"For “V/H/S,” we went to people that I have a relationship with via Bloody Disgusting -- a group of trusted filmmakers who we thought would want to take part in this. Each short film is linked together with the concept of found footage (each segment is from the VHS tapes found in the room).They pitched us their ideas, then came to us with treatments and scripts. The frame narrative focuses on a criminal gang who film their exploits, which include smashing the walls and windows of an abandoned house and sexually assaulting a woman in a parking lot.They visit a Wild West-themed attraction where Stephanie receives a prediction from a mechanical fortune teller, which claims that she will soon be reunited with a loved one.That evening (off camera), a woman comes to Sam and Stephanie's motel room and awkwardly tries to convince Sam to give her a ride the next day.The glasses fall off Clint's face and hit the ground before the video cuts out.A married couple, Sam and Stephanie, travel to Arizona for their second honeymoon.Which is kind of a reverse of how you’re supposed to do a movie like this. Entering the house, the criminals find an old man sitting dead in front of several television sets playing white noise.
So we just went with the decided upon streamlined story and just let the filmmakers go do their thing. The gang is eager to expand their criminal enterprises, and accept the task.Clint flees, begging bystanders for help, but he is suddenly lifted into the sky by Lily, who has transformed into a winged creature.This reveals that she's a succubus, who was on the hunt.When they approach Shane, Lily sprouts fangs, attacks and kills him.
Clint and Patrick hide in the bathroom until Patrick, still nude, arms himself with a shower curtain rod and returns to the room.
As the frame narrative progresses, the gang encounters a strange figure moving around the basement, which appears to be the old man.