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The director of Stephen King's The Boogeyman movie, Rob Savage, pulls back the curtain on the Disney horror movie

Stephen King's The Boogeyman has been translated to film, and the director who did it is sharing how it came together

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The 1973 Stephen King short story Boogeyman has come to horrorific life in the new supernatural film of the same name - and Rob Savage, the director of the adaptation, recently took to the MCM Comic Con Main Stage to reveal some 'behind the scenes' details about the film, which stars Sophie Thatcher, Chris Messina, Vivien Lyra Blair, and David Dastmalchian.

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Here now, watch the The Boogeyman: Behind the Scenes panel with director Rob Savage, filmed at MCM Comic Con in May 2023:

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