Andrey Iskanov's Visions of Suffering (Final Director's Cut) (2016) After loosing his girlfriend because of his obsession with necrophilia, death and a morbid fascination for decomposing human bodies, Sasha falls into despair. He suffers dreadful nightmares where he is wandering a dead otherworldly forest filled with fog and strange creatures. He happens to disturb a demonic shaman, which results in and outlandish beings start moving into our world, and strange voices are heard on his telephone line. A phone repairman comes to help with the faulty lines, but the old man is not what he seems; he's a phone-wizard and knows more than the average man about dreams, nightmares and the creatures that inhabit the other world with no shapes. At nightfall the situation spirals out of control and becomes deadly. Sasha makes several mistakes and daytime is smashed to smithereens, throwing the world into an eternal night of horrors. To save himself, Sasha ventures into a world of no shapes, inhabited by tormenting vampires, seductive lesbians and demons lurking in every shadow, bringing death and obliteration in their path.