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Boogeyman ()


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A young man tries to deal with the childhood terror that has never stopped haunting him.

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Tim
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Kate Houghton
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Franny
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Jessica
Andrew Glover ...
Boogeyman
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Tim's Mother
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Tim's Father
Philip Gordon ...
Uncle Mike
Aaron Murphy ...
Young Tim
Jennifer Rucker ...
Pam
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Co-Worker
Michael Saccente ...
Jessica's Dad
Louise Wallace ...
Jessica's Mom
Brenda Simmons ...
Jessica's Grandma
Josie Tweed ...
Jessica's Sister
Ian Campbell ...
Franny's Father
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Dr. Matheson
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Terrified Girl
Eddie Campbell ...
Priest (as Edward Campbell)
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Jessica's Brother-in-Law (as Andrew Eggelton)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lee Foreman ...
Worried Mother (uncredited)
Gene Hollins-Werry ...
Boy (uncredited)
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Boy (uncredited)
Caden St. Clair ...
Child (uncredited)

Directed by

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Stephen Kay

Written by

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Eric Kripke ... (story)
 
Eric Kripke ... (screenplay) and
Juliet Snowden ... (screenplay) &
Stiles White ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Gary Bryman ... executive producer
Joseph Drake ... executive producer (as Joe Drake)
Steve Hein ... executive producer
Nathan Kahane ... executive producer
Michael Kirk ... associate producer
Eric Kripke ... co-producer
Doug Lefler ... co-producer (as Doug Leffler)
Carsten H.W. Lorenz ... executive producer (as Carsten Lorenz)
Sam Raimi ... producer
Chloe Smith ... line producer
Rob Tapert ... producer

Music by

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Joseph LoDuca

Cinematography by

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Bobby Bukowski

Film Editing by

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John Axelrad

Editorial Department

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Mark V. Phillips ... first assistant editor
James Renfroe ... apprentice editor
Stephen R. Sheridan ... color timer
Robb Sullivan ... additional editor

Casting By

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Marie Adams
Miranda Gooch
Lynn Kressel

Production Design by

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Robert Gillies

Art Direction by

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Nick Bassett
Roger Guise
Philip Ivey
Jennifer Ward

Set Decoration by

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Jill Cormack
Jackie Gilmore

Costume Design by

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Jane Holland

Makeup Department

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Susie Glass ... hair supervisor: second unit (as Susan Glass) / makeup supervisor: second unit (as Susan Glass)
Marjory Hamlin ... hair stylist supervisor / makeup supervisor
Vanita Thomas ... assistant hair stylist / assistant makeup artist
Deb Watson ... key hair stylist / key makeup artist

Production Management

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Moira Grant ... unit production manager
Jim Miller ... executive in charge of production
Jack Schuster ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Simon Ambridge ... first assistant director
Paul Grinder ... second unit director
Terri Kilmartin ... first assistant director: second unit
Katie Tate ... second second assistant director
Maawhi Torrance ... second assistant director: second unit

Art Department

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Robert Bavin ... stand-by props
Phil Chitty ... construction manager
Angela Durbin ... props stand-by assistant
Alistair Gillies ... art depertment assistant
Fraser Harvey ... construction foreman
Simon Hutchings ... painter
Viv Kernick ... property master
Elly Meyrick ... prop buyer
Gareth Mills ... set dresser
Roger Murray ... props designer
Mary Pat Sheahan ... standby painter
Josh Sheppard ... storyboard artist
Megan Vertelle ... set dresser
Tracey Wilson ... storyboard artist

Sound Department

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Ray Beentjes ... supervising dialogue editor
Gethin Creagh ... re-recording mixer
Bruce Emery ... dolby consultant
Melanie Graham ... sound effects editor
Michael Hedges ... re-recording mixer
Tony Johnson ... sound mixer
Matthew Lambourn ... sound editor
Robyn McFarlane ... sound recordist
Carolyn McLaughlin ... foley artist
Peter Mills ... sound effects editor
Chris Navarro ... adr recordist
Tim Prebble ... sound designer
Eric Thompson ... adr mixer
Chris Todd ... dialogue editor
Justin Webster ... assistant dialogue editor
Dave Whitehead ... sound designer / supervising sound editor

Special Effects by

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Vic Beksinski ... special mechanical effects technician
Mike Cahill ... special effects technician
Brendon Durey ... special effects director
Hauk Olafsson ... special effects technician
Dan Perry ... special effects makeup technician (as Daniel Perry)
Felix Q. Ponce ... special effects makeup technician
Richard Schuler ... senior special effects technician
Steve Yardley ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Daniel Barrett ... animator: Oktobor
Jason Billington ... digital compositor: pre-visualization
Dan Blank ... look development
Nick Booth ... scanning and recording supervisor: Weta Digital
Richard Borg ... digital intermediate assist
Jon Bowen ... senior compositor
James Braid ... engineering
Clifford Chan ... visual effects artist
David Cole ... lead digital colourist / supervising digital colourist
Sam Cole ... senior compositor: research and development previz
Tony Cole ... lead compositor
Marten Coombe ... digital intermediate coordinator
Martyn 'Moose' Culpitt ... digital compositor: Oktobor Films
Jason Duncan ... digital compositor
Patrick Felgueras ... digital effects artist
Brent Gilmartin ... visual effects supervisor
David Hampton ... scanning and recording technician: Weta Digital
Dean Lyon ... head: Oktobor
Dee McClelland ... dailies colorist
Damian McDonnell ... digital colourist
Matthew Packham ... digital compositor
George Port ... visual effects supervisor: PRPVFX
Mohan Ramachandran ... scanning and recording technician: Weta Digital
Tim Rudgard ... inferno artist
Abigail Scollay ... digital compositor
Pedram Shohadai ... digital effects artist / visual effects animator
Cameron Smith ... digital compositor: pre-visualization, Oktobor VFX
Greg Spencer ... digital compositor
Edward Trost ... visual effects producer
Shereena-Lee van de Berkt ... visual effects co-producer: post production
Randy Vellacott ... digital compositor
Leon Woods ... digital compositor
Phil Greig ... digital intermediate technologist (uncredited)
Danielle Norgate ... compositor: PRPVFX Ltd (uncredited)
Carol Petrie ... visual effects artist: PRPVFX Limited (uncredited)

Stunts

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Sean Button ... stunt double
Craig Dunn ... stunt performer
Mark Harris ... stunt coordinator
Glen Levy ... stunt rigger
Steve McQuillan ... stunt coordinator
Allan Poppleton ... stunt driver
Hayley Stent ... stunt double: Emily Deschanel, Tory Mussett
Stuart Thorp ... assistant stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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John Bell ... lighting technician
Charles Dalton Benson ... Video Assist
Jonathan Bixley ... best boy
Brant Fraser ... video split: second unit
Kirsty Griffin ... still photographer
Scott Harman ... lighting technician
Simon Hawkins ... key dolly grip
Brenden Holster ... first assistant camera
Dale McCready ... Steadicam operator: second unit
Andrew McGeorge ... first assistant camera: second unit
Aaron Morton ... director of photography: additional material / director of photography: second unit
Evan Pardington ... best boy grip
Ruru Reedy ... electrician
Gareth Robinson ... grip
James Rua ... video operator
David Sargison ... lighting assistant
Tim Shafe ... crane operator: Technocrane
Gavin Stroud ... additional camera operator
Alan Wilson ... lighting board operator

Animation Department

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Andy Cadzow ... animator

Casting Department

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Sandy Holt ... adr voice casting
Caroline Liem ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Anna Bosley ... costume stand-by: second unit / extras costume supervisor
Olivia Dobson ... set costumer
Hayley May ... costume assistant
Jenny Rushton ... key costume stand-by

Location Management

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Brett Higginson ... location scout
Clayton Tikao ... location manager

Music Department

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Nathan Hofheins ... orchestrator
Scott Davidson ... music engineer (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Spencer Faulkner ... unit driver

Other crew

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Tobin Adams ... assistant: Mr. Lorenz
Rachel Devenport ... online publicist: uk
Robert Gibson ... safety officer/medic
Talula Holt ... adr voice artist
Rebecca Hutton ... production accountant
Jaehi Jung ... title designer
Karsten Kastelan ... publicist
Erin Lander ... adr loop group
Norbert Maass ... sales manager: Senator International
Lisa Marinkovich ... accounting assistant
Sue May ... publicist
Rob McEntegart ... executive vice president, business affairs: Mandate Pictures
Dianne Moffatt ... second script supervisor
Asha Norman ... assistant: Mr. Kay
David Pollison ... office assistant: Renaissance Pictures
Leigh-Ann Pukeroa ... assistant: Mr. Tapert
Patricia Rivera ... assistant: Mr. Drake
Niccola Sanderson ... production coordinator
Dina Valenzuela ... production accountant
Andrew J. Wahlquist ... assistant: Mr. Kahane
Danielle White ... production coordinator
Angela Williams ... production assistant

Thanks

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Charlie Haskell ... the producers wish to thank

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Every culture has one - The horrible monster fueling young children's nightmares. But for Tim, the BOGEYMAN still lives in his memories as a creature that devoured his father 16 years earlier. Is the BOGEYMAN real? Or did Tim make him up to explain why his father abandoned his family? The answer lies hidden behind every dark corner and half-opened closet of his childhood home - A place he must return to and face the chilling unanswered questions... Does the BOGEYMAN really exist?

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Taglines You thought it was a just a story... but it's real. See more »
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Parents Guide View content advisory »
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Also Known As
  • Boogeyman - Der schwarze Mann (Germany)
  • Boogeyman - La porte des cauchemars (France)
  • Boogeyman: La puerta del miedo (Spain)
  • O Pesadelo (Brazil)
  • Tont (Estonia)
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Runtime
  • 89 min
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Box Office

Budget $20,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $19,020,655, 06 Feb 2005
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $67,192,859

Did You Know?

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Trivia Eric Kripke, who wrote the screenplay for this film, would go on to reference the film in an episode of his show Supernatural (2005). See more »
Goofs When the tub of bathwater at the motel is shown from the side, it always has water in it. In all the overhead shots, it is empty and the drain is not plugged. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Nightmares in Red, White and Blue: The Evolution of the American Horror Film (2009). See more »
Soundtracks Jazzacuba See more »
Crazy Credits In the theatrical version, after all of the credits have rolled there is a scene shot from inside of a closet looking out into a darkened room with a boy sleeping. The boy awakes and asks his mother (not pictured) to shut the closet door. Footsteps are heard as she approaches the door, but as she closes it, there is a huge slam noise and the screen cuts to a blue screen displaying, "This film was rated PG-13". See more »
Quotes [from trailer]
Tim: For fifteen years, everybody told me I was making it up. Everyone said it was just a story. There's no such thing as the Boogeyman. But I was right.
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