Biff doesn't understand children well and winds up at odds with his new wife Helen's young son Timmy, whose life is already complicated by the monsters that Timmy finds in his bedroom.

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Biff
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Timmy
Beth McDonald ...
Helen
Elia Braca ...
Nana
Paula Trueman ...
Aunt Teresa
Leona Cyphers ...
Horrible Witch
George Kyle ...
Paul Sparer ...
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Biff doesn't understand children well and winds up at odds with his new wife Helen's young son Timmy, whose life is already complicated by the monsters that Timmy finds in his bedroom.

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22 December 1985 (USA)  »

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When Timmy crawls into bed he is clearly wearing socks, yet when he crawls out of bed, he is barefoot. The socks vanished off his feet. See more »

Soundtracks

Tales from the Darkside Theme
Composed by Donald Rubinstein
Written by Erica Lindsay
Co-written by Donald Rubinstein
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One of the better episodes of the series. That brings back childhood fears.
10 April 2008 | by (Petersburg, Virginia) – See all my reviews

This "TFTD" episode clearly has to be one of the best and most scary ones made, especially if you saw it when you were young. It clearly has the theme present that many kids could relate to that's being afraid of the closet and the darkened rooms that they have to sleep in at night. From the fear of the monster man to creatures and monsters in dark closets and ones that hid under the bed this episode titled "Monsters in my Room" really was a hit that worked well and it's one of the series best. Seth Green is a young boy named Timmy who has fears and clearly begins to see monsters in his room from the monster man to strange creatures even ranging from a wicked witch. Yet his step dad will not believe him so finally turn about is fair play as this episode takes a surprise twist in the end. Watch you will enjoy this it's highly memorable.


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