The SCP Foundation website has produced some of the best and most creepiest stories about dangerous creatures, haunted locations and unspeakable nightmares. Because of its nature, SCP Foundation allows others to create derivative works based on the original material. In short, you can use any SCP story as a springboard for your own creation — and in turn, others can use your material to expand the SCP universe even further.
One of the most well-received SCP entries was for SCP-173, a statue that will attack anyone who looks away from it. As one of the earliest SCPs catalogued, SCP-173 has been made the subject of the following short video.
Three D-class test subjects (death row prisoners that volunteered to test the capabilities of various SCPs) are placed in the same room as 173. Once inside they are given the order to keep looking at the statue. After some time, the worst-case event possible for the Foundation takes place: a containment breach happens, releasing various hostile SCPs.
SCP Containment Breach: The Film was written, directed and edited by Jordan Warlow, and filmed by Oscar Feiven. Enjoy, and don’t look away until the end.