Visions

Synopsis: After moving to a vineyard to start a new life with her husband, a pregnant woman begins to experience terrifying visions.
Genre: Horror, Mystery
Director(s): Kevin Greutert
Production: Blumhouse Productions
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
5.3
Rotten Tomatoes:
20%
R
Year:
2015
82 min
15 Views

(MUSIC)

(TYRES SQUEALING)

EVELEIGH:
David?

David?

Oh, my God.

DAVID:
Lie still.

EVELEIGH:
David, what happened?

Don't worry, it's all right.

You were in a car accident.

EVELEIGH:
There is another car.

What happened to the other car?

Oh, David. Oh, David.

DAVID:
Eveleigh, sweet.

You're okay. I'm here.

No, David, it's not okay.

There was a baby in the other

car. What happened to it?

You need to tell me.

Something really bad happened!

DAVID:
Eveleigh, it wasn't your fault.

Try and go to sleep,

try and go to sleep.

(MUSIC)

EMILIO:
You gotta be

careful with the potassium...

DAVID:
Uh-oh, there she is.

She's even prettier than you said.

Thank you.

Like I told you, she's the reason...

...I bought that place.

This place.

DAVID:
Hi, sweetheart.

- EMILIO:
Hello. I'm Emilio.

- EVELEIGH:
Evey.

- Nice to meet you.

- Nice to meet you.

Are you showing David the ropes?

Yes, he's a fast learner.

DAVID:
This is like getting a

master's degree in agriculture

in a one-month crash course.

Would you mind

looking over that for me?

- Sure.

- Thanks. Come here.

You're like a mountain

man, honey. (LAUGHS)

Thank you.

Eveleigh's Vineyard.

Are you really calling it that?

You don't like it?

I love it.

I love it. Thank you.

Well, I know it doesn't

look like much right now,

but in September we'll be

seeing our first harvest.

And you just walked past

an acre of Cabernet,

hillside of Pinot Gris,

and then over here...

Are we crazy for doing this

right now, David?

Come here.

I don't know about you,

but I'm definitely crazy.

Seriously, I think this's

gonna be good for you.

I need you to be happy, Evey.

Well, you're very

needy that way.

There's only one thing I want

you to be thinking about...

and that's having

us a healthy baby.

(MUSIC)

(KETTLE WHISTLES)

(BIRDS CHIRPING)

Victor. Hors d'oeuvre?

VICTOR:
Oh, no, no, no.

I'm going to make a toast first.

Here.

Thank you.

I'd like to make a toast.

When I first heard that there

was a young couple, from Los

Angeles, no less who were

thinking about reopening the

winery, I have to admit

that my first thought was,

"You have got to be kidding."

(CHUCKLES)

But now that I've met

David and his lovely wife...?

Evey.

Evey. I am struck by their

passion and their dedication.

And these are good

qualities to have because,

as we all know, this valley

has a bit of a reputation.

It's a hard place.

Crops that fail and

rains that never come.

But the vines that

do survive are stronger

because they seem to

thrive on this adversity.

It gives them character just

like those of us who live here.

Now, the wine you're drinking

is a Folgore '89 and I'm not

talking about 1989, that's 1889.

It's one of the first wines

that was made in this valley

and it was made right here.

I thought we'd have it tonight

in honor of this young couple

and to welcome them to

our very special club.

- Salud.

- ALL:
Salud!

Thank you.

Salud.

Hey! Thank you for coming. I

know it's a super long drive.

EILEEN:
Long? It was an eternity!

But look at all the

eligible bachelors you

get to meet tonight.

You know how much I

love a man in overalls.

You know, he's

actually not wearing

anything underneath those.

(LAUGHS)

Please help me suck up

to these wine people.

I feel like I'm

doing a terrible job.

You mean like that old guy

who gave us the old wine?

That is Victor Napoli.

He's kind of like Godfather

of this region, so...

Very lucky he's here.

EILEEN:
Hey, what's going on?

WOMAN:
Helena Knoll!

HELENA:
Hi.

No more wine.

Unless you're Ubering it!

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