If you are VOD suave, you can watch V/H/S right this very second. If you're old, analogue, or simply a technophobe, you'll have to wait until October 5th to see this critically acclaimed horror anthology in cinemas. Sure, it looks like it was recorded off an old inner tube, but it houses a collection of truly great shorts from some of the horror genre's top talent. Magnet Releasing has commissioned five pieces of promo art inspired by this Halloween-ready treat, with the second two posters being revealed today. First up, we get a one-sheet inspired by Radio Silence's short '10/31/98', painted by Jason Latour. Secondly, we get Tony Moore's take on Joe Swanberg's 'The Sick Thing That Happened to Emily When She Was Younger'. Enjoy, and then be sure to check out V/H/S in one of its many available venues. Bradley Miska needs to put food on the table and Diet Dr. Pepper in the fridge, gosh darn it!