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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
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)
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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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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Boogeyman 2" - USA (video box title)
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79 min | UK:83 min (extended version)
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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 »
Bernie:I'm thinking that maybe this crap mirror thing is actually a musical.See more »
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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Beware of the Boogeyman!, 4 January 2011
Author: BA_Harrison from Hampshire, England

Under interrogation from the police, art-house film-maker turned horror director Mickey Lombard (Ulli Lommel) gives his account of the events that have resulted in his arrest for a series of grisly murders.

In the mid 80s, UK horror fans were treated with utter contempt by the BBFC when the organisation saw fit to draw up a list of films they deemed unsuitable for public viewing due to their graphic nature—a list which included several films that are now recognised as classics of the genre. To make matters even worse, this 'video nasty' list also included certain titles that were indisputably complete and utter garbage. Years later, horror fans who actively seek out all of the official 'nasty' titles for the sake of completion can find themselves playing a game of horror movie Russian roulette.

One video nasty that is most definitely the movie equivalent of a loaded chamber is Ulli Lommell's Boogeyman II (AKA Revenge of the Boogeyman), an absolutely dire snooze-fest that almost makes taking a bullet to the brain seem like the preferable option (it would certainly involve a lot less suffering). Consisting primarily of regurgitated footage from the first film, plus a few additional scenes starring the director himself and some risible supernatural killings (including death by electric toothbrush!?!), Boogeyman II makes most of the other nasties look like classics in comparison (so perhaps it's not an entirely worthless flick after all).

So bad is the film, in fact, that it has been suggested by some (including Lommell himself, unsurprisingly) that the whole thing was a massive two fingers up to the film industry by a disgruntled director unable to receive funding for anything but horror films. If this was the case, then I guess Lommell succeeded: his film is a joyless experience from start to finish, one which must have had his investors seething with rage.

Incredibly, twenty years after its initial release, director Lommell issued a re-edited 'Redux' version intended to finally realise his original vision. If anything, this cut is even worse than the first one.

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