Most of the Visions stills have now been replaced with HQ versions, plus we have some additional stills, set photos and posters.
The film was released in a few countries a couple of months ago (and is out on Blu-ray/DVD in Australia), and some reviews have popped up online – find some below, and a few more links on IMDB…
Similar to The Gift (2015), also from Blumhouse, Visions plays with the tropes and conventions of the horror genre, such as the mysterious whistling kettle sound, a hooded figure whose face cannot be seen and an eerie pool of water in the dead of night.
A nice twist at the end recasts everything that has gone on before in a different light.
It is not quite as gripping as The Gift, but Visions is still worth watching. Sometimes, it pays to play by the book.
– Read more at StraitsTimes.com
Eveleigh and David are perhaps the most hipster couple to be depicted in horror films. They give up everything to live on a vineyard, and take great pains to restart production on the farm. While they may live in an isolated house which is ostensibly far from society, it’s actually a quick jaunt to the city regions for them to partake in yoga or get a quick drink at a cafe. It’s pretty much the modern ideal of life, where the supernatural is the last thing on their minds, and this is what makes the haunting so much so impactful — it’s a jarring juxtaposition against normalcy.
– Read more at Yahoo! Movies
What’s here is a highlight reel of genre particulars, and while Fisher is game to communicate a range of shocked reactions, there’s ultimately little to respond to as a decent offering of paranormal activity becomes a blunt instrument in its final act.
– Read more at Blu-ray.com