When a college student witnesses the alleged suicide of her roommate, it sets into motion a series of horrific events that cause her to fear the supernatural entity. As she tries to ...
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When a college student witnesses the alleged suicide of her roommate, it sets into motion a series of horrific events that cause her to fear the supernatural entity. As she tries to convince the rest of her dorm that the Boogeyman does exist, the evil force grows stronger and her friends begin to pay the price. Now she must stop this ultimate evil before the entire campus falls prey.Written by
I hated the first two films, I thought they were simply horror done wrong with no originality at all. Cookie cutter horror and done badly, really really badly.
The third was expected to be just as bad but was a pleasant surprise, it's still mediocre but its passable by comparison.
This time the film actually has a structure, a competent plot and the "Boogeyman" isn't bad at all in appearance/execution.
It follows a tried and tested formula, kids in uni getting picked off one by one by this malevolent force but the "Belief" system makes for some interesting scenarios.
The deaths are average, the script is passable and the movie as a whole is nothing even remotely special but compared to the first two this is a work of art.
Just about watchable stuff and certainly ending the trilogy on a high....ish note.
Boogeyman looks great
Has a few very inventive ideas
A couple of the girls on the cast were great
Potential was squandered
Still very generic
Things I Learnt From This Movie:
That girl from Coronation Street & Hollyoaks doesn't know how to age! Seriously, she has access to the fountain of eternal youth and I demand a pint or two....or three...or a weekend of bathing in it! I'm approaching 40 leave me alone!
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