By Andres Tardio
You tuck your child in and he asks you to check for monsters under the bed. Sounds like a routine night at home, right? Instead, this is the start of a creepy, scary and super-eerie one-minute horror film.
The film, which you can see above, was adapted from a two-sentence horror story posted by a user named justAnotherMuffledVo on reddit about a year ago.
Don’t think a two-line story can be that chilling? Read the post for yourself:
"I begin tucking him into bed and he tells me, 'Daddy check for monsters under my bed.' I look underneath for his amusement and see him, another him, under the bed, staring back at me quivering and whispering, 'Daddy there’s somebody on my bed.’”
And it’s scary to see these words come to life. That’s what Ignacio F. Rodó did when he directed the film, titled “Tuck Me In.”
Rodó says the one-minute movie, which features Luka Schardan and Mark Schardan, has won several awards throughout the world, including film festivals in Spain, Germany, Sweden, Italy and Canada.
That's great for Rodó, but not so great for those scared of monsters under beds.