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Head Trauma (2006)

Not Rated | | Horror, Mystery, Thriller | 24 June 2006 (USA)
After a 20 year absence, drifter, George Walker, returns home to settle his grandmother's estate. As if awakening from a long dream, he finds his childhood home condemned and littered with ... See full summary »

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Vince Mola ...
George Walker
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Julian Thompson
Mary Monahan ...
Mary Sherman
Meryl Lynn Brown ...
Roberta Thompson
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Susie
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Chester Jackson
Louis A. Bisignani ...
Ben Dobbs
Steve Garvey ...
Bartender Steve
Cris Hazzard ...
Biker
Josh Cramer ...
City Official On Phone (voice)
Robert Weiler ...
Bar Patron / Motel Party
Brett Nielsen ...
Bar Patron
Margo Mulholland ...
Girl On Street
John Stefanic ...
Hooded Figure
Mark Rublee ...
Hooded Figure
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After a 20 year absence, drifter, George Walker, returns home to settle his grandmother's estate. As if awakening from a long dream, he finds his childhood home condemned and littered with the remnants of squatters. In the midst of trying to save his past, George falls and strikes his head, triggering an onslaught of vivid nightmares and waking visions. As the horror intrudes on George's reality, his conviction grows that someone or something is trying to kill him. Written by Anonymous

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Named Best Indie Feature of 2006 by Rue Morgue magazine. See more »

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Creepy nightmarish story
24 September 2008 | by See all my reviews

Here's another pretty unique horror film, that you don't see much about. Here is the synopsis; After a 20 year absence, drifter, George Walker, returns home to settle his grandmother's estate. As if awakening from a long dream, he finds his childhood home condemned and littered with the remnants of squatters. In the midst of trying to save his past, George falls and strikes his head, triggering an onslaught of vivid nightmares and waking visions. As the horror intrudes on George's reality, his conviction grows that someone or something is trying to kill him.

The movie moves at a slow pace but builds up the tension very nicely, and begins to get disturbing as hell. George's nightmares and visions are indeed horrific, and until the end, it appears the story has moved into the supernatural. There is a couple of pretty good scares which add to the fun, and the movie reminded me in a strange way of "Schramn", not the story but the way the movie moves along. The good thing, is after it is all over, everything makes sense and explained in full, so you don't go away from the movie shaking your head. With a super low budget, the filmmakers used their money well, and created a memorable exercise in psychological horror. The movie came highly recommended to me, and now I recommend it too.


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