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United States, Indonesia · 2021
1h 43m
Director Simon Barrett, Timo Tjahjanto, Steven Kostanski, Jennifer Reeder, Chloe Okuno, Ryan Prows
Starring Anna Hopkins, Kyal Legend, Christian Lloyd, Kimmy Choi
Genre Horror

V/H/S/94 is a 2021 American found footage horror anthology film and the fourth installment in the V/H/S series. After the discovery of a mysterious VHS tape, a brutish police swat team launches a high-intensity raid on a remote warehouse, only to discover a sinister cult compound whose collection of pre-recorded material uncovers a nightmarish conspiracy.

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The A.V. Club by A.A. Dowd

File 94 somewhere between the inspired, crowd-pleasing bloodshed of the second film and the series-low ineptitude of the third, V/H/S Viral.

63 by Brian Tallerico

The resulting V/H/S/94 falls victim to the traditional unevenness that is common to anthology horror but with more hits than misses, and a general air of unhinged joy for the genre that these films often lack.


The New York Times by Calum Marsh

I suppose it doesn’t cohere into anything more than the sum of its parts. But this is the first time I’ve felt the anthology horror format really worked, and gosh, the parts are really good.


IndieWire by David Ehrlich

After nine years and four movies, it might be time to hit the “eject” button on the “V/H/S” series once and for all.


Screen Rant by Debopriyaa Dutta

V/H/S/94 is a solid entry that provides the telltale thrills of gritty found-footage horror mired in '90s nostalgia, though it is flawed and uneven.


Paste Magazine by Jim Vorel

Put simply, V/H/S/94 is almost less an anthology than it is a vehicle for a single, deliriously creative segment from director Timo Tjahjanto, which dominates the entire center of the film. All the other segments simply orbit this central anchor, caught in the inexorable pull of Tjahjanto’s demented imagination, which manages to give V/H/S/94 at least 30 minutes in which one cannot look away.


IGN by Siddhant Adlakha

All five stories in V/H/S/94 feature a cult-like element, but only one of them feels like a true work of madness.

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