Funnier than it has any right to be, MONSTER IN THE CLOSET is an affectionate parody of the low-budget science-fiction and horror films of the 1950s, with several jabs at Hitchcock, Spielberg, and even KING KONG. Set in San Francisco, the movie begins with a precredits sequence in which a
college coed, an old blind man (John Carradine), and a small child are yanked into their closets, never to return (no blood or gore here, just clothes spewing out of the closets). Hapless obit reporter Richard Clark (Donald Grant) is assigned to cover the strange disappearances. During his
investigation, Clark meets sexy biology professor Diane Bennett (Denise DuBarry) and her pre...