On Friday, June 2, savage robberyThe terrifying new supernatural horror movie the bogeyman will haunt audiences across the country. In anticipation, fucking disgusting and bloody fm has partnered with 20th Century Studios to deliver four original podcast episodes themed on the Stephen King adaptation. Let’s just say listeners will want to keep the lights on.
If you remember, on Monday, CreepyJon Grilz broke his own sordid story about a haunted vlogger with an unlikely follower titled “Boogey of a Man.” Today, Shelby Scott of scare you to sleep shares a haunting story that follows a troubled mother whose baffling confession goes horribly wrong. Isn’t that enough to make fun of? Here’s the full synopsis:
On a windy night in Los Angeles in 1933, a desperate mother tries to use religion as her last weapon against a mysterious monster that has already murdered several of her children. She finds a weary priest to tell him her story in a confessional. Whether he can help her or not is the only thing standing between her daughter’s life and The Boogeyman.
Stream the episode below and stay tuned for the rest of the series. Following? On Monday May 29, Mayfair Observer Society captures the titular terror as he zeroes in on a group of monster-hunting kids. So, The Losers Club: A Stephen King Podcast will round out the series with his story on Friday, June 2, with a disturbing visit to the emergency room.
the bogeyman stars sophie thatcher (“yellow jackets”) and Chris Messina (Birds of prey) next to David Dastmalchian (Dune, the suicide squad), Ireland (Y: the last man, the umbrella academy), Vivien Lyra Blair (bird box, mr corman) and madison hu (Travellers).
In the film, “Reeling from the recent death of their mother, high school student Sadie Harper and her younger sister Sawyer aren’t getting much support from their father, Will, a therapist dealing with his own grief.
“When a desperate patient shows up unexpectedly at his home, he leaves behind a terrifying supernatural entity that preys on families and preys on the suffering of its victims.”
“‘The Boogeyman’ is a classic horror movie in the ‘Poltergeist’ mold that has scares and heart in equal measure,” says the director. savage robbery. “I vividly remember the terror I felt reading King’s tale as a child, and it is this feeling of childish fear that I wanted to inspire in movie audiences around the world. This film was made in collaboration with an incredibly talented team of creatives and is anchored by the wonderful and moving performances of our incredible cast; I’m in awe of them, really. We are incredibly proud of this film.”
Watch the new TV spot below and get tickets now at www.fandango.com/TheBoogeyman.