Visions of Suffering
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Thematically recalling such supernatural thrillers as Neil Jordan's In Dreams and Tarsem Singh's The Cell, Andrey Iskanov's Russian horror picture Visions of Suffering concerns a man plagued relentlessly by demons who inhabit his nightmares. When he consumes some hallucinogenic drugs, a vision surfaces that acts as a portal, sucking the poor fellow into the demonic realm. Iskanov, director of Nails and Philosophy of a Knife, packs the film with wild special effects, wall-to-wall gore, and surreal, trippy visuals. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

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"To be honest, I was just trying not to lose consciousness."
‑ Keith Breese,
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