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Lacey travels to Hollywood, to the home of a film director, where she brings along the last surviving haunted mirror shard from the end of the first movie as proof to her horrifying experiences.
Ulli Lommel told the investors that if he could do whatever he wanted and call it Boogeyman II, then he would do it. They said okay.
I'm thinking that maybe this crap mirror thing is actually a musical.
As with the original, the sequel was also banned in the UK and included on the DPP 72 list of video nasties, presumably owing to its heavy use of flashbacks from the first film. It was never re-released in its original format. The BBFC passed the expanded version (as "Bogeyman 2 - Redux") uncut in 2003, though the Hollywood DVD release credits the title (correctly) as "Boogeyman 2: The Directors Cut". That version consists of approximately 90% of the footage from the original film, not this film, narrated by Ulli Lommel supposedly talking to off-camera police officers about the details of the events of the first film. They have supposedly brought him in for questioning, suspecting that the events of the first film were real.
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