Head Trauma (2006) – By Brian Morton

 They say that you can’t go home again, but if you do, who knows what might happen? The new movie, Head Trauma, tells the story of a man who goes home again and the strange things that happen when he gets there.

Here’s the story: George Walker is going home to try to save his grandmother’s house. The house has been abandoned for years and is scheduled to be torn down. George hopes that by working on it, he can convince the city to let him keep it. But, as George works he discovers more and more disconcerting things. A human tooth embedded in the flooring of his old room, strange drawings and worse, at night when he sleeps weirder and weirder nightmares haunt him. As George spends more time in the house, the nightmares become more and more real to him, until he’s convinced that the hooded figure in his nightmares is actually stalking him. Who is the hooded figure? Why is he terrorizing George and who is the girl in the scarf who sometime appears dead and other times terrorizes George too?

Head Trauma is part haunted house movie, part murder mystery and all fun! The performances in Head Trauma are amazing, the story is top shelf and the weirdness of the house creeps off the screen and right into the room with you. Lance Weiler has crafted a movie that’s as amazing as his first movie, The Last Broadcast, you feel sorry for and creeped out by George at the same time, it’s a movie that you just can’t tear yourself away from, and when the ending is revealed, you’ll be stunned…I was! Head Trauma isn’t exactly a horror movie, but it’s just as creepy as the best horror movie out there! If you’d like to check it out for yourself, drop on over to Head Trauma Movie.com and get a copy for yourself today. It’s the kind of movie that will stay with you every time you head into your basement! So, until next time, when I’ll admit that I haven’t actually been into my basement since I’ve seen Head Trauma, remember that the best movies are bad movies.