“There’s no such thing as monsters! You need to grow up!” These are the words we often hear from skeptics who refuse to believe in the supernatural. But what if those monsters were real? That’s the premise of The Boogeyman, a chilling new horror film adaptation from the mind of Stephen King, directed by the critically acclaimed Rob Savage.
If you’re familiar with Savage’s previous work, such as Host and Dashcam, you’ll know that he’s no stranger to crafting suspenseful and terrifying experiences for his audiences. And with The Boogeyman, it seems that he’s upping the ante even further.
The film tells the story of two sisters who are struggling to cope with the death of their mother. As they try to come to terms with their loss, they find themselves facing a malevolent presence in their home. It’s a classic haunted house scenario, but with a twist – the monster is very real, and it’s targeting their family.
The trailer for The Boogeyman is genuinely unsettling, with tense moments and jump scares that will leave you on the edge of your seat. The film stars a talented cast, including Madison Hu, Vivien Lyra Blair, Sophie Thatcher, David Dastmalchian, LisaGay Hamilton, and Chris Messina. With a strong ensemble like this, it’s sure to deliver some truly memorable performances.
But what’s most exciting about The Boogeyman is how it harks back to classic horror films like Poltergeist. It’s a throwback to a time when horror was less about gore and more about psychological terror. If you’re a fan of the genre, this is a film you won’t want to miss.
The Boogeyman is set to hit theaters in June, and we have a feeling it’s going to be a huge hit. Audiences love to be scared, and this film promises to deliver in spades. So if you’re brave enough, watch if you dare – just make sure to keep the lights on.
High school student Sadie Harper and her younger sister Sawyer are struggling to cope with the sudden loss of their mother. Their father, Will (played by Chris Messina), a therapist who is dealing with his own grief, is struggling to provide the support they need. When a desperate patient unexpectedly shows up at their home seeking help, he unknowingly unleashes a terrifying supernatural entity that preys on families and feeds on the suffering of its victims.
“The Boogeyman” is directed by the talented British filmmaker Rob Savage, known for his work on “Host” and “Dashcam,” as well as numerous other acclaimed horror short films. The screenplay is written by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods (known collectively as Beck/Woods) and Mark Heyman, adapted from a short story in Stephen King’s “Night Shift” collection.
Produced by Dan Cohen, Dan Levine, and Shawn Levy, “The Boogeyman” promises to be a bone-chilling horror film that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats. The film is set to debut in theaters everywhere on June 2nd, 2023, just in time for the summer season.
Are you ready to face your fears and experience “The Boogeyman”?