Films: Boogeyman (2005), Boogeyman 2 (2007), Boogeyman 3 (2008)
Alias: Henry Porter
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: The last time we tackled a being known as the Boogeyman, it involved killer mirror spirits. Now, the legitimate bane of children everywhere is here, and here he will wreck your mind.
History: The Boogeyman exists in closets everywhere, and has one purpose: torment and kill every person he meets. He is everywhere, yet only somewhere. In all places, but also just one. Everyone meets the Boogeyman at some point. It's all a matter of when and how.
Notable Kills: Tricks a guy into drinking burning chemicals, makes a person panic and kill herself trying to remove maggots spread upon her by him, pumps bile into a person until she blows up, a bloody bunch of washing machines.
Final Fate: The Boogeyman never fails. Everyone it comes into contact with dies one way or another. Some may overcome it for a time, but it always comes back. Death and despair await all who dare cross the Boogeyman.
Powers/Abilities: Manipulation of reality, possession, possible omnipotence. The more people believe in him, the stronger he gets.
Weakness: Destroying things related to memories involving him ward him off.
Scariness Factor: 4.5-Some awful effects work in the first film notwithstanding, the Boogeyman is a frighteningly effective villain. With no weakness in sight, and a gallery of forms for him to take, he could be anywhere. And once he's got his sight on you, it's already too late.
Trivia: -The Boogeyman of myth has no real consistent appearance or morality. It is simply a name given to whatever creature people come up with to scare children, or even adults, into quitting bad behavior.
-For the second film, the Boogeyman's terrifying mask was actually based on director Jeff Betancourt's own deep-seeded phobias. Namely, skeletons and the corpses of birds.