A lonely man creates a model of his ideal wife, never suspecting that he might have created more than just a sculpture.
Two teenagers explore an abandoned train track and make a grisly discovery.
A boy is regularly awoken by nocturnal noises. After a harrowing investigation, he decides he must gather proof so his parents will believe him.
Two brothers get in a fight while their parents are away, and punishment follows.
A man stays at the office late to get some work done. He thinks he’s alone, but who keeps playing with the lights?
A boy runs away from home after breaking a family heirloom. He takes shelter in an abandoned house, but it might not be abandoned after all.
A man gets in a wreck and tries to give his girlfriend directions over the phone so she can pick him up. A third party has other plans.
A man who has worn glasses his entire life discovers a new, terrifying world when he takes them off.
A father tries to comfort his son against irrational nightmares, but he may need more comforting than the child.
Two night guards investigate a security camera anomaly. Then one of them goes missing, and the other is hunted by an invisible horror.
A boy spends a few days at a friend’s house, and soon learns that rules exist for a reason.
Two friends explore a cave in the woods, and inside they meet an abomination.
A family moved into an old house, and in that house was a room with strange wallpaper. It was a floral pattern, with human faces peering from between the leaves and flowers.
The family had a young boy who became fixated on one of the faces. He’d sit in that room and stare at a particular spot on the wall. When asked what he was looking at, he’d answer, “That one has a bad smile.” The parents inspected the face, but couldn’t find anything to set it apart from the others. They attributed it to childhood imagination, and weren’t very concerned.
They were concerned, however, when they found the boy in a different room, one without wallpaper, staring into space.
Like before, they asked him what he was looking at. He answered, “It got out.”