Someone captured footage of the earthquake in Chile yesterday from inside this grocery store. The quake was an 8.3 on the Richter scale, which, if you're not familiar with the Richter scale, is "pretty freakin' intense." Shelves swayed, bottles shattered, and the lights cut out. Here's the clip:

It looks like it's from a found-footage disaster movie trailer, except it's real-life, which makes it even scarier. Even though 10 people were tragically killed, the natural disaster emergency response was actually pretty well-executed—over 1 million Chileans evacuated their homes and tsunami warnings were issued, just in case. It was definitely nowhere as bad as the 2010 Chilean earthquake, but still, it's pretty damn terrifying.

Sources: BBC