Crawlspace, an effective four-minute horror short

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I ain’t going down there ever again.

I have spoken.

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I’m so happy my place has no basement.

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Very different sentiment coming from people who live in tornado country.

There’s only one Crawlspace movie for me, and is it ever a weird one. :crazy_face:


“Crawlspace is a 1986 American horror film starring Klaus Kinski as Karl Guenther, the crazed son of a Nazi doctor obsessed with…”

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That is all you have to say for us to know it’s a weird film…

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Hehehe, I was almost going to post “Klaus Kinski, nuff said”. :slightly_smiling_face:

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This should run during the credits:

What’s that tapping coming from the floor boards?

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Yeah, I’m in England. I just have very cold feet.

“’Tis some underground visitor,” I muttered, “tapping beneath my floor boards—
Only this and nothing more.”

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The lady needed a spotlight.

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And yet another short film about one man’s descent into madness titled “Crawl Space”:

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I assumed Crawlspace was social networking for infants.

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I fell for a tiny bit of possibly unintended misdirection: [not really a spoiler] When she looks inside the first storage container, we can see the tips of four fingers of skeletal hand. It’s a cheap plastic Halloween decoration that someone has painted or stained reddish. I was totally expecting that to come back into play.

Methinks this isn’t the first time the Takacs have tried to scare people.

That’s probably best. I’m down there, right now!

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Effective.

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