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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Don't let The Boogeyman get you... March 12 2009
By Francine - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
There's really "nothing to write home about". The story in this film is not all that. There is nothing original here for sure, no surprises, nothing new from beginning to end. I saw just what I was expecting from the opening credits to the close credits. That all said, what I do like is the fact that they finally created a boogeyman character for us to see, with more than just a glimpse of him, and In my opinion he is a pretty cool looking creation. The acting, sfx, cinematography, setting and atmosphere are really decent. If you have a sort of obsession with this type of film as I do (I also liked the first and second of these), then you'll probably like this one. Overall, I thought it was fairly good; Again, just don't look for anything original here.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
THIRD TIME IS THE CHARM! June 28 2009
By Ben Wasden - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I wasn't expecting a whole lot from Boogeyman 3, seeing as how I thought the first two were just average. However, Boogeyman 3 isn't average. It was way better than the first two in the series. It really reminded of a cross between A Nightmare on Elm Street and Urban Legend, but that doesn't mean it's a complete copycat. There is some originality and some decent scares, as well as inventive kills. Oh yeah, this movie doesn't really start off that way, but by the end it's a friggin' bloodbath. There's also some t&a, which I'm finding is making a comeback in horror movies, since My Bloody Valentine 3-D and Friday the 2009 also had the t and the a. Overall, I'd say check out Boogeyman 3. It's a real scream!
I agree with the person who called it "mediocre, but entertaining" Aug. 26 2014
By Wuchak - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Released to video in 2008, “Boogeyman 3” takes place at a university in Northern California, (although it was shot in Sofia in Western Bulgaria). Audrey (Nikki Sanderson), the daughter of Dr. Allen (Tobin Bell) from the previous film, is harassed by an unseen entity in her dorm, which she believes is “the boogeyman,” a malevolent spirit intent on killing as many as possible. Her best friend, Sarah (Erin Cahill), is a psych major who tries to help Audrey whereupon she catches a frightening glimpse of the boogeyman and people start mysteriously dying. Sarah tries to warn everyone in the dorm to GET OUT.

Like “Boogeyman 2,” this third installment in the low-budget series is limited by its one-dimensional setting -- about half the movie was shot at a dull dorm lobby and the rest in rooms nearby, plus a couple outside scenes. As such, the characters and their story HAVE to work or the movie will bomb. The results are not great, but it’s marginally better than the previous film, largely due to a decent assortment of females and the great look of the boogeyman himself (itself?) -- it appears as a tall thin man with long scraggly hair, a black gown and a hideous face.

As far as the female cast goes, Cahill is solid as the protagonist and Sanderson is effective as Dr. Allen’s daughter. There are a couple of other quality females on hand, including cameos.

Being a horror-on-campus film, it’s reminiscent of the two “Decoys” movies and “Urban Legends: Final cut,” so if you like those types of films you might like “Boogeyman 3,” but – to me – it’s the least of these. Like I said, the setting is too one-dimensional, but there are other flaws. For instance, most of the male characters are weak, with the exception of Sarah’s psych professor from the radio show, and the blood that flows down walls and fills the floors looks more like cherry Icee fluid than actual blood.

Still, “Boogeyman 3” delivered just enough for me to give it a weak thumbs up. Aside from the women and the look of the boogeyman, I like the angle that the monster feeds on people’s belief to manifest in the physical realm, as well as the Christ figure at the end.

The film runs 94 minutes.

GRADE: B- (because I’m in a good mood)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
horror April 26 2010
By Michelle W. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
i got this movie only because it was a part 1 and part 2... i haven't seen the other parts.. but boogeyman 3 was ok.. it had some scary parts.. but.. my grandbaby loves scary movies.. he watched it more than i did.........
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Boogeyman 3 Aug. 20 2013
By Loretta - Published on Amazon.com
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A great addition to the Boogeyman series. This movie is a wonderful movie that is has not nudity and is rather clean. Just a little messy in the killings.

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