The Shudder V/H/S/94‘s panel at SDCC revealed the first look into the fourth installment of the anthology series.
The panel was hosted by Richard Newby of The Hollywood Reporter and was joined by co-creator Brad Miska and producer Josh Goldblum, they were also joined by returning directors Simon Barrett, Timo Tjahjanto, and new comers to ‘V/H/S,’ Jennifer Reeder, Ryan Prows, and Chloe Okuno.
The new installment takes place when after “the discovery of a mysterious VHS tape, a brutish police swat team launch 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.”
The directors spoke about the difficulties of filming (on real film, 29 frames per second) during lockdown restrictions in Canada, their inspirations for their segments, the catharsis the horror genre can bring, and gave small descriptions about their segments along with an exclusive special first look at V/H/S/94.
Director: Simon Barret
A new employee at a funeral home must officiate and record an overnight wake.
Director: Chloe Okuno
A local TV reporter and her camera man begins investigating into a local legend – the Rat Man.
Segment Three, ‘Terror‘
Director: Ryan Prows
A group of militia get their hands on a supernatural element that they hope to use to dispell the U.S. Government
Segment Four, ‘The Subject‘
Director: Timo Tjahjanto
When a Dr. Frankenstein like mad scientist creates an experimental creature, a group of SWAT enters his facility. But the SWAT members enter a cat and mouse game between them and the scientists creature.
Segment Five – The Wraparound
Director: Jennifer Reeder
A narcotics SWAT team enters a warehouse expecting to find a super lab, but they find something much more sinister.