Under the Bed


Action / Horror


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Jonny Weston as Neal Hausman
Musetta Vander as Angela Hausman
Nikki Griffin as Maggie
Gattlin Griffith as Paulie Hausman
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698.77 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 27 min
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23.976 fps
1hr 27 min
P/S 2 / 2

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by crazyactor1 9 / 10

Jon E.

I thought It was a pretty cool movie actually. I am a huge advocate for indie films and I think this independent movie was done very well. Jonny Weston really delivered his performance very good as well as his younger co-star. I did find myself jumping quite a bit while watching it. There were a few scenes that were questionable but overall I think the story was very well executed. It takes the more mature viewers to when they were kids and thought there were monsters under the bed. I would say it is definitely worth giving it a chance especially if you like indie horror films and if you are a fan of Steven C Millers other movies too.

Reviewed by bowmanblue 4 / 10

You certainly won't be hiding there watching this

Two brothers, the older of which has returned home after setting his house on fire and inadvertently killing his mother, must do battle against a man in a rubber suit who lives under their bed. Okay, so it's actually a monster, but, when you see it, you'll probably think, 'Oh, there's a man in a rubber monster suit.' Yes, that's the tone of the film.

Naturally, the boys' parents think they're crazy and their dad is a complete idiot at all times (whether they're talking about monsters or asking for a drink of milk, he seems to find it in himself to start shouting and threatening to lock everyone in their rooms forever... or something like that – in short, he's a douche). Then you have your clichéd bullies who think he's crazy and they live next door (do you get the impression this film is lining up plenty of characters who are going to fall foul from the thing under the bed?). But it's not all bad news for the older brother... no sooner has he returned to his home town then he's met the one hot girl who finds surly, reclusive arsonists who ride BMXs really attractive. So there you have your 'love interest.' Yawn.

The film starts off slow. I'm guessing this is to 'build tension.' But it just involves things moving in the house. Personally, I've never found a washing machine's door shutting by itself that horrific.

Yeah, there's a climax and some funky coloured lights here and there. They even throw in a chainsaw by this time to try and spice things up, but, by now, do you care? I didn't. It's not terrible, just nothing remotely new enough to warrant me paying it any real attention.


Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 4 / 10

Unwelcome updating of a once classic sub-genre

UNDER THE BED is nothing more than an unwelcome attempt to update that classic child-in-danger horror sub-genre of the 1980s. Back then, a wave of good and not-so-good movies along the lines of THE GATE and MONSTER IN THE CLOSET depicted kids battling against the worst nightmares of childhood, fighting off supernatural beings and their disbelieving parents at the same time.

UNDER THE BED is such a film that tells a very similar storyline, but unfortunately the execution is lacking. This is a surprise given the director is Steven C. Miller, who also brought us the excellent home invasion horror flick THE AGGRESSION SCALE. For some reason, he decided to tint UNDER THE BED a deep shade of blue, so everything that happens is blue-tinged. It's a depressingly predictable look and one which saps vitality from the production.

Not that there's much there to begin with. This film is saddled with a dull backstory, some boring main characters (the angsty teenage character is a walking cliché) and way too much small talk to be much good. Sure, there are a handful of fun moments involving rubber-suited monstrosities, but the tension just isn't there and such moments fall flat. What a pity.

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