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Plot: A teenager’s home video leads to a series of horrifying revelations.
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|5.1/10 Votes: 3,848|
|76% | RottenTomatoes|
|58/100 | MetaCritic|
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2/5 segments get a pass mark from me
I have to start by saying the main poster for this film featuring hell with the camera lense eyed face at the top is a truly great poster. It says in the trivia that after the success of ‘V/H/S/94’ this was rushed into production and it sadly feels that way a bit. It’s not a bad entry in the series, however it isn’t close to the best.
A brief analysis of the segments:
Shredding – Probably my least favourite segment. Not very creative and nothing new or memorable about it.
Suicide Bid – The stuff in the coffin was very claustrophobic and effective. The ending I could have down without, however a ‘V/H/S’ movie has to ‘V/H/S’. All said, probably my favourite segment.
Ozzy’s Dungeon – I thought I was really going to enjoy this one until it went down a completely different path to what I expected. There was so much potential and it was set up so well. Then it fell apart. Very disappointing.
The Gawkers – This one was decent. Spends a lot of time setting everything up and then it’s over a little too quickly. This was a strong enough concept to get a full length feature out of.
To Hell And Back – I’m not sure how I feel about this one. The idea is a good one. The execution didn’t quite live up to the concept however. It never really felt like they were in hell.
2/5 would get pass marks for me. I will give the overall film a 6/10.
Either Worst or 2nd Worst In the Franchise
VHS 1 & 2 are still easily the best. Then I’d say ’94, then this or ‘Viral’ for last place. I haven’t seen ‘Viral’ since it released because I remember it being just too terrible, but this one was pretty awful too. There was no suspense in any of the segments in this one, except for when the girl is buried in the cemetary, but that segment is ruined when the monster shows up and looks cheaper than if I made a monster mask out of paper and mud.
’94’ at least had Raatma, which I hoped would return in ’99’ since Raatma was the standout segment, but no. The connecting story of this movie makes no sense, not that any of the ‘VHS’ connecting storylines made much sense, but this one is complete nonsensical trash.
As for the segments themselves, they were all bad. Almost all the segments were just lame campfire stories/urban legends that were lamely executed. This movie also lacked the gritty, gross and snuff-like feel that the best ‘VHS’ movies offered. Also, none of the kids in this acted or spoke like they were from the ’90s, they sounded like your typical annoying Fortniters or Minecrafters.
The first 2 ‘VHS’ movies (and even some bits of ’94’) had a vibe to them where you felt like you were going to end up as a segment for just watching such a nasty-looking cursed film. But for ’99’, I felt like sitting through it was worse than ending up as a segment. A step down from ’94’, and a giant leap down from ‘VHS’ 1 & 2.
Hands down the best part of this movie was a hilarious performance from Steven Ogg.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 49 min (109 min)
Rated Not Rated
Director Flying Lotus, Maggie Levin, Tyler MacIntyre
Writer Zoe Cooper, Flying Lotus, Chris Lee Hill
Actors Jesse LaTourette, Keanush Tafreshi, Dashiell Derrickson
Country United States
Awards 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A