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Visions

IMDB - Score
5.3/10
(6967)
Release Date:
19.01.2016
Genre:
Thriller, Horror
Length:
82 Minute
Director
Cast:
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Synopsis

After moving to a vineyard to start a new life with her husband, a pregnant woman begins to experience terrifying visions.




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Pedro Hale ( 2017-04-26 )

The Big Bad Vision...
 

What kind of movie you expect when the main stars are Dr. Sheldon Cooper (The Big Bang Theory), Britta Perry (Community), Gabrielle Solis (Desperate Housewives) and the real life wife of ..Borat? Maybe the National Lampoon of Horror but certainly not ...Visions! I think the producers did that on purpose. Don't forget that many good comedians have excel playing dramatic roles... Anyway to sum it up. This is a b-class (haunting style) horror movie with a decent plot, a twist, a couple of scares, yet mediocre execution... Although not laughable, the performances aren't good (maybe with the exception of Jim Parsons who is playing a medical doctor while preserving exactly the looks and way of speaking of his comedic character). The music and sound effects (a valuable tool for this particular genre) are OK, the direction could have been better but no one was expecting too much...but still is a cheap horror movie and it shows. Overall: Decent plot with the usual twist near the end but the poor execution and the bad cast choices are evident...



Claudia Salazar ( 2017-04-22 )

Can't understand the bad reviews...This is a Solid Movie
 

I'm really wondering what kind of people make the reviews at IMDb? Movie scholars? The Gods of Movie Reviews? Can't anyone enjoy a movie anymore?...Visions is not an Oscar contender for sure, but it is a solid entertaining movie. My girlfriend and I enjoy it from start to end, I was not looking for some deep existential film that makes me change the way I see the world, I was just looking a movie to have a good time, and I got it. Visions has a well-developed story, decent visual effects, good acting (Isla Fisher won't be nominated to the Oscars), and some pretty good scary scenes that makes you jump out of your seat...everything you need from a low budget horror flick. Give this movie a chance you won't be disappointed.



Sherri Gibbs ( 2017-06-10 )

Delivers on B Quality Horror Movie Promise
 

As I watch more and more movies, I have started to judge them based on their promise and delivery. The trailer is the promise and the movie is the delivery. The Departed marketed itself as a realistic crime drama and delivered. It was also a great movie. So it gets very high scores. American Pie promised to be a raunchy high school comedy and delivered. But it's not exactly Oscar worthy, so it gets a high score. Adventureland promised to be like superbad in its trailers, and even though I thought it was a solid indie drama, I was upset watching it because I felt like I was misled. So it gets a mixed score. It is through this scope that I write my reviews. ..



Sophia Moreno ( 2017-03-26 )

Unexpected
 

Don't let the cheesy trailer fool you! It starts off as your ordinary haunted house flick but switches into a clever thriller. The twist was simple and wasn't overwhelming but definitely effective. Cinematography was okay, the sounds were great and so was the acting. Initially Even though Isla Fisher started her career in horror I didn't think she was the right actress for the role but she proved me wrong. Eva Longoria was in this too but honestly saying anyone could've taken her role. There are a few jump scares here and there and also some good old violence! It feels refreshing to watch because it wasn't another typical possession movie. The only complaint I have of this is that it was too short! Overall I enjoyed it from start to finish, it was fast paced, thrilling and straight forward. Give it a watch!



Sophie Hudson ( 2017-06-12 )

Cool story and satisfying ending too!!!
 

I thoroughly enjoyed this movie ... With a good cast and acting, not to mention a really cool yet pretty simple story to which I found had enough creep factor to freak me out and keep me intrigued and curious throughout the movie. The eerie vineyard location and with the couple expecting their first child after a traumatic year due to an unfortunate accident give the story great legs to start with (no pun intended) so already under stress that when certain events start to unveil its easy to attribute it to all of the above... the journey the you are taken on is great for the viewer. The ending did not disappoint, as I found it to be really good and I believe any audience will be truly satisfied, as was myself! In my opinion this thriller/horror ticks all the boxes... I would most definitely recommend watching this movie if you like this genre of movie!



Janet Chambers ( 2017-06-13 )

Tried to be Hitchcock, wound up as Scream 2
 

It tries to be mysterious, replete with Hitchcock-like old style music but mostly it ends up as a silly badly made mishmash. It's not a thriller it's not scary. It's annoying. The director relies on the most absurd jump cuts to inject 'terror' but fails miserably at that. Moreover I would like a refund from the film company since the sound editing might have broken my TV. The jump cuts are so loud and dynamic range between the whispers and muttering that make up the dialog, is so extreme that I'm pretty sure it blew one of my speakers. Yes the jump cuts are that loud and dialog is so muted you won't hear much or you will crack the paint on the walls. Anyway, the story is pretty bland, you've seen it a million times but instead of a spooky house it's a spooky vineyard and instead of weird house staff, it's menacing Mexicans that tend to the vines. The place has a past, SHE has a past...is she crazy? Is the place really haunted? What does her husband do all day? And why is Isla Fisher in every single frame in this entire movie? The grapes grow the spirits fly about, the seasons change, the music from Rear Window goes on and on. As poor Isla gets more and more pregnant perhaps she will birth Rosemary's Chardonnay? Who knows? Who cares?



Howard Copeland ( 2017-04-17 )

Intriguing and satisfying! Perfectly paced.
 

After watching a few disappointing horror films the past couple of weeks this came as a pleasant surprise. The horror element is there but really this is more of a psychological thriller. Special mention goes to the orchestral music score which works well to set the mood throughout. Quite a short movie at around 75 minutes yet probably to the films advantage. Red herrings are thrown in here and there, the plot twists and turns and keeps you guessing. Some of you may figure out what is going on but the reveal is not entirely obvious. I was never bored, not once. Is the house haunted? Is she going mad? Are the neighbours stalking her? Could the husband be up to something? As the intrigue builds you feel very included searching for the answer. The ending satisfied. No gore required. No silly ridiculous twists that make no sense, just a satisfying conclusion to a very enjoyable film. As a cinematic release this may not do very well. As a film to watch cuddled up on the sofa at home it is a first class thriller that dare I say Hitchcock would approved of.



Claire Walker ( 2017-05-15 )

Excellent writing, great acting and characters. Not so scary, but very well made!
 

A loving couple moves to a small rural town after the wife is in a car crush, in order to start their life anew and await the birth of their first child. However, the pregnant wife begins experiencing visions/hallucinations, and fears their new house might be haunted with evil spirits! Sounds as corny and unoriginal as any of the hundreds of Ghost Stories out there using the same story frame, right? Well, stop right there and watch it anyway, because you're in for a treat! The story is actually original, innovative and impressively smart! The build up is immersive and suspenseful, leaving the audience on edge and constantly guessing and second guessing, while maintaining an eerie pace more suitable for Horror and less for psycho- thrillers. The characters are authentic and well thought of. I was specifically impressed with the female cast, Isla Fisher (Eveleigh), Gillian Jacobs (Sadie) and Joanna Cassidy (Helena). I also loved how the male characters were. Both Anson Mount (David) and Bryce Johnson (Ben) have a supportive role as the rock and back-up of their wives, the main characters, and they do so beautifully. Great acting and excellent direction work by Kevin Greutert. Most importantly, the twist and ending are surprising, satisfying and simply great! After so many anticlimactic endings, Visions is a shining example of how a plot twist and an ending should be. Screenwriters L.D. Guffigan and Lucas Sussman have shown us all that fine Horror writers are still out there! All in all, a fun and surprising film! Not as scary as Horror should be in my opinion, but an excellent film highly recommended!



Sophie Hudson ( 2017-06-12 )

Visions
 

Visions counts with an interesting premise which challenges our expectations as we get to know more details, making the "vindictive ghost" cliché take a different and meticulously planned perspective which keeps a narrative consistency from the beginning to the end. On the negative side, the "meth- heads" sub-plot feels a bit unnecessary, and there are two shocks which feel a bit out of place in the context of the film. Going back to the pros, Isla Fisher brings a very good performance in the leading role; it was pleasant to finally see her in a role which takes advantage of her talent, which had been wasted in many films. Besides, Fisher is well complemented by the competent performances in supporting characters by Anson Mount, John de Lancie, Gillian Jacobs and Joanna Cassidy. And then, we have the twist in the end, which I found unexpected and quite well implemented, without making any traps or violating the internal logic of the screenplay. In conclusion, Visions is a very competent horror film, and I recommend it with confidence.



Penny Mclaughlin ( 2017-04-11 )

Ending saves it from being a complete mess
 

Occasionally you come across a thriller that has a run-of-the-mill sounding story line, accompanied by some surprisingly big actors in the lead roles. To me this is usually a sign that the movie is going to have a bit of an X-factor about it, often in the form of a twist. The three actors that caught my eye in this one were Isla Fisher, Jim Parsons and Eva Longoria. Nothing huge there, but for an almost unheard of horror/thriller they're still surprising to see. The first 90% of the film their presence wasn't making a lot of sense, then the final 10% began and I realised what had enticed them along. It's nothing mind-blowing or game changing, but it's more than enough to save the film from being a complete disaster. I did have to wonder though whether this is what Longoria's career has come to. She was a big star not that long ago, yet it appears since 'Deperate Housewives' came to an end her stocks have dropped and she's reduced to having nothing roles in little-known films. I kept expecting her character to get more screen time or at least have some important reason for being in the story, but sadly it never came. The reveal and the twist are what make this film, there is no doubt about that. My advice would be don't give up on this film too early, it gets better.



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