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Boogeyman 2 -- A young woman with a long-term phobia of the boogeyman voluntarily checks herself into a mental health facility with the hope of conquering her overwhelming fears.
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Release Date:
8 January 2008 (USA) See more »
Fear. In The Flesh.
The script centers on a young woman with a long-term phobia of the bogeyman, who voluntarily checks... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Jeff Betancourt 
Writing credits
Brian Sieve (written by)

Eric Kripke (characters)

Produced by
Gary Bryman .... producer
Joseph Drake .... executive producer (as Joe Drake)
Steve Hein .... producer
Nathan Kahane .... executive producer
Matthew Milam .... co-producer
Rob Tapert .... executive producer
Michael R. Williams .... line producer (as Michael Williams)
Jennie Yamaki .... co-producer
J.R. Young .... co-producer
Original Music by
Joseph LoDuca 
Cinematography by
Nelson Cragg (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Jeff Betancourt 
Casting by
Lauren Bass 
Karen Meisels 
Production Design by
John Collins 
Set Decoration by
John Philpotts 
Costume Design by
Elaine Montalvo 
Makeup Department
Thomas D. Bacho Jr. .... mechanical department: Quantum Creation FX, Inc. (as Tom Bacho)
Christian Beckman .... prosthetic makeup effects producer
Robert Kato DeStefan .... makeup effects technician (as Robert Destefan)
Ryan Durling .... mold maker: Quantum Creation FX, Inc.
Rocky Faulkner .... key makeup artist
Kelly Golden .... lead sculptor: Quantum Creation FX, Inc.
Jerad Marantz .... 2-d sculptor: Quantum Creation FX, Inc. (as Jared Marantz)
James McLoughlin .... effects technician: Quantum Creation FX, Inc. (as Jim McLoughlin)
Danielle Noe .... special makeup effects artist: Quantum Creation FX
Tijen Osman .... hair department head
Thomas Ovenshire .... mold maker: Quantum Creation FX, Inc. (as Tom Ovenshire)
Justin Raleigh .... special makeup effects department head
Jill Rockow .... special makeup effects artist
Eleanor Sabaduquia .... makeup department head
Tina Sims .... hair stylist
Brett Stern .... model maker/paint: Quantum Creation FX, Inc.
Dominic Trejo .... runner: Quantum Creation FX, Inc.
John Henry Weldy .... sculptor: Boogeyman, Quantum Creation FX, Inc.
Production Management
Steve Hein .... unit production manager
Kelli Konop .... executive in charge of production
Jack Schuster .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nicholas Lee .... first assistant director
Sam Nainoa .... second second assistant director
Elion Olson .... second assistant director
Art Department
Terry Adams .... set dresser
Joe M. Anderson Jr. .... construction coordinator
Joel Avila .... laborer
Sherand Bennett .... set painter
Terry L. Bowen .... propmaker
Gary Buttner .... swing gang (as Gary R. Buttner)
Miguel Castillo .... laborer
Eric Dery .... propmaker
David T. Durboraw .... swing gang
George Ferganchick .... propmaker
Justin M. Ferreira .... laborer
Wende Gaither .... set painter
Christopher P. Garr .... construction coordinator (as Christopher Garr)
Michael E. Gentry .... set painter
Juan Grande .... propmaker
Joshua Green .... swing gang
Daniel Henley .... propmaker
Kevin Knoeferl .... set dresser
Patrick J. Marchese .... set dresser
Jim Motyl .... leadman (as James S. Motyl)
Scott Nifong .... property master (as Scott J. Nifong)
Zoltan Olgyay .... propmaker
Frank Ortiz .... set painter
Britton L. Pounds .... set painter
Ric Rawlins .... head scenic (as Ric Riveric Rawlins)
Aaron Rodriguez .... set painter (as Aaron G. Rodriguez)
Diana Sliwoski .... lead laborer
Steven Sutphen .... assistant property master
Ramiro Vargas .... laborer
Don Varley .... swing gang
Sound Department
Richard C. Franklin .... foley editor (as Rick Franklin)
Aaron Grice .... utility sound
Ryan Maguire .... foley mixer
Josh Mantlo .... boom operator
Paul N.J. Ottosson .... re-recording mixer
Paul N.J. Ottosson .... sound supervisor
Sean Rowe .... foley artist
Mike Sanchez .... utility sound technician
Robert Sharman .... sound mixer
Jeff A. Snyder .... sound utility technician
Jussi Tegelman .... sound re-recording mixer
Greg ten Bosch .... sound effects editor
Robert Troy .... dialogue editor
Special Effects by
Christian Beckman .... puppeteer
Aaron Bentley .... special effects assistant
Tom Ceglia .... special effects coordinator
Joe Gomez .... mold shop supervisor
Albert Lannutti .... special effects assistant
Joe Reader .... key effects technician
Visual Effects by
James Betteridge .... graphics designer
David Codeglia .... visual effects supervisor
Cheryl Lawson .... stunt performer (as Cheryl Lawson Bucher)
Kurt D. Lott .... stunt coordinator (as Kurt Lott)
Camera and Electrical Department
Ryan Bradley .... grip
Jon Callesen .... best boy electric (as Jon C. Callesen)
Chris Cotterman .... grip
Nicole Dayton .... grip
Josh Ellis .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Jesse Feldman .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Jesse M. Feldman)
Jesse Feldman .... director of photography: second unit
Andrew Han .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Deven Holmes .... grip (as Deven C. Holmes)
Matthew Kistenmacher .... electrician
Cricket Peters .... set lighting technician
Richard Ralston .... chief lighting technician
Elliott Schackne .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Ray Skinner .... grip (as L. Ray Skinner)
Grant Smith .... grip
Adam L. Taylor .... still photographer (as Adam Taylor)
Rick Tucker .... key grip
Tracy Tucker .... best boy grip
Chris Updegrave .... grip
Nate Wayman .... dolly grip
Rachel Wells .... lighting technician
Marc Wiercioch .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Jason Patrick Wotherspoon .... set lighting technician
Casting Department
Jordan Bass .... casting associate
Hank Bedford .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Judith Halle .... costume supervisor
Lorie Young .... set costumer (as Lorie Young Shew)
Editorial Department
Monica Anderson .... assistant editor (as Moncia Anderson)
Stephen Birdsong .... assistant colorist
Bruce W. Cathcart .... ds artist: Avid
Andrew Drapkin .... digital intermediate colorist
Erick Geisler .... digital intermediate supervisor
Kevin Soares .... first assistant editor
Reed Whorton .... post-production assistant
Music Department
Scott Davidson .... score mixer
Joshua Mathews .... assistant engineer
Cory Milano .... music editor
Lee Scott .... music editor
Kathie Stork .... score producer
Transportation Department
John Arnold .... driver
Eric De Fabry .... driver
Andrew Guaderrama .... driver
Jason Messersmith .... driver
Noel Edwin Silva .... driver (as Edwin Silva)
Jerry Smith .... transportation consultant
Andy Spilkoman .... transportation coordinator
Ramon Velasquez .... driver
Other crew
Lee D. Andrews .... key production assistant
Candy Bennici .... script supervisor
Keith Bohanan .... location manager
Tena Boyce .... stand-in
Sarah Clifford .... bug wrangler
Sarah Clifford .... supplier of bugs
Azalea Davila .... body double: Chrissy Griffith
Audra Esch .... production intern
Mandy Friedrich .... studio teacher (as Mandy Milgrom-Friedrich)
Armando Garcia .... first assistant accountant (as Armando Garcia Jr.)
Andrew Hanson .... assistant production coordinator
Eric A. Haynes .... production coordinator
A. Syrius Hed .... assistant: Gary Bryman
Holly Lin Henderson .... production assistant
Jaehi Jung .... main title designer: Reality Check Studios
Theodore LeBeher .... assistant: Mr Hein
Mark Lentry .... stand-in
Dee Dee Malone .... administrative assistant: Quantum Creation FX, Inc
Dee Dee Malone .... bookkeeper
Brooke Martin .... intern
Laura Morgan .... assistant to director
Michael Nares .... production intern
Stephen Ogbac .... production intern
Bindiya Patel .... production intern
Marilyn Penn .... production accountant (as Marilyn Penn-Lindley)
Scott Reynolds .... production intern
Kira Robles .... set production assistant
Roy A. Ruiz Jr. .... security coordinator (as Roy A. Ruiz)
Daniel Tan .... production intern
Larry Wells .... set medic
David Paul Wichert .... location manager
Katie Wiegers .... office production assistant (as Katie Wiegers-Quall)
Steve Zukowski .... craft service (as Steven Zukowski)
David Azzoto .... thanks: Leonetti Co. (as Dave Azzoto)
Kristan Berona .... thanks
Albee Patnesky .... thanks: Panavision
Kim Percival .... thanks: Atomic Production Supplies
Jay Smith .... thanks
Crew believed to be complete

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93 min | Greece:89 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

While most straight-to-DVD films are released in the TV 1.78:1 aspect ratio (which fully fills a standard widescreen TV), this film is uncharastically presented in the much wider 2.35:1 ratio.See more »
Continuity: At one point an external shot shows a dawn light. But later the clocks in the ward say it's still 3am.See more »
[first lines]
Laura Porter:[voice-over] All kids are afraid of the boogeyman. Henry and I were no different, even before that night.
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29 out of 46 people found the following review useful.
The Makers Of This Movie Deceived Me. :(, 25 December 2007
Author: Mr Saxon from United Kingdom

Have you seen the first "Boogeyman" movie? I have. It was one of those movies that you watch once and don't really ever think about again. However, I liked the idea behind it and I'm a big fan of supernatural horror movies so, when I heard there was a "Boogeyman 2" I thought I'd check it out.

This is not the movie I expected. In fact, I feel quite deceived. More on that later.

After a quite tense opening sequence where Laura (Renee O'Connor) first encounters the Boogeyman as a child, the movie moves onto the main storyline. Whereas the first movie was a man confronting his childhood demons in his family home, this movie is set in hospital where the main character also attempts to overcome her childhood fears. As well as finding herself in the worst staffed hospital of all time, one of Laura's doctors is none other than Jigsaw himself (the wonderful Tobin Bell, who is as creepy here as in the "Saw" movies). Things aren't looking good for her.

Once each of her fellow patients has revealed their fears in various non-too-subtle ways ("I'm not changing the light in your closet because I'M SCARED OF THE DARK!" "I'm not shaking your hand because I'M SCARED OF GERMS!" etc), they all begin to be killed by the evil Boogeyman who (surprise...surprise) uses their fears against them. I actually quite liked some of the deaths here which were suitably graphic and disturbing - I'm sure a lot of ketchup must have been used in the making of this movie.

However, I ultimately felt deceived by "Boogeyman 2".

The makers actually trick you in a very naughty way - kinda like going to watch a "Nightmare On Elm Street" sequel only to discover that Freddie is no longer the evil spirit of a child murderer but is now an evil robot from the future. You'd say "Huh? This isn't anything like the first movie. I wanted to see a supernatural horror movie, not another Terminator clone!". You'll see exactly what I mean if you've seen "Boogeyman" and then watch "Boogeyman 2" (unfortunately, I can't be any more specific as it would be a spoiler). In fact, "Boogeyman 2" has so little to do with the first "Boogeyman" that I'm surprised they even share the same name. It also features one completely unnecessary scene of graphic nudity - whether this is a good thing or not depends upon whether you're still in high school. I left high school a while ago and found myself wondering why the scene needed to exist at all. Oh well.

In summary then, this is a very average little horror movie. I can't say I was particularly scared by any of it but it was nicely acted and had some cool death scenes (some of which reminded me a little bit of "Saw" if truth be told - no wonder Tobin Bell turned up!).

If you like watching teens running around dark corridors before losing their vital organs (and your DVD collection consists of movies such as "Halloween: Resurrection" and "Jason X"), then it's probably worth a rental. However, if you really enjoyed the first movie and want more of the same (or, like me, you're just looking for a good supernatural horror movie), I'm willing to bet that you'll be disappointed with "Boogeyman 2".

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