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24 August 1983 (USA) See more »
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Lacey travels to Hollywood, to the home of a film director, where she brings along the last surviving haunted mirror shard from the end of the first movie as proof to her horrifying experiences. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Suzanna Love ... Lacey

Ulli Lommel ... Mickey Lombard
Shannah Hall ... Bonnie Lombard
Shoto von Douglas ... Joseph
Bob Rosenfarb ... Bernie
Rhonda Aldrich ... Cynthia
Sarah Jean Watkins ... Kathy
Rock Mackenzie ... Jim
Raf Nazario ... Harvey
Leslie Smith ... Sally, Miss Arizona 1979
Mina Kolb ... Agent Constance
Ann Wilkinson ... Priscilla
David D'Arnal ... Sandor (as David D'Arnel)
Ashley DuBay ... Honey Lombard

John Carradine ... Dr. Warren (archive footage)
Ron James ... Jake (archive footage)
Nicholas Love ... Willie (archive footage)
Felicite Morgan ... Helen (archive footage)
Bill Rayburn ... Ernest (archive footage)
Llewelyn Thomas ... Father Reilly (archive footage)
Jane Pratt ... Jane (archive footage)
Natasha Schiano ... Young Lacey (archive footage)
Raymond Boyden ... Kevin (archive footage)
Jay Wright ... Young Willie (archive footage)
David Swim ... Timmy (archive footage)
Lucinda Ziesing ... Susan (as Cindy Ziesing)
Gillian Gordon ... Mother (archive footage)
Howard Grant ... Lover (archive footage)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ray Cobb ... Townsperson (uncredited)

Directed by
Bruce Pearn  (as Bruce Starr)
Ulli Lommel (uncredited)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ulli Lommel  uncredited
Suzanna Love  uncredited
Bruce Pearn  uncredited

Produced by
Mark Balsam .... producer
Jochen Breitenstein .... executive producer
David Dubay .... executive producer
James Glenn Dudelson .... associate producer
Ulli Lommel .... producer
Bruce Pearn .... producer (as Bruce Starr)
 
Original Music by
Tim Krog 
 
Cinematography by
Philippe Carr-Forster 
David Sperling 
 
Film Editing by
Terrell Tannen 
 
Makeup Department
Shirley Howard .... makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bruce Perlstein .... assistant director
Paul Wilson .... assistant director
 
Special Effects by
Craig Harris .... special effects
 
Music Department
Craig Huxley .... composer: additional music (as Craig Hundley)
Wayne Love .... composer: additional music
 

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Also Known As:
"Boogeyman 2" - USA (video box title)
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Runtime:
79 min | UK:83 min (extended version)
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Paramount Pictures wanted to produce a bigger budget sequel to the hit movie The Boogey Man (1980), but director/producer Ulli Lommel didn't want to work for a big studio and decided to make the film (which he later had pulled from circulation) as independent production.See more »
Quotes:
Joseph:Where I come from, we don't have boogeymens, we only have goblins.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in Grave Encounters 2 (2012)See more »

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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Death … by Electric Toothbrush!, 24 December 2010
Author: Coventry from the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls

Writer/director Ulli Lommel is nowadays a very notorious and even quite hated individual because he unleashes multiple downright insufferable straight-to-video horror stinkers on the market every single year, but there once was a time when he was a promising filmmaker. In the very earliest phase of his career he made the near-brilliant "The Tenderness of Wolves" and throughout the early eighties he made a handful of inferior but highly amusing horror movies, like "Brain Waves", "The Devonsville Terror" and "The Boogeyman". That last one is definitely a minor 80's classic. The story is pure hokum, but the film is full of absurdly grotesque murder sequences and extreme gore. Ulli Lommel and his buddies must have been so proud on their accomplishment that they decided to re-use all the best footage to fill up almost three quarters of the sequel. Yes, you read that right: "Boogeyman II" is stuffed like a Christmas turkey with key footage of the original, and that's the main reason why it receives so many negative reviews around here. Personally I didn't mind all that much, because it's been a couple of years since I watched it. This way, I get to re-watch all the fun parts (like that awesome mouth-to-mouth impalement sequence) without having to sit through the dull parts. Part two takes place in Hollywood, where survivor Lacey is staying with friends to recover from her trauma. Through long and extremely detailed flashbacks, Lacey tells the story about the murderous spirit in the little piece of mirror to befriended actress and her husband director (played by Ulli Lommel himself, with his atrocious German accent). Naturally they want to exploit Lacey's bizarre thriller story and turn it into a horror movie, but then the Boogeyman returns to kill them all during a typical Hollywood pool party. "Boogeyman II" is 50 minutes of stock footage and 25 minutes of non-stop new murders. The new massacres are very lame in comparison with those of the original, though. Death by electric toothbrush and suffocation in shaving gel, for example. The film still got included in the infamous list of video nasties, but only because of the stock footage of the original and not because of the ridiculous new murder set pieces.

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