|release date||February 19 2006|
|director||Andrew van den Houten|
|writer||William M. Miller, Steve Klausner, Troy McCombs|
|starring||Christopher Denham, Mark Margolis, Udo Kier, Pollyanna McIntosh, Olivia Hussey, Eric Kastel|
|tagline||Fear - Its All in Your Head|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisAlex Borden (Christopher Denham) has everything going for him: good looks, charm and smarts. But soon after he meets Harry, a mysterious chess expert and a thoroughly bad influence, Alex's mental powers inexplicably begin to grow and horrible visions haunt his dreams. It's not long before people in town begin disappearing, forcing Alex to confront the dark urges and violent repressed memories invading his subconscious.
It was at the New York City Horror Film Festival back in 2005 that I first met director and producer Andrew van den Houten while sitting in the audience at Tribeca Cinema. He and his cohorts were in-house for the world premiere of his first independent venture into horror – Headspace. Unbeknownst at the time, it would firmly set the foundation for Houten’s film company Moderncine (which would later direct and/or produce Jack Ketchum’s The Girl Next Door, Jack Ketchum’s Offspring, Ketchum & McKee’s The Woman, and Brian Keene’s Ghoul) building toward their present day reputation for art house caliber productions, creating gutter-violent and dark, taboo material for those who usually wouldn’t confront such content directly. …Read More