Under the Bed brings the stalker inside the house on Lifetime!

Under the Bed Lifetime

Just when you thought you were safe from all your stalkers by going inside, one of them has to up the game and live under your bed! That’s the horrifying premise of Lifetime’s latest flick, Under the Bed. Yes, this actually happened in real life and not in the stories you tell at campfires! We all know that truth is stranger than fiction, but then fiction then gets an SVU episode as well as a Lifetime flick, and here we are. This one looks spooktacularly creepy, and has the potential to be even scarier than if monsters or aliens were running around in the house.

What makes this worth knowing about is the director is one of the directors of the original Blair Witch Project, Daniel Myrick, and if the preview is indicative of the whole film, there will be several scenes of creepy POV night footage of the stalker madman just to make everything even more disturbing.

Under the Bed stars Hannah New (Maleficent), Beverly D’Angelo (Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay), Pat Healy (Home Alone 3), Ryan O’Nan (Albion: The Enchanted Stallion), Alexis Krause (Baby Booty Camp), and Toni Garrn (You Are Wanted). It’s directed by Daniel Myrick (The Blair Witch Project), who also scripts it from a story by Richard Halpern (W.M.D.)

Under the Bed premieres Saturday, January 7th on Lifetime!

via Lifetime

Horrible Vacation

The next chapter of the National Lampoon’s Vacation series is still moving forward, with the team behind the not very good Horrible Bosses writing and probably directing it – Sam Brown and Dave Neustadter. Granted, they didn’t write the film, they were brought on board to fix it, so it must have been 1000 times more awful before. Variety’s article then mentions the previously rumored story that we’ll be following Rusty’s family and Clark and Ellen Griswold show up as the grandparents. I do not know if that is the way they will be going, but I sure hope so, and it may be true if Variety isn’t copy/pasta-ing previous stories about the Vacation sequel.

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