Boogeyman 2

Synopsis: A young woman with a long-term phobia of the boogeyman voluntarily checks herself into a mental health facility with the hope of conquering her overwhelming fear. However, much to her horror, she discovers that some things are terrifying on purpose, and confronting her demons was not the best course of action.
Director(s): Jeff Betancourt
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
93 min

All kids are afraid of the Boogeyman.

Henry and I were no different,

even before that night.

- It's the one I wanted.

- You sure?

We can always return it, get something

you want more, like schooI clothes.

I told them you wanted a dirt bike,

but they wouldn't listen.

- Help me put it together, Henry, please.

- Sure, after I use the bathroom.

- Who wants cake and ice cream?

- I do.

- Great job, sweetie.

- Thank you.

Didn't you go to the bathroom, paI?


I thought we talked about this.

You're 11 years old now, bud.

The hallway light burned out again.

Will you fix it?

See? Nothing to worry about.


Henry, I saw him.

I saw the Boogeyman.

He is reaI.

No, no.


When the police came, he was gone.

But only for the time being.

Are you still afraid of the Boogeyman?

No, of course not.

I just meant...

What happened to my parents

is still vivid to me.

I'm really sorry, Laura.

No one should have to go through that.

- Henry said that the intruder wasn't caught.

- Yeah.

- Do you and Henry ever talk about it?

- No, no.

We talk around it.

It's what people do, you know.

It's not easy admitting you're afraid

of the Boogeyman,

even to your own sister.

You know, the three months

that Henry's been here,

we've been able to help him.

- If you're open to this program...

- No, it's not...

It's okay, I'm 18 now. I'm fine.


I hope I'm not interrupting.

Well, I'm gonna miss you.

- I'm here if you need to talk, okay?

- Okay.

- Either one of you.

- Thank you.

I can't even tell you how much I miss this.

Seriously, I have not had

Marsha Marsha Marshmallow

since you left for the clinic.

I meant you.

- You know, us hanging out.

- Yeah.

I knew what you meant.

I just missed Marsha more.

So tonight, your favorite TV shows

Tivo'd and ready to go,

your lasagna,

and I thought maybe we'd stop by the mall

and get you some shirts

that don't have paint

and sweat stains on them.

- I have a job interview tomorrow.

- Already?

- Where? When did you do that?

- It's a printing company in San Francisco.

- Yeah, I applied online at the clinic.

- Wow.

That's great, Henry.

Well, yeah, yeah.

I mean, it's perfect. They do lithography.

It's like silk-screen,

but for, you know, posters and stuff.

I mean, the guy saw my work

and he loves it, you know.

He said I could use some of his equipment

for my own stuff if I wanted.

San Francisco's just so far away.

I mean, you would have to live on your own.

You're sure you could do that?

Well, yeah. Yeah, you know.

I mean, I can do it now.

The Hillridge Clinic, it, you know,

really made me a different person.

It would've been nice if you included me

in your decision.

I'm including you now.

No, now you're telling me.

You know, we should go.

I shouldn't have even had this ice cream.

It's freezing.

Look, I'm sorry, all right?

It's just an interview.

We can talk about it when I get back.

Just forget it, okay?

Want some help?

Look, I'm sorry about earlier.

What, now you're not gonna talk to me?



It's okay, it's okay. I'm here.

When did you do this?

While you were gone,

it got really bad.

Every time I closed my eyes,

I could see him.

He's been waiting.

- Waiting?

- For us to be apart.

I always told you

that I could handle it, but...

That you were the one that needed help.

But the truth is,

I don't want you to go, Henry.

I can't do this on my own.

You can call me whenever you want.

You know that, right?

Yeah, I have my cell phone.

That won't do you any good out here.

You're just gonna have to settle

for what us old-timers call a landline.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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