Visions of Suffering 2008 Horror Movie Review
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Visions of Suffering is filled with outrageous special effects, mind-numbing visuals and a totally unique storyline that propels the viewer into asurreal world you may never wake up from.
Demons stalk a victim in his sleep. They appear whenever the rain falls and threaten to break free from the land of nightmares into his conscious world. A drug-induced vision allows the demons to finally tear apart the veil that separates him from their nightmare world, and the victim is dragged into their hellish realms. The latest film from director Andrey Iskanov (Nails, Philosophy of a Knife) this Russian tale of horror takes you on a stunning visual journey into the depths of nightmarish hallucination.
About Visions of Suffering (2008)
Visions of Suffering
Igor Anikin, Alexandra Batrumova, Yukari Fujimoto,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
120 minutesDirector: Andrey Iskanov,
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