Netflix’s Squid Game, without a doubt, is a thriller fest. There are many renditions of the creepy show that is going viral on several platforms. But the Creepy Doll Alarm Clock truly takes the cake. On an Instagram post, @gaspar.3 posted a prototype of the alarm clock doll.
The doll truly exists and belongs in a village in Jincheon County, Chungcheongbok-do, South Korea. In Squid Game, the doll takes hold of the fatal “Red Light, Green Light,” wherein people need to pause once the doll finishes saying, “mugunghwa kkochi piotsseumnida,” which translates to “the Rose of Sharon has bloomed.”
The Creepy Doll prototype is somewhat similar, except for the fatality. Filmmaker Benja Marambio (@nanvo on Instagram) and 3D artist Gaspar (@gaspar.3d) created the alarm. It sings the terrifying hymn of death, and it doesn’t end there. The doll opens its mouth and shoots a foam bullet, enough to wake a heavy sleeper if Squid Game didn’t teach you enough lessons, that is.
The videos and their retweets and shares gained massive views. The creators did not disclose their decision to approach Netflix, or it would remain a prototype.
If ever this hits the shelves, mornings will never be the same again.