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When Tim Jensen (Caden St. Clair) was eight years old, he witnessed a terrifying event. Fifteen years later, he (Barry Watson) is still traumatized by poorly lit rooms and closets with doors left ajar. Now, as an adult, he has the opportunity to return to his childhood home and face his Boogeyman fears.
Why Is Boogeyman Rated PG-13?
Boogeyman is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of horror and terror/violence, and some partial nudity
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Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A
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Release Date: 31 May 2005
The Boogeyman DVD (sold by Columbia Tri Star as a Special Edition) will try to frighten up your dollars by offering several making-of featurettes, deleted scenes, an alternate ending, animatics and visual effect progressions.