"YOU WERE RIGHT TO BE AFRAID" exclaims the DVD cover in red capital letters. But I wasn't afraid. Not at any point. I guess "You were right to be underwhelmed and a bit bored" might not make such a good tagline. A troubled teenager returns home after causing a fire that damaged the family home and killed his mother. He's reunited with his younger brother, and we learn there's something mildly interesting that dwells under the bed that's supposed to play on our childhood fears. Of course, nobody believes the boys about the danger, and their father simply shouts a lot and locks people in their bedrooms (despite the previous fire causing a death in the house).
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