Clip Teases Next Week’s Debut Of ‘The Boogeyman’ Adaptation

by Thomas Tuna

One week to go. Are you ready?

The big-screen version of Stephen King’s The Boogeyman hits theaters next Friday, June 2–and, just when you thought all the hype and teasers had run their course, one more clip has dropped. Check out the brief tease on this page.

The PG-13 horror pic–directed by Rob Savage from a screenplay by Mark Heyman–stars David Dastmalchian, Marin Ireland, Vivien Lyra Blair, Madison Hu, Chris Messina and Sophie Thatcher.

The film takes some liberties with King’s original short story–published in the 1978 collection Night Shift–which deals with a man who visits a psychiatrist to discuss the bloody murders of his three children at the hands of an evil being.

The movie instead follows high school student Sadie Harper and her kid sister Sawyer, who are “reeling from the recent death of their mother, and aren’t getting much support from their father.”

And then, things get worse when a man shows up at their house, bringing with him “a terrifying entity that preys on families and feeds on the suffering of its victims.”

Keep reading Horror News Network for any last-minute updates on The Boogeyman.


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