Under the Bed

2012

Action / Horror

95
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 44%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 14%
IMDb Rating 4.6 10 2318

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Cast

Jonny Weston as Neal Hausman
Musetta Vander as Angela Hausman
Nikki Griffin as Maggie
Gattlin Griffith as Paulie Hausman
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1hr 27 min
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1hr 27 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Paul Magne Haakonsen 6 / 10

When there actually is a monster under the bed...

It is my admiration and fascination with the horror genre that drove me to pick up "Under the Bed" and sit down to watch it, especially since I didn't know what the movie was about or who starred in it. All that I had seen was the movie cover, and it was more than enough to get my attention.

It turned out that "Under the Bed" had a rather interesting and entertaining storyline. I had initially thought that given the title of the movie that it could be a cheesy horror movie, but I was glad to be proved wrong. The storyline here was rather good, and director Steven C. Miller and writer Eric Stolze had managed to put together a clever storyline and one that kept the audience in the dark - literally.

The movie was actually genuinely creepy, and director Steven C. Miller did a great job in building up the suspense and the dread throughout the course of the movie. And the climax when the creature was finally revealed was actually quite satisfactory.

"Under the Bed" had some good acting performances, and Jonny Weston (playing Neal) and Gattlin Griffith (playing Paulie) actually carried the movie quite nicely.

The creature in this movie was rather interesting, and it was of good design and concept idea. It was a creature that was somewhat frightening and pitiful at the same time. Sure, it was not a creature design that revolutionized the horror genre in any way.

I found "Under the Bed" to be an entertaining movie and it was a good addition to the horror genre.

Reviewed by Dark_Lord_Mark 8 / 10

Great Throw Back 80's PG Style Horror

WHat else can I say but it is super enjoyable.

I am not sure why the low score. Most likely the high and mighty audience. It is a throwback to some really good 80's horror.

It is reminiscent of those great horrors where kids were kid and acted like kids. The kids in the movie are very relateable sort of like the children in the Goonies or ET.

The title of the movie is the plot but are all the kids crazy? Is it in their heads? Who knows, you must watch to find out. I highly recommend giving this a watch.

I will give it an 8 to a 9 out of 10. Are there plot holes possibly. But does it stop the fun and enjoyment....no! Highly recommended.

Reviewed by one-nine-eighty 4 / 10

Brothers against Monsters

This film was alright truth be told, if you have read other reviews on IMDb then you'll see a lot of criticism towards plot holes, continuity issues and a sometimes jumbled jumping story. Two brothers who are menaced by a monster under the bed during the night and have to endure their constantly angry dad during the day. Unable to prove the monsters existence everyone doubts them as crazies until the two worlds meet. This wasn't a spectacular movie by any accounts but it was okay, you did get a sense of something lurking in the shadows constantly but you also got the feel good 'us VS the world' feel as you follow the two brothers throughout their plight. All the action came in the last half an hour of the film. The monster manages to escape and wreak havoc and boys have fight it. While the acting is a bit wooden at times (not all the time, don't get me wrong) I liked that there was no CGI in this film, just old-school effects and man in monster suit.

Give it a go but expect a slow burner which feels creepy at times. It's not 100% original but does offer some nice twists to keep it from being the same old boring 'monster under the bed' story as other titles.

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