Little Jerry and the Closet

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Little Jerry and the Closet is the second installment of the Jerry series by hotdiggedydemon, first started in 2007 and ended in 2009 (not counting the "redux" from 2011, not even his 2014 remake movie. but this particular video was made in 2008. The series mainly focuses on Jerry Jhonson, who is a poor middle-aged man (sometimes still a kid) who has to deal with social problems, while working in a shop. His father Jason Jhonson verbally abused Jerry when growing up, and his mom died after an accident involving lighting.

The video starts with Jason Jhonson reading the entire story of The Shining, then tells him not to open a closet near him, which he calls "The Closet of Unimaginable Psychological Torment". Little Jerry's father tells him that the last person who entered there died and went to hell. As Little Jerry tries to sleep, he constantly hears noises from the closet. Scared, he tip-toes to the closet while dramatic string music plays (which is actually from the APM Music track “Dramatic Cue (d)”, which has played in shows like SpongeBob SquarePants and Ren and Stimpy) and slowly opens the closet, only to reveal that there's nothing.

But as soon as the viewer expects nothing, a swift flurry of screamer faces pops up over a violent string screech (which is actually from the APM Music track “Drama Link (f)”, which also played in shows like SpongeBob SquarePants and Ren and Stimpy). They include:

He then quickly shuts the closet, frightened to the point where his hair turns white, Then he opens the closet again, and shuts the closet, repeating the same action over and over. His dad angrily asks "What's all the racket in there?!". Little Jerry runs to his bed, as Jason notices that his hair is white, assuming he dyed his hair, then scolds him for that, and shuts the door. The screamer flurry could also count as flashing lights since the screamer is so fast. In the video "Junior" (the 4th installment of Jerry), the closet is referenced, and then the credits roll while The song Monster Mash by Bobby Pickett plays in the background before the video ends.


NOTE: The following animation contains several screamers!

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