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Bogey Man gets revenge in boring first film retread!
If there was ever a film that didn't need a sequel, it was Ulli Lommel's The Bogey Man. This follow-up would have been more understandable if it were a personal project from the same director, but for some reason; someone called Bruce Starr has taken up the reigns (I neither know, or care, the reasons for this. Or if Bruce Starr is a Ulli Lommel pseudonym). Well...he sort of has, as this film is at least half a retread of the first film with direct 'flashback' scenes making up a large proportion of the runtime. The plot this time focuses on some people in Hollywood who want to make a film based on the events of the first Bogey Man film (groan), this gives Brucey Starr an opportunity to stick a load of scenes from the original together with the stuff he directed. The main problem with The Revenge of the Bogey Man is that it's mind numbingly boring! I have to admit that even though it was merely a couple of months ago when I saw the first film, I can't remember most of it - and even that didn't stop the film being completely boring. The idea of a killer coming out of a mirror is more silly than frightening anyway, and while it doesn't surprise me that this film ended up on the DPP Video Nasty list, as the first one did and this is essentially the same film; I for one wish it didn't because then I wouldn't have seen it. Recommended? Nope!
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