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24 August 1983 (USA) See more »
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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  (in credits order)
Suzanna Love ... Lacey

Ulli Lommel ... Mickey Lombard
Shannah Hall ... Bonnie Lombard
Sholto 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)
"Boogeyman II" - USA (alternative title)
"The Boogeyman 2" - USA (alternative title)
"The Boogeyman II" - USA (alternative title)
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79 min | UK:83 min (extended version)
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1.85 : 1 See more »
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The first half of the original version this movie is built up almost entirely out of flashback footage from part one. The "Redux/ Director's Cut" is approximately 85 percent of the footage from the original film.See more »
Joseph:Where I come from, we don't have boogeymens, we only have goblins.See more »


What are the differences between the Director's Cut and the Original Version?
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16 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
You know you're in trouble when the flashback scenes are the best part of the movie, 3 November 2003
Author: Zbigniew_Krycsiwiki from United States

Bizarre, pretentious, idiotic sequel starts off with 40 minutes of flashback footage of the first movie. So much footage is used from part one, that when the end credits roll, they actually credit both the cast of this movie AND the first one!

When the flashbacks mercifully end, the rest of this movie is pretty much Ulli Lommel poking the viewer in the eyes with this ridiculous story about filmmakers wanting to do a movie based on the events in part one, then a certain piece of broken mirror turns up and you can guess the rest. And if you can't then you have the iq of a carrot. Why did Lacey even bother to keep the piece of mirror? She had to know that it would cause more murder and mayhem. Then she misplaces it, and can't remember that she left it under her pillow! Perhaps she can't remember because of Lomell using a flashlight for lighting in many scenes, and the for-no-apparent-reason kaleidoscope vision some people have in the film?

We're then treated to see (or is that tricked into seeing?) some of the most idiotic killings ever filmed: death by electric toothbrush, death by shaving cream, death by salad tongs, death by sucking on a tailpipe after being slapped on the ass by a ladder(?!) etc.

No writer is credited (actually this was written by Bruce Starr, Ulli Lommel and Suzanna Love - she incidentally looks great in this movie, but you can watch the first movie to see her) and directed by Bruce Starr, Ulli Lommel and Paul Wilson (but both Ulli Lommel and Paul Wilson took their names off of this, and IMDb doesn't even list Wilson's name here) this was filmed in 1981 and not released until '83, and there is even a flashback sequence within a flashback sequence - what more can you ask for?


In most versions, the opening titles are in red, in a generic font against a plain black background. The British version, titled "Revenge of the Boogeyman" has a completely different set of titles: red lettering, like that found on a birthday cake, on plain white cards. When John Carradine's name appears, a hand is very clearly visible in the top right corner, holding the card up for the camera to film.

Now, about the so-called Director's Cut/ Redux:

The original Boogeyman II recycled tens of minutes of footage of the first film, and this version recycles even more, approximately eighty to ninety percent of the Director's Cut/ Redux is whole chunks of the first film repeated again and narrated by Ulli Lommell, in the guise of Lommell being questioned by off-screen police about the deaths which occurred in the original Boogeyman film, from 1980. All of the footage of him is taken from one stationary camera angle, while Lommell hides behind mirrored sunglasses, and is obviously looking down at the script on the table in front of him. (Who am I kidding, like there was really even a script for this)

Apparently this redux/ director's cut takes place 22 years later, and the police are just now getting around to questioning him! Lommell claims that he has no memory of the events in the first film, as he narrates the intimate details of the story of the first film, which was told to him 22 years ago? What? Ulli, do you even know what the bloody hell you are talking about here? Or was the dialogue just drunken, stream-of-consciousness ramblings? Ulli also claims that the second film's events are, in his memory, nothing more than "a series of slow motion still-photographs". Again, what the hell does that mean?

Ulli says of the butler, played by Shoto von Douglas: "He actually, ... uh, .... one day, came walking down the street, in the butler outfit, and rang the bell and asked me whether he could serve me". Yeah, Ulli, that happens a lot, I bet.

"Lacey claims that it was the boogeyman. Well, I don't believe in the boogeyman. But yeah, maybe, uh, maybe it was the boogeyman. I'll stand trial for these killings, no problem. I have nothing to hide, I'm innocent. The boogeyman did it." Heavy drinking Ulli, or just stupidity?

Original version of Boogeyman II gets a 2/ 10 from me, just for a couple of unintended laughs.

The Director's Cut/ Redux version gets a 1/ 10, and almost makes the original Boogeyman II look like a classic.

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