Headspace is a 2005 psychological horror film directed by Andrew van den Houten. The screenplay was written by Steve Klausner and William M. Miller, based on a story by Troy McCombs.


Alex, a young man struggling with migraines, is sent to a hospital where he is told his brain uses the frontal lobe more than any normal person. Soon after, he begins hallucinating apparitions while murders are occurring around the city