Every day in October, the Department of Tangents Blog & Podcast is featuring a different short horror film as part of the Daily Horror Film Fest. Scary, spooky, eerie, funny, strange – we’ve covered a lot of ground so far. Today’s entry is Tuck Me In, directed by Ignacio F. Rodo based on a short story by Juan J. Ruiz.
It’s a very efficient piece. It’s just under a minute, but leaves a lasting, creepy feeling like some of the best Twilight Zone episodes. It also proves that there’s nothing creepier than children.