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Horror Movies Review essay
The intro starts off good by grabbing the viewer's attention right from the beginning, but the movie seems to go downhill from that point unfortunately. You can't really blame the cast because I thought the acting was fairly good overall; it boils down to the plot. The writers of this film were not able to write a well-scripted plot to follow the storyline. I see it all the time with movies today: heavy on the special effects and less on substance. "Boogeyman" really didn't have a lot of special effects until the end when the audience finally gets a glimpse of the highly anticipated boogeyman, which I guess was the highlight of the film if you want to call it that.
I will say there were a couple of scenes that made me jump because of the highly anticipated suspense. Scare-wise, this movie doesn't even get close to the classics like "The Exorcist", "The Shining" and "Pet Cemetery" just to name a few. Those three movies were able to scare the hell out of me in a way that really hasn't been touched by any of movies today. I think it's a real shame that "Boogeyman" and many other mediocre horror movies of today are unable to scare the hell out of audiences like "The Exorcist" did back in 1973.
With all the technology advancements of today, movie writers could come up with an original horrifying script and blend it in with the great special effects of today and produce a fantastic scary movie; it just hasn't been done though with perhaps the exception of the new "Amityville" movie. "Boogeyman" needs a much better plot before it can even be considered an original horror movie.
I say go away from all those dazzling special effects, which "Boogeyman" lacks as well, and go back the basics: a good solid storyline. That's what made the aforementioned classic horror flicks so scary was because of a really solid storyline and they didn't need any fancy special effects to frighten audiences; the key was simply substance. "Boogeyman" lacks substance as do a lot of the "so-called" horror movies of today.
I wouldn't recommend this movie to anyone unless you like mediocre scary movies with poorly scripted plots. Maybe one of these days, the movie people will figure out the key toward making a truly scary movie, but until then sit back and enjoy the true horror classics.
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