The Boogey Man 2/Fun Facts
From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
- Paramount Pictures wanted to produce a bigger budget sequel to the hit movie The Boogey Man (1980), but director/producer Ulli Lommel didn't want to work for a big studio and decided to make the film (which he later had pulled from circulation) as independent production.
- This movie was filmed in 1981, but released in 1983.
- Filmed for ten days at Ulli Lommel and Suzanna Love's house in Los Angeles, and an additional three days around California.
- The first half of the original version this movie is built up almost entirely out of flashback footage from part one. The "Redux/ Director's Cut" is approximately 85 percent of the footage from the original film.