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I've seen several reviews of this work, and was shocked by the negative commentary. I found this movie to be a lot of fun, entertaining, engaging and ultimately really delivered the scares.
This film actually takes time to develop it's protagonist and supporting cast with enough depth,quirk and humor to actually make the viewer care what happens to them even the people you may not initially like!
The film's ultimate selling point as a great little unsung feature, is its ability to be OK with NOT answering some of the pressing questions.
Incidentally, Gattlin Griffith as our hero Neal's younger brother Paulie has some real scene stealers and does a great and believable job of playing side-kick to Neal's anti-hero.
All in all, I found this movie thoroughly entertaining,pretty much from the start and would recommend this for fans of the horror film genre. It's a slow but effective burn to the bloody,violent confrontation with hellish monstrosity that lives Under the Bed.
This movie smells a lot like "Phatasm". Instead of the tall man and the flying spheres you get a smoke machine and a hunchback in a foam-covered wetsuit.
There's also an evil dimension with a lot of coloured lamps and sheets. The biggest win however is the angry dad character, whose crowning achievement is the "grow the f.
It's hilarious to see him respond to his children in the way that he does. Basically it goes something like this: child: "A demon ate our mommy.
The script could have been written by a pre-school student. Ooh there's like a monster under the bed and you have to sleep on cupboards.
You can't touch the floor. And sometimes like the washing machines kind of wobble when it's mad.
If you could judge this movie by normal standards I would say one out of ten, but how can you apply a normal scaling when a movie has become so bad it's good?
Also to be fair the crew did a good job with the low budget they had for the monster scenes. Especially the heads getting ripped off. Neal Hausman Weston returns home after 2 years with his aunt in Florida.
Neal was sent away when his mother died in a fire that many feel he caused. Neal is convinced there is an entity that lives under his bed that is the cause of the death and the terror.
His younger brother Paulie Griffith is glad to have Neal back and their strong bond is quickly reclaimed. Paulie has seen the Monster as well and the two brother's team up to stop the evil forces their Father Holden and step mother Vander just don't believe exists.
This odd horror film plays like an interesting drama with the two brothers until you add the supernatural elements that are shown in slices in the movies first half.
Eventually it is time to reveal the monster under the bed and Director Steven C. Miller lets the audience have it as the vicious being turns this into an unexpected bloodbath.
The gory and at times scary second half will make up for the long set up the story does with the brothers.
The movie is a bit disjointed because the two halves play quite differently. Still, the movie has a nasty side and the scares and gore are quite fun by the time its over.
UNDER THE BED is nothing more than an unwelcome attempt to update that classic child-in-danger horror sub-genre of the s. 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.
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. 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. 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. 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 But it's not all bad news for the older brother So there you have your 'love interest.
The film starts off slow. I'm guessing this is to 'build tension. 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. But with a little too much gore for the kids.
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All Critics 10 Top Critics 2 Fresh 4 Rotten 6. Matches narrative incoherence with one of the most over-the-top portentous scores in horror-cinema history.
Nick Schager. The film's sense of conviction and psychological nuance never rises above that of the "I Learned It from Watching You" anti-drug PSA.
Ed Gonzalez. Anton Bitel. Kids vs. Scott Weinberg. A standard-issue creepshow, undermined by script holes and a meager budget that brings distinctly subpar effects.
Frank Swietek. Felix Vasquez Jr. Unfolds with a nuance and relative level of sophistication that belies its generic title, before eventually succumbing to a haphazard, poorly explained explosion of gore.
Brent Simon. What the production aims to pull off with the picture in the early going isn't where the movie ends up, torching a promising premise on tiresome storytelling and a mangled tonal balance.
Brian Orndorf. Under The Bed offers a fresh take on the fabled boogeyman story, delivering an entertaining explanation of what exactly is going "bump in the night" - along with one hell of a horror finale.
Matt Donato. A film of two halves - one dull, the other exciting and funny. Shaun Munro. Top Box Office. Critics SIGN UP LOG IN. Home Box Office TV DVD MORE.
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