BoogeymanAs a young boy, Tim (Aaron Murphy) witnesses the horrifying event of his father (Charles Mesure) being dragged away by the boogeyman. Now an adult, Tim tries to deal with the childhood terror that has affected his life.
Actors of "Boogeyman"
Characters of "Boogeyman"
Directors of "Boogeyman"Stephen KayBirthdate: 1963, New Zealand
Creators of "Boogeyman"Eric KripkeBirthdate: 24 April 1974, Toledo, Ohio, USA
Critic Reviews of "Boogeyman"Los Angeles TimesMay 11, 2005
Fright fans expecting anything more than the occasional jolt will be sorely disappointed.Philadelphia InquirerFebruary 19, 2005
A vaporous and vacuous horror film.New York PostFebruary 13, 2005
None of this makes any sense whatsoever.L.A. WeeklyFebruary 10, 2005
A welcome throwback to the glory days of scary movies.Entertainment WeeklyFebruary 09, 2005
This is strictly substandard stuff, with imitative creepy noises, vertiginous camera angles, and long pauses during which Tim considers whether to open doors.Hollywood ReporterFebruary 08, 2005
It suffers from a lack of genuine chills or suspense.Common Sense MediaDecember 22, 2010
A bloated 86 minutes of overzealous spookiness.eFilmCritic.comJuly 23, 2007
A thinly plotted clothesline of shock effects.Movies for the MassesOctober 03, 2006
full review in GreekFilm ThreatDecember 17, 2005
This film does cause shivers, creeps, scares, and jumps.Draxblog Movie ReviewsDecember 04, 2005
Few films benefited that much from being so short.Zap2it.comOctober 15, 2005
For a good, healthy PG-13 scare, Boogeyman is fun for the whole family -- just don't bring kids who are too young.
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