Illusions (1992)

TV Movie   |  R   |    |  Drama, Thriller


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Greg Sanderson is helping his wife, Jan, to recover from a nervous breakdown and revive their strained marriage. Their privacy is interrupted by the arrival of Greg's stunning and ... See full summary »


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6 January 2000 | tionna
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| A V.C. Andrews novel brought to life!
I saw "Illusions" last night at 3 AM and this movie was pure enjoyment for me! It was totally 80's-ish schlock, like a horror novel written for teenagers. However, I enjoyed the movie not because of the storyline, which was rather predictable, but more because of the actors and my nostalgia for horror movies from the 80's. I was surprised to learn that this TV movie was made in the 90's and not the 80's. Emma Samms was perfect as the evil sister-in-law, and it was nice to see Heather Locklear in a good role, since I'm used to seeing her on "Melrose Place."

This movie has everything -- schemes you can see from a mile away, people who turn out to be totally different from what they seem to be, hallucinations, dreams, ghost stories, a house in the country with an ever-so-helpful caretaker, murder plots, and so on. The strangest part of it was that a lot of the narration sounded like it was done by someone other than Heather Locklear. Anyway, I would recommend this movie as a nice getaway from reality.

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Drama | Thriller

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Release Date:

14 October 1992

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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