Police psychoanalyst Dr. Jon Holland and police detective Barbara Williams must solve the case of a missing boy, who according to his baby sister was eaten by the bogeyman, before whatever took him comes back for the sister.

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Dr. Jon Holland
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Caitlin Doyle
Laura Bruneau ...
Sharon Rosman
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Jillian Rosman
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Brad Hoffman
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Andrew Rosman
Jan Burrell ...
Elizabeth Doyle
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Miguel Enriquez
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Gary Rosman
David Hurtubise ...
Bernie (as Dave Hurtubise)
David Mylrea ...
Boogeyman
Randall Wong ...
Ming
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French Mother
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Young Andrew Rosman finally finds a lost toy under his bed - or does he? When he reaches for it a horrible arm seizes his arm and hauls him under the bed. His sister Jillian, struck dumb by fear, cannot tell authorities what happened. And that's very bad, because the same thing might happen to her if a detective and a psychologist can't put the pieces together in time. Written by CommanderBalok

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26 May 1995 (USA)  »

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The title is based upon the childhood fear of "monsters under the bed" and that appears to be true in this show. See more »

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The Control Voice: [closing narration] Our world has been mapped, the oceans charted, animals and plants named and indexed... or so we believe. But there are still places grownups forget they've been and it is children who remind us that there are creatures that lurk in the dark, and, under the bed.
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Imagine a B-grade X-files episode, but really bad
20 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

At the behest of the police, child shrink Dr. Jon Holland (Timothy Busfield from "Studio B on the Sunset Strip") starts to help a little girl who witness her brother get pulled under the bed by someone or something. First suspecting the absentee father and treating it as a kidnapping case, when that doesn't pan out. They try hypnosis with consequences that Jon isn't ready for. He must re-examine his past to solve this mystery. The chemistry of the believing in the strange Dr. Jon and the highly skeptical female college along with the subject matter, it suddenly hit me that I felt like I was watching a B-grade copy of an X-files episode rather than a true Outer Limits episode. And not a very good one at that. Definitely not one of the better shows of the series (or even just the first season)

My Grade: D+


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