Deadly Visions (2004)

TV Movie   |  PG-13   |    |  Fantasy, Thriller


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A woman (Nicolette Sheridan) who underwent an eye transplant is haunted by visions of her donor's last moments of life, and she is convinced that the woman was murdered.


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4 September 2005 | mmpiggy_2003
4
| Not as bad as I thought it would be...
When I saw this DVD in my local supermarket in the bargain bin I decided to give it a try and to my surprise I'm glad that I did. I expected the film to be terrible but it wouldn't be a waste of money as it was so cheap. I enjoyed watching the film even though the plot may be unoriginal and the acting may be poor(Nicollette Sheridan shows what bad direction can do as she is a much better actress in Desperate Housewives than in this), the film did offer some jumps and an unsuspected twist at the end. Overall I give this film just a 4 out of 10 mainly because of the end twist and the fact that the film made me think but I would still recommend the film to people who like a mind boggling film and surprise endings.

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Genres

Fantasy | Thriller

Details

Release Date:

18 October 2004

Language

English


Country of Origin

Canada, Germany

Filming Locations

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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