You got me, Mad. He looks right at the red barrel a moment before it falls towards him, looks away, then his reaction comes right off the sound - there's nothing anticipated about it, which is really difficult to do if you're acting. Then the barrel falls away in a different direction from him. In the dark, the guitar is lifted up and slammed down into a different position - it doesn't just fall over. Didn't seem like much room up there in the eaves to hide a whole person to do that - it would have to be mechanical, which seems just as improbable. So I'm still impressed (albeit easily
). The light going on and off while the glow of the light was still on seemed like overkill, though.
If it's faked, I still find it creepy that his dog distrusts him so much that she won't come out from under the bed.