Blumhouse Productions releases, the more we're beginning to believe that they're dedicated to churning out as many mediocre movies as possible: Make them cheap, make them generic, repeat.
They've made some great movies too, but after seeing offerings like Jessabelle, Ouija, The Gallows, The Lazarus Effect, The Boy Next Door, and now Visions, how can we really think otherwise?
I know it's a business, but for crying out loud do a lot of their releases feel like cut-and-paste TV movies of the week.
|"MAYBE SHE HAS HAD TOO MUCH WINE. WHAT'S IT TO YA?"|
|BITCH, IT'S JUST A MANNEQUIN!|
Pleasant familiarity and painful mediocrity ensue.
|THERE'S NOTHING MEDIOCRE ABOUT |
|BE AS ANGRY AS YOU LIKE, LADIES, YOU KNOW WE'RE RIGHT.|
|"FOR THE LAST TIME, LADY, I'M NOT A GHOST!"|
|YES, IT IS PRETTY HORRIFYING.|
Since you can check it out for free though, it can't hurt to give it a watch if you're curious.
Visions is available now on Netflix.
Isla Fisher is our favorite Aussie who was born to Scottish parents in the Middle East. *She's smoking hot, that's the lesson here.