If any film is a worthy successor to Eraserhead, it's That Little Monster, a short feature shot by Paul Bunnell in 1994 about a babysitter (Melissa Baum, a young soap actress who appears to have retired after shooting this movie) who gets the job of her dreams -- or nightmares -- when she's hired to sit for a freakish monster of a child for the night.
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