The New Trailer for Stephen King’s ‘The Boogeyman’ Is Frightening and Sure to Give You Nightmares!
Any time a new Stephen King adaptation is in the works, it’s worth celebrating. Fans may now view a new horror movie based on his short story “The Boogeyman” below. Additionally, The Boogeyman’s full trailer is enough to delight any horror enthusiast.
A compelling version of the original short story is promised in the film. The Boogeyman was initially published in 1973, and then in the collection of short stories called Night Shift in 1978. As a result, many of King’s followers have been anticipating the film adaptation of this tale for many years. Thankfully, it doesn’t seem like the movie will let you down.
Regarding the synopsis of the movie, which indicates that it is both an accurate adaptation and an augmentation of the source material:
Sadie Harper, a senior in high school, and Sawyer, her younger sister, are still grieving the loss of their mother and aren’t receiving much help from their father Will, a therapist who is also going through a difficult time. A frightening supernatural creature that preys on families and thrives on the agony of its victims is left behind by a desperate patient who unexpectedly arrives at their home seeking assistance.
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Here is The Boogeyman’s official trailer:
Rob Savage is the film’s director, and Scott Beck, Bryan Woods, and Mark Heyman wrote the script, which was adapted from a Stephen King short tale. Shawn Levy, Dan Levine, and Dan Cohen produced the project; executive producers were Emily Morris, John H. Starke, Scott Beck, Bryan Woods, Adam Kolbrenner, Ryan Cunningham, and Robin Meisinger.
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Sophie Thatcher, Chris Messina, Vivian Lyra Blair, Marin Ireland, Madison Hu, LisaGay Hamilton, and David Dastmalchian are among the actors who appear in the movie.
On June 2, 2023, viewers will be able to see The Boogeyman in theaters. Keep checking for updates on Stephen King and Horror as they become available.
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