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Boogeyman (2012)

Boogeyman (2012) is not affiliated with the original Boogeyman from 2005.

Director:

Jeffery Scott Lando (as Jeffery Lando)

Writer:

David Reed
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Eddie McClintock ... Michael
Amy Bailey ... Rebecca
Emma Samms ... Chief Gideon
Danny Horn ... Isaac
Gabriel Steele Gabriel Steele ... Jacob
Ian Redford Ian Redford ... Skinner / Franklin
Boyan Levchev Boyan Levchev ... Levi
Cindy R. Johnson Cindy R. Johnson ... Marcy
Jesse Steele ... Officer Daniels
Maya Angelova Maya Angelova ... Daughter
Christian Hammerdorfer Christian Hammerdorfer ... Aaron
Adriana Kalcheva Adriana Kalcheva ... Lilah
Eli Kirilova Eli Kirilova ... Grace
Anthony Lindsey Anthony Lindsey ... Vagrant
Emilia Klayn Emilia Klayn ... Nurse
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A single dad cop in a small town and his female partner are called to the scene of the death of a mean recluse. A number of bizarre deaths, including teens, begin to occur at the hands of a big disfigured "monster". Eventually it is learned that the policeman's partner is the estranged daughter of the dead man and that the "monster" is actually a demonic form of "Cain" of Cain and Abel of the bible, who has needed a "brother" to be his keeper since he killed Abel. Who will be his next keeper? Written by Matt Sands

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 August 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Legend of the Boogeyman See more »

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Trivia

This film entitled BOOGEYMAN, is a 2012 made for television movie starring General Hospital's, Emma Samms. It is not a part of the original 2005 BOOGEYMAN franchise. See more »

Goofs

The "Chief" wears conflicting rank insignia. She has upside down Sergeant stripes on her sleeve (commonplace in Canada), and Colonel (bird) insignia on her collar. See more »

Quotes

Marcy: It's just, if you're the one whose been pooping in my azaleas, I'd like you to stop please. And also, you should probably be seeing a doctor; it shouldn't look that color.
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Am I my brother's keeper?
5 October 2013 | by lastliberal-853-253708See all my reviews

This isn't Stephen King's Boogeyman, although it came out the same year.

It is unusual in the respect that it links to the Bible; a first for me in horror films.

The story starts with Cain and Abel (Genesis 4:9), but leaves us wondering what this has to do with the Bogeyman. We'll find out later.

The boogeyman starts with Skinner, who had him hid in the attic. Why?

He dispatches a couple of luscious babes who are getting it on in the woods. Are we back to the Bible again? Paul's letter to the Romans?

Anyway, there is little to recommend this film. It is not scary, and the killings are mild. Find the original for a good boogeyman.


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