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2014-03-15 09:42:21 PM
OK, that was actually scary.  Well done!
 
2014-03-15 09:49:26 PM
Okay, that gave me freakin' cold chills.
 
2014-03-15 09:55:05 PM
whee!!
 
2014-03-15 10:16:22 PM
Very well done - the first time the lights went off and I was hooked.
 
2014-03-15 10:56:59 PM
The wife thanked me when I told her I wasn't going to make her watch it.
 
2014-03-15 11:00:49 PM
ending was a bit of a letdown but yeah, nicely done otherwise.
 
2014-03-15 11:01:20 PM
The ending kinda sucked. Not seeing the monster is far scarier than seeing that shark/preteen thing.
 
2014-03-15 11:06:57 PM
It was freaky until she went to bed.  I would have burned down the house with everything in it.
 
2014-03-15 11:17:04 PM
Meh.  Full of typical horror/thriller tropes.  None of it surprised me.  That being said, it at least used those tropes well.
 
2014-03-15 11:43:23 PM

Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: It was freaky until she went to bed.  I would have burned down the house with everything in it.


The first night I spent in a house I rented with some friends in college a mouse ran across me while I was laying on the bed reading a book.  There was no second night.

I wouldn't have turned the light off a second time.  I'd pack my shiat, go to my car, and drive towards daylight.
 
2014-03-15 11:44:54 PM
There was one of these submitted a while back, and it was about a mom putting her daughter to bed, and it was freaky as hell. Does anyone know what it was called?
 
2014-03-15 11:48:57 PM

Coolfusis: The ending kinda sucked. Not seeing the monster is far scarier than seeing that shark/preteen thing.


I think the ending could've worked if there was just a split second of seeing 'it'. I think a quicker cut would've made it far more impacting to only get the slightest glimpse of it
 
2014-03-15 11:56:24 PM

Robots are Strong: There was one of these submitted a while back, and it was about a mom putting her daughter to bed, and it was freaky as hell. Does anyone know what it was called?


"The Casey Anthony Story"?
 
2014-03-16 12:04:57 AM

Robots are Strong: There was one of these submitted a while back, and it was about a mom putting her daughter to bed, and it was freaky as hell. Does anyone know what it was called?


Two of these I think might fit the bill.  This one is probably it:

"There's no such thing"  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJytKD2Kt-w

And there's this one based on a two sentence horror story.  I know I've seen this done better, but this was the only one I could find:

"Something on my bed"  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m30hzXxuAJ8
 
2014-03-16 12:22:40 AM

Invisible Pedestrian: Robots are Strong: There was one of these submitted a while back, and it was about a mom putting her daughter to bed, and it was freaky as hell. Does anyone know what it was called?

Two of these I think might fit the bill.  This one is probably it:

"There's no such thing"  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJytKD2Kt-w

And there's this one based on a two sentence horror story.  I know I've seen this done better, but this was the only one I could find:

"Something on my bed"  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m30hzXxuAJ8


It's very much in the theme of the second one actually, but not it.
 
2014-03-16 12:25:41 AM
The ending made me LOL
 
2014-03-16 12:35:47 AM
You know what's coming, but are still startled by the scare. That's one of the marks of a good horror/suspense film. That was pretty well done.
 
2014-03-16 01:04:31 AM

Robots are Strong: There was one of these submitted a while back, and it was about a mom putting her daughter to bed, and it was freaky as hell. Does anyone know what it was called?


Seems it has been taken down.  It grew out of a Reddit challenge for best two-sentence horror story. Someone made this short film out of it, then someone else made a better version, which is the one you are asking about.
 
2014-03-16 01:16:54 AM

Thunderboy: Robots are Strong: There was one of these submitted a while back, and it was about a mom putting her daughter to bed, and it was freaky as hell. Does anyone know what it was called?

Seems it has been taken down.  It grew out of a Reddit challenge for best two-sentence horror story. Someone made this short film out of it, then someone else made a better version, which is the one you are asking about.


Yeah, that sounds right. It has to be out there somewhere!
 
2014-03-16 01:49:44 AM
Heigh-hooooooo!

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2014-03-16 01:54:43 AM
That was pretty good, scary and tense.
 
2014-03-16 02:27:56 AM
I once had real life situation somewhat like this video happen to me. I was going to bed one night and after turning off the living room light I turn around and silhouetted against the light from my bedroom was a small figure standing dead still and silent. It took only a few seconds to realize that it was just my daughter who, at the time, would sleepwalk when she needed to go to the bathroom. I helped go to the bathroom and put her to bed without further incident. But those few seconds of non-recognition felt like forever and it was as close as I ever want to get to being in a horror movie. I've had a few odd paranormal-like things happen in my life but that was by far the scariest.
 
2014-03-16 05:36:43 AM
Yeah that was scary.... I mean seriously what a messed up freaky power strip.....Wtf was wrong with it....looks like a honeycomb strip.
 
2014-03-16 06:31:27 AM
Funny how since going all atheisty back in the 90s, I don't see this stuff as scary and I don't find anything that occurs to be paranormal-like.  Jump scares still work (more of a human reaction there) but the scary atmosphere thing just isn't there anymore.
 
2014-03-16 07:42:54 AM

xanadian: Meh.  Full of typical horror/thriller tropes.  None of it surprised me.  That being said, it at least used those tropes well.


I agree. Kinda of a letdown, but done well.
 
2014-03-16 09:26:30 AM
"The last man on Earth is sitting in his home. There is a knock on the door."
 
2014-03-16 10:29:43 AM

baufan2005: Robots are Strong: There was one of these submitted a while back, and it was about a mom putting her daughter to bed, and it was freaky as hell. Does anyone know what it was called?

"The Casey Anthony Story"?


I'm surprised my computer didn't explode into glorious fireworks when I came across this. Winner, and new champion. Well done.
 
2014-03-16 11:26:25 AM

DuudeStanky: Coolfusis: The ending kinda sucked. Not seeing the monster is far scarier than seeing that shark/preteen thing.

I think the ending could've worked if there was just a split second of seeing 'it'. I think a quicker cut would've made it far more impacting to only get the slightest glimpse of it


A shot from over the shoulder of it focused on the fat chick's wide open eyes.
 
2014-03-16 11:47:45 AM
Nicely creepy, but my favorite takeaway is "Honey Bunches of NOPE!"...
 
2014-03-16 11:48:22 AM

Coolfusis: The ending kinda sucked. Not seeing the monster is far scarier than seeing that shark/preteen thing.


Be grateful - it could've started twerking.
 
2014-03-16 12:15:17 PM

Pentaxian: I once had real life situation somewhat like this video happen to me. I was going to bed one night and after turning off the living room light I turn around and silhouetted against the light from my bedroom was a small figure standing dead still and silent. It took only a few seconds to realize that it was just my daughter who, at the time, would sleepwalk when she needed to go to the bathroom. I helped go to the bathroom and put her to bed without further incident. But those few seconds of non-recognition felt like forever and it was as close as I ever want to get to being in a horror movie. I've had a few odd paranormal-like things happen in my life but that was by far the scariest.


When my daughter was between around 3-6 years old she had a habit of walking around the house late at night with her blanket over her head.  She wouldn't be afraid of the dark if she couldn't see it.  Kid logic.  Several times I rounded the corner of a dark hallway to find her standing at the end of it.  Just this horribly ghostly figure.  Once I turned off all the lights except for one, and as I walked around the sofa she was sitting indian style with her blanket over her head, near the last light left on.  Just sitting there.  I actually gasped out loud that time.  She was sleepwalking sometimes, but it was always easy to lead her back to her room.

She also had a habit of coming into the master bedroom late at night and falling asleep on the floor next to the bed.  That's when I learned that she sometimes laughs maniacally in her sleep (or at least once did).  Scared the piss out of me the first time that happened in a pitch black bedroom that was supposed to be empty (except for me).
 
2014-03-16 12:21:26 PM
The hallway scene was spine-tingling.

As soon as the scene changed to her in bed, it fell apart for me. Why would anyone who had just experienced what she experienced stay in that place? How could she possibly fall asleep after seeing what she saw, just outside her bedroom?

Then the whole thing with her pulling the blanket over her head...What adult would do that? And since it was such a ridiculous response, I was expecting it to play into the story, for example, seeing the shadow of a hand reaching across the blanket.

The last shot was a huge let-down.
 
2014-03-16 05:05:09 PM
The scariest part was having to see that much of Pasty McTaint-chaff. No hotties available?
 
2014-03-16 07:13:10 PM

Robots are Strong: Thunderboy: Robots are Strong: There was one of these submitted a while back, and it was about a mom putting her daughter to bed, and it was freaky as hell. Does anyone know what it was called?

Seems it has been taken down.  It grew out of a Reddit challenge for best two-sentence horror story. Someone made this short film out of it, then someone else made a better version, which is the one you are asking about.

Yeah, that sounds right. It has to be out there somewhere!


Is this what you're thinking of?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJytKD2Kt-w
 
2014-03-16 07:40:36 PM

Robots are Strong: There was one of these submitted a while back, and it was about a mom putting her daughter to bed, and it was freaky as hell. Does anyone know what it was called?


Is it this one?

http://youtu.be/LGeDBzIttaA
 
2014-03-16 09:10:36 PM

Tyrone Slothrop: "The last man on Earth is sitting in his home. There is a knock on the door."


He opens the door with a big grin on his face and says to Jane from accounting, "Well, isn't this ironic, don't you think?"
 
2014-03-16 10:09:56 PM

Wolf892: Tyrone Slothrop: "The last man on Earth is sitting in his home. There is a knock on the door."

He opens the door with a big grin on his face and says to Jane from accounting, "Well, isn't this ironic, don't you think?"


Bravo!
 
2014-03-17 08:53:15 AM

Loan Starr: Robots are Strong: There was one of these submitted a while back, and it was about a mom putting her daughter to bed, and it was freaky as hell. Does anyone know what it was called?

Is it this one?

http://youtu.be/LGeDBzIttaA


That's the good one I remember.  And it would be perfect if it ended just a second or two earlier.
 
2014-03-17 09:15:27 AM
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