A scene from "Safe Haven," one of the horror shorts in "S-VHS."
The Collective A scene from "Safe Haven," one of the horror shorts in "S-VHS."

Magnolia is set to press play with "S-VHS," the sequel to horror anthology "V/H/S." The new pic includes entries from directors Simon Barrett, Adam Wingard, Eduardo Sanchez and Gregg Hale, Jason Eisener, and Gareth Huw Evans and Timo Tjahjanto.

Word on the Sundance streets is that the sequel is better than the original. "V/H/S" made its money on VOD; it took in over $100K at the domestic box office, and $622K overseas. It scored 53% rotten on the Tomatometer. /Film says "S-VHS" improves on the original in every way. ThePlaylist declares it a whole lot of fun.

"S-VHS" is produced by Brad Miska of Bloody Disgusting as well as Roxanne Benjamin and Gary Binkow.