- SKU: 30385188
- Release Date: 03/14/2016
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The Boogey Man
Fassbinder protegee Ulli Lommel directed this moody, atmospheric but ultimately derivative horror film about a dark family secret and the broken mirror which releases that secret's malignant spirit. The film's prologue opens in the 1960s, when a young boy conspires with his sister to murder their mother's cruel and abusive lover. Flash forward to the present, with both siblings scarred by the emotional demons of their past: the boy has remained mute since that fateful day, and his sister (Suzanna Love, aka Mrs. Lommel) is tormented by nightmares. If that weren't enough, a literal demon is released when the old mirror which paid witness to their deed is shattered, releasing their victim's enraged spirit to seek bloody revenge... and he's not too particular about who he takes it out on. Released on the coattails of Halloween, this film retains many elements of John Carpenter's seminal work (brooding piano/synthesizer score; 20-years-later supernatural revenge motif) and borrows heavily from The Exorcist for its demonic-possession climax, but retains none of those films' well-crafted suspense, choosing instead to rely on shock effects and shots of sharp objects plunging into throats, eyes, mouths and abdomens. Lommel's use of rich colors and inventive camera angles lends a suitably creepy mood, but a better script might have elevated this one to true cult-classic status. Followed by a tired sequel constructed mainly of reused scenes from its predecessor. ~ Cavett Binion, Rovi
Return of the Boogeyman
Every time she goes to sleep, Annie is plagued by visions of a faceless man doing very bad things. She soon realizes that her horrible dreams are predictions, and that if she can harness their powers, she has a chance of preventing the crimes she foresees. Annie sets out with her friends to track the Boogeyman down, but it soon becomes unclear whether they are the hunters or the hunted. ~ Rebecca Flint Marx, Rovi
A young woman attempts to cure her phobia of the boogeyman by checking herself into a mental health facility, only to realize too little too late that she is now helplessly trapped with her own greatest fear. Editor-turned-director Jeff Betancourt takes the helm for this Ghost House Pictures shocker scripted by Brian Sieve and starring Tobin Bell, Danielle Savre, David Gallagher, Michael Graziadei, and Mae Whitman. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
A college sophomore faces an unspeakable horror after witnessing the alleged suicide of her best friend as the saga that begin in the 2005 chiller Boogeyman continues. When Sarah Morris saw her best friend take her own life, she unwittingly opened herself up to the wrath of the dreaded Boogeyman. Her dorm-mates thing she's crazy, but Sarah knows that the Boogeyman is real. Later, Sarah's friends begin to pay the ultimate price for their disbelief as the ultimate evil descends upon the entire campus. Now it's not just a matter of if the Boogeyman will get them, but when. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi