Travis Brown is having the worst week of his life. After losing his stereo, his job and the woman of his dreams, Travis discovers a meteorite has crashed in his back yard. Things take a ...
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Travis Brown is having the worst week of his life. After losing his stereo, his job and the woman of his dreams, Travis discovers a meteorite has crashed in his back yard. Things take a very strange twist as he cracks open the meteorite and finds a mysterious headset apparatus inside that can transport objects and beings across dimensions. Written by
Scary, intriguing, disturbing and highly entertaining
This is a frightening movie because of the extraordinary directing skills of Neil Johnson. His superb vision enhances the surrealism and brings tension levels to virtually unbearable levels. The Demons In My Head works symbolically on many levels, but is basically about human shortcomings and the way they can be exploited by unconscious forces combined with weakness of will. I couldn't stop watching. This is a clever little film and a powerful example of how great a movie can be even with limited resources when superb writers, directors, actors, and others work at the top of their craft. All this is complemented by great lighting, interesting camera angles. Highly recommended!
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