While the latest film in the series will soon be available to stream exclusively on Shudder, you’ll have a more challenging time finding the others to rewatch. You can rent the first three V/H/S movies through most digital retailers, like iTunes and Amazon, or you can watch them for free via hoopla digital if you have access to your local library.
The good news is that each film is standalone, so you don’t need to have seen the previous films in the franchise to watch and enjoy the newest feature. If you’re a fan of horror anthologies, especially Shudder’s Creepshow (or the original Creepshow movies), or you just like found-footage horror, then V/H/S/94 should be right up your alley.
It’s the spooky season, and Shudder boasts a fantastic slate of content, the upcoming found-footage flick is just one of many new additions, but it’s 100% worth watching.
What time does V/H/S/94 release on Shudder?
Like most Shudder Originals, you can expect V/H/S/94 to become available at 12:00 a.m. ET exclusively on Shudder. You will need to be an official subscriber to watch. The good news is that Shudder offers 7-day free trials if you’ve been interested in trying it out. Now is as good a time as any, especially while the premier horror streaming service celebrates 61 Days of Halloween. There is tons of content available for the spooky season and beyond.
Which directors are turning for V/H/S/94?
Simon Barrett, who recently directed his feature debut with Seance, returns to the franchise with this film. He directs the segment titled “The Empty Wake.” Timo Tjahjanto is also back to direct another segment, Tjahjanto’s is actually my favorite of the bunch, and it’s titled “The Subject.”
The other directors involved in this found-footage horror anthology include franchise newcomers Chloe Okuno, Jennifer Reeder and Ryan Prows.