directed by Simon Barnett, Adam Wingard, Eduardo Sanchez, Gregg Hale, Gareth Evans, Timo Tjahjanto and Jason Eisener. It is a sequel to 2012's {{Film/VHS}}.
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'''''V/H/S/2''''' is a 2013 FoundFootage {{anthology}} film featuring segments directed by Simon Barnett, Adam Wingard, Eduardo Sanchez, Gregg Hale, Gareth Evans, Timo Tjahjanto and Jason Eisener. It is a sequel to 2012's {{Film/VHS}}. {{Film/VHS}}. A follow-up sequel entitled [[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3704538/?ref_=nv_sr_3 V/H/S: Viral]] is scheduled for release October 23, 2014.
13th Oct '14 6:42:55 AM Chaos624
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* RuleOfScary:Like it's predecessor the movie lives off of this trope. There is really no logical explanation as to where the monsters, aliens, or any supernatural entity came from. They exist to provide fear and suspense to the people watching the movie.
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* RuleOfScary:Like RuleOfScary: Like it's predecessor the movie lives off of this trope. There is really no logical explanation as to where the monsters, aliens, or any supernatural entity came from. They exist to provide fear and suspense to the people watching the movie.
7th Sep '14 4:46:43 PM irsis
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* TakeThatMe: While investigating the house of the missing college kid one of the detectives saw a video footage of the thugs from the first movie mugging a woman in the parking lot. Her disgusted reaction to the tape mirrors how the viewers of the first movie must have reacted and how unlikable the thugs look to the casual viewer.
22nd Aug '14 6:30:21 PM Austin
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** YMMV on this, hard. The other protagonists don't come off better than those of the original and the private eye extorts money from the cheating husband in return for the incriminating footage. *** Despite the flawed nature of some of the characters the sequel still puts an effort in making the viewers sympathize with the characters this time around.
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