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Boogeyman 2 (Director's Cut)

3.0 out of 5 stars 68 customer reviews

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I thought I was watching a special feature when I started this movie, and was surprised that it was the feature. This is not a sequel, this is one of the worst DVDs of all time. Thankfully, I only rented it and am only out the rental cost. Everybody, be warned, you barely see anything of the actual Boogeyman sequel, just scenes in fast motion. There should be some kind of law because this DVD is slickly packaged and is a complete and total rip-off. Everybody involved with the making of this DVD should feel ashamed. Those who bought it deserve their money back.

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Prepare to be afraid of the dark once again in this outrageous sequel to the 1980 horror classic! Lacey (Suzanna Love), the shaken survivor of a bloody supernatural rampage in the countryside, is flown to Los Angeles where a slick movie producer plans to cash in on her story. At a decadent Hollywood party, plans for the beginning of a new horror movie franchise are torn asunder when a fragment of the original haunted mirror turns these hotshot movers and shakers into screamers and quakers! Packed with gruesome deaths and tongue-in-cheek humor, Boogeyman 2 turns the horror genre on its head (years before Scream) with a wild postmodern twist. Bolt your doors, lock your windows, and cover your mirrors# the boogeyman is coming for you!

Special Features

  • Deleted Footage
  • Interview with Director Ulli Lommel

Product Details

  • Actors: Rhonda Aldrich, John Carradine, David D'Arnal, Ashley DuBay, Shannah Hall
  • Directors: Ulli Lommel
  • Format: Color, Director's Cut, Dolby, Letterboxed, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Image Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: August 12, 2003
  • Run Time: 79 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000A0DXA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #107,940 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Boogeyman 2 (Director's Cut)" on IMDb

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I was so excited when I saw this DVD online. It said DIRECTOR'S CUT on the front UNEDITED, blah blah you know the rest. This DVD is presented on the outside package as the full length Feature Film, "Boogeyman 2". What you actually get is a chopped up edited piece of junk with actual scenes from the film sandwiched inbetween these boring interviews with the director Uli Lommel. This DVD IS NOT the full length Feature Film. Instead it is a cheap, dihonest crooked, misrepresentation of a product designed to fool people like me into thinking I am getting the real film. This is more like a documentary about Boogeyman 2. I am extremely furious at the makers of this DVD and the crook director called Uli Lommel. This is false advertising in the purest form. I wasted $13.39. Dont make the same mistake I did and just get the old 1992 VHS tape Boogeyman 2 from Movie Trading Company for $4.99.

Uli Lommel is a CROOK!.
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There is one thing genuinely scary about "Boogeyman 2." That would be that the first three words onscreen are "Ulli Lommel Presents." Lommel has made some terrible films (Don't believe me? Check out "Revenge of the Stolen Stars.") but this one is among his very worst. (As a caution, there are two films of this name and this review is for the 1983 release, not the 2007 movie.) It is highly derivative and highly boring. The script is awful, and the acting worse. Lommel stars against Suzanna Love as Lacey, a young woman haunted by her past and the gruesome deaths of her family and friends.

While the film is sadistic, it is also incredibly plodding and fails to chill on any level. While the film allegedly stars John Carradine, be advised that he is in it as a dour psychiatrist for maybe five minutes. It's a shame, as he turns in the best performance in the film (not that that's saying much.) The plot revolves around a house where murders occurred years ago. There's a mirror that witnessed the killings and little pieces of it possess people and objects to bring more death and destruction. I will not bore you with details, but the following is a non-exhaustive list of murderously possessed items: scissors, electric hedge trimmers, a window frame (not the glass part, you understand,) a medicine cabinet, a can of shaving cream, and my personal favorite, a toothbrush. Bonus points go to Lommel for the most ridiculously deadly French kiss in history.

The "Exorcist" and "Amityville Horror" influences are obvious, but the film is clearly not in the same league. The film centers on B-movie personalities in Hollywood, where Lacey confronts her past while the cast gets thinned out.
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I thought I was watching a special feature when I started this movie, and was surprised that it was the feature. This is not a sequel, this is one of the worst DVDs of all time. Thankfully, I only rented it and am only out the rental cost. Everybody, be warned, you barely see anything of the actual Boogeyman sequel, just scenes in fast motion. There should be some kind of law because this DVD is slickly packaged and is a complete and total rip-off. Everybody involved with the making of this DVD should feel ashamed. Those who bought it deserve their money back.
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First and foremost, this movie was not a continuation of Boogeyman. In some ways, I feel that it should have had it's own unique title to make this distinction more clear. If you liked the first movie, do not go to this movie, expecting it to be more of the same. No aspect of Boogeyman 2 bore resemblance to the first.

What I found to be curious were the slight similarities between Boogeyman 2 and some of the Saw movie traits. Individuals were forced to face their fears in a fashion that ultimately threatened to destroy them. In one instance, a tape recording is used to indicate the type of "therapy" that one man needed to conquer his phobia. While the action taken to facilitate this so-called healing was a stretch, it did make a gory point. How did this not have similarities to the Saw movies? The individuals were not actually being tested or given a chance to save themselves. They were simply placed in a situation and motivated to kill themselves with no hope of surviving.

I did not anticipate the plot twist in the end. I think that, perhaps, what causes many people to be upset with this movie is the fact that the viewer is led to believe their assumptions are correct, only to then be shown that they were wrong. It brings a sense of insecurity and almost insults the intelligence of the viewer. Nevertheless, as an audience, we have already consented to be subject to these twists and turns. Instead of being offended that we were fooled, it should instead be a delightful present to be surprised with the unexpected. If you like gore, I encourage you to watch. If you have a light stomach, find something else.
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This film is so bad it defies the English language, but I'm not blind that this is solely my opinion and some, maybe even many, will disagree.

If I were to lay this film out in my "The Hits" and "The Misses" format, it would be incredibly lopsided, so I don't think I'll go that route this time.

For starters, this film IS NOT a real sequel other than a passing reference to the first film, which contradicts everything in the first film by the way, and while I can appreciate a sequel that attempts to go off in it's own direction like White Noise 2 did, this one goes so far afield from the first that it really ticked me off to even use the dreaded number 2 in its title since I was among the few that actually got a mild kick out of the original.

This story has nothing to do with an actual "boogeyman", like the first film did, but with a serial killer. Anyone that knows me from my reviews knows how little regard I hold for slasher films as there is simply little more that can be added to that genre of horror film. Boogeyman was a clever monster film with ghost story elements thrown in. This film is strictly a slasher film and a terrible mystery tale to boot. I Saw (pun intended) the ending coming very early on in this film (joke directed at Tobin Bell's presence in the film).

We are asked to constantly believe in the totally unbelievable in this film. It was way beyond the "suspension of disbelief" I can typically muster up for these kinds of films.
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