Boogeyman (2005) 1080p YIFY Movie

Boogeyman (2005) 1080p

A young man tries to deal with the childhood terror that has affected his life.

IMDB: 4.19 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Horror
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.70G
  • Resolution: 1920x1080 / 23.976 (23976/1000) fpsfps
  • Language: English  
  • Run Time: 88
  • IMDB Rating: 4.1/10 
  • MPR: R
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for Boogeyman (2005) 1080p

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... Dies the BOGEYMAN really exist?


The Director and Players for Boogeyman (2005) 1080p

[Director]Stephen Kay
[Role:]Lucy Lawless
[Role:]Emily Deschanel
[Role:]Barry Watson


The Reviews for Boogeyman (2005) 1080p


Worth a watch, but only once...Reviewed byjh1593Vote: 5/10

I had high hopes for this movie and for the first 10 minutes it seemed to live up to them but it eventually lost its way, and towards the end became a little messy.

Great camera work, clearly made on a good budget, good acting - but to my surprise, considering it was written Eric Kripke, it was the structure of the story that let it down.

Started off promisingly but I lost interest after about 1/3 of the movie as it stumbled along clumsily and never regained momentum.

If you're a fan of the genre it is worth a watch but I don't consider it to have any re-watch value at all.

Typical January Horror FlickReviewed bychristian123Vote: 3/10

Tim (Barry Watson) must return to his childhood home and confront the visions that have terrified him his whole life. When he gets there, the evil forces behind the visions are given another chance to get their hands on him.

The story sounds a lot like Darkness Falls from a few years back. That film was pretty disappointing but it was pretty stylish. Boogeyman is more or less the same. It offers a few decent scares and it is pretty stylish. However, the film is kind of a joke, using cheap tactics to scare it's audience. The attempted scares are all cheap loud noises, which might make you jump if you watch the movie in a theater full of girls. There were maybe a few scenes that did scare me. Like the first fifteen minutes or so are pretty creepy but then the film falls back into generic land. It rates a three on the horror scale.

The acting isn't as bad as one would expect. Barry Watson gives a decent performance but he isn't good enough to truly save the film. Emily Deschanel also gives a decent performance, nothing special. Lucy Lawless has a small role and she makes the most out of it. Skye McCole Bartusiak offers the worst performance and her character is pretty pointless. Director Stephen T. Kay can't really build up suspense well. All he does is film the main character scaring himself to death and it all becomes a bit silly after awhile.

A big problem with the film is the script. It's very poor and it doesn't make a lot of sense. The ending is especially random and nothing is explained at all. The reason why the story is weak is because of the very short running time. 85 minutes is too short to tell a real effective story with this type of material. If they had bothered to write a decent story with decent scares then the movie would have been a lot better. However they didn't and Boogeyman ends up being a ridiculous and disappointing horror film. In the end, while better than The Grudge, this lame horror film is still not really worth watching. Rating 5/10

I've Coughed Up Scarier Stuff Than ThisReviewed bymoniker_jonesVote: 2/10

The one genuinely scary moment in director Stephen Kay's laughable excuse for a horror film occurs during the end credits, when the audience discovers that it actually took three professional screenwriters to pen this abominable nightmare. The last few years have been a golden age for modestly budgeted fright flicks. Last fall's The Grudge proved that if you market a film well and release it at just the right time, there's no end to the money you can make. I walked away from that film rather disappointed, but my confusion paled in comparison to the slack-jawed bewilderment that consumed me during Boogeyman.

The film's opening sequence features a man being ravaged by an unseen monster while his son observes helplessly. Fifteen years later we discover that Tim (Barry Watson) has never properly dealt with his father's sudden, grisly death. After learning that his mother has passed away, Tim returns home for her funeral. While in town he decides to face his fears by staying overnight in his unusually creepy boyhood home.

A series of muddled, incomplete ideas figure their way into the plot, but ultimately the story is nonsensical and just plain stupid. As with most recent horror films, Boogeyman provides no real terror, and instead attempts to startle the viewer by adding abrupt, loud noises to the soundtrack. The final straw is the title character itself, revealed briefly during the film's climax to be nothing more than a ridiculous, computer-animated mess. Avoid this moronic snoozefest like the plague.

Rating: D-

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