SXSW Film Interview V/H/S – Second Honeymoon Writer & Director Ti West

I’ve been a fan of Ti West work since viewing his 2009 film which he wrote and directed The House of the Devil. I viewed the film on demand after hearing lots of internet buzz surrounding a movie that seemingly came from nowhere.  His follow up to House of the Devil was 2011’s The Innkeepers, a film that solidifed West as one of the top tallents to come along in a while. This time around he has directed a segment from V/H/S tittled Second Honeymoon. I had a chance to discuss the segment and the film, his challenges of working with the first person format for the first time and his next project. Give the inteview a watch and let us know what you think in the comments below.

 

By John Coovert

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