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Terror Is Spread in First Teaser for Horror Anthology 'S-V/H/S'

January 17, 2013 (7:31 am) GMT
A family is seen celebrating someone's birthday before things turn chaotic, and a man is featured driving while his body is soaked in blood.

"S-V/H/S" spreads terror via its very first teaser before the horror film heads to the upcoming Sundance Film Festival. The creepy promo video sees real-footage of a family on a birthday celebration, when suddenly things get ugly as an unknown being ruins the occasion. Tons of random scenes are also mixed in the video, which ends with a blood-soaked man driving a car before a creature gets in through the car window.

A sequel to last year's Sundance hit, "", the upcoming film focuses on two private investigators who break into a missing student's abandoned house and find another collection of mysterious VHS tapes. In viewing the horrific contents of each cassette, they realize there may be terrifying motives behind the student's disappearance.

The first film has just come out in cinemas last October, but the producers are already preparing this sequel to be released during the next Sundance. Among those contributing segments in the sequel are filmmakers Jason Eisener (""), Gareth Evans ("") and Timo Tjahjanto ("Macabre").

Starring Adam Wingard, Lawrence Michael Levine, Kelsy Abbott, Hannah Hughes and L.C. Holt, the horror anthology pic still hasn't got a U.S. release date.



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