Boogeyman rating info

Boogeyman

Overall C-

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.

Violence C
Sexual Content C
Profanity C
Substance Use B+

Why is Boogeyman rated PG-13? The MPAA rated Boogeyman PG-13 for intense sequences of horror and terror/violence, and some partial nudity

Run Time: 89 minutes

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Boogeyman
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia 14A Frightening Scenes
Alberta 14A Frightening Scenes, Not Recommended for Young Children
Manitoba 14A Disturbing Content
Ontario PG Frightening Scenes, Not Recommended for Young Children
Quebec 13+ Horror
Martimes 14A
Canadian Home Video 14A

News About "Boogeyman"

Cast and Crew

Boogeyman is directed by and stars Barry Watson, Emily Deschanel, Tory Mussett.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Boogeyman movie is May 30, 2005. Here are some details…

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.

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Closets aren’t just scary places in the Boogeyman. In the animated film Monsters Inc., young children also worry about what’s behind the closed door but luckily the film is far more family friendly. If suspense is what you’re after, The Sixth Sense offers a plot that builds to a justified ending, although the inclusion of some gory scenes make it a poor choice for young viewers.

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