Plot: Self-help guru Tobin Vance has been exiled to the UK, avoiding arrest from his US operations. Now, he’s secretly running more retreats, with the help of a new assistant Elizabeth, and his acolyte John.
Runtime: 1 Hour 21 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Trauma Therapy Psychosis starts when Tobin Vince (Malloy) puts his latest subjects Nicole (Tremethick), Lily (Warner), Jesse (Gordon) and Daniel (Seath) through the latest test. The four have personal issues that they need to resolve. However, the challenges put the subject through gruelling series of events.
As the tests become more intense the subjects start to challenge the process. However, Tobin remains in control and his procedures get questioned by people looking back on what happened.
Verdict on Trauma Therapy Psychosis
Trauma Therapy Psychosis is a horror thriller following a group of subjects looking to battle past traumas. The subjects are put through a string of intense trials to find a solution. However, how far are they going to be pushed is the bigger question.
This is a movie that gets to examine the social studies of people put through extreme measures for treatment. It doesn’t shy away from the limits it wants to push the characters. However, the idea of an interview describing the stories is interesting to see. This doesn’t bring too much new to the table in the form of what they get put through. However, it tries to put a few twists and turns into the final out.
Final Thoughts – Trauma Therapy Psychosis is a twisted way to treat people.