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Illusions (1992)

After she has a nervous breakdown, a wife and her husband move into a new house. However, she begins to suspect that that her husband and his sister, who is visiting, are up to something ... See full summary »

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After she has a nervous breakdown, a wife and her husband move into a new house. However, she begins to suspect that that her husband and his sister, who is visiting, are up to something and may have had something to do with her breakdown. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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A V.C. Andrews novel brought to life!
6 January 2000 | by (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA) – See all my reviews

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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