Under the Bed (2012) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Under the Bed (2012) - Review, Rating and Synopsis

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  • Release Date:  2012
  • Genre:  Neo-monsters
  • Cast and crew: Jonny Weston, Gattlin Griffith, Peter Holden, Musetta Vander, Kelcie Stranahan, Bryan Rasmussen, Nikki Griffin, Tyler Steelman, Sam Kindseth, Ivan Djurovic, Ron Roggé, Garrett Jones, Walter Miranda, Griff Kohout, Kris Holmes
  • Director:  Steven C. Miller
  • Screenwriter:  Eric Stolze

Under the Bed (2012) Rating:

  • Eloise = 4 / 10;
  • Raoul = 3.5 / 10;
  • IMDb = 4.6 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 4.0 / 10;

Under the Bed (2012) Synopsis:

Two years after setting his house on fire to escape the monster that lurked under his bed, Neal comes back to live in his childhood’s house, where his brother still lives.

Under the Bed (2012) Review:

By the director of Silent Night (the 2012’s remake), Under the Bed is a monster movie that modernizes the Boogeyman concept and gives it a little science-fiction touch that could have made it an interesting pick if it wasn’t for its incoherence.

In many ways, Under the Bed reminded me of Boogeyman released in 2005, but instead of a ghost, a boogeyman is here a man in a monster suit, something that I personally love but that we get to see less and less because of modern CGI.

The movie may seem a little bit childish at first, and actually, the first hour is made out of a pretty lame family story that lasts long enough to bore even the most patient viewers. But the worst actually comes with the action. Thereee really are too many incoherences in this story to make enjoyable, like the presence of the adults in the house who never seem to hear anything about what’s happening. The worst aspect is, by far, the behavior of the monster itself which seems to be totally random. The way it can appear to keep changing and that destroys all the movie credibility and spoiled me all fun.

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