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  • Fangoria Magazine - January 2005 Fear The Boogeyman. He's out to prove that a movie about childhood terrors revisted can be scary and he's got Sam Raim backing him up.
  • Playbill Magazine - 10 January 2005 - Faith Prince and Lucy Lawless Sing in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Concert Version
  • The Toronto Star - 30 January 2005 - in Stargazing, two pictures of Lucy from the con. Plucky Lucy Lawless does the funky chicken at the 10th Annversary Xena: Warrior Princess Convention at the Burbank Airport Hilton & Towers
  • The Post Standard - 30 January 2005
    Although Sam Raimi is listed as one of the producers, hopes are dim that "Boogeyman" will be a box-office winner. The movie opens nationwide on Friday.  The horror tale casts Barry Watson as a young man who must return to his childhood home to confront the terrifying visions that have haunted him all his life. Stephen Kay directs the chiller from the laptops of writers Eric Kripke, Juliet Snowden and Stiles White.
  • The Tuscon Citizen 13 January 2005 “Elektra” leads a resurgence of female superheroes, giving women someone to cheer for. Xena Excerpt:
    Surely, nobody has forgotten Xena and her close pal Gabrielle. Plans are still afoot in L.A. to bring Lucy Lawless and Renee O'Conner to the big screen in the same roles they made famous on television. Every pop culture analyst and movie reviewer (including me) will be eager to see what changes have been wrought in the relationship between these two since the mid-1990s.
  • The Herald Sun (Australia) has an article about the Australian actress/singer Delta Goodrin who is suffering from Hodgkis Disease. The article is about Barry Watson and how he battled the same disease. Barry is appearing in Boogeyman. The article has a mention of the movie and Lucy. Click here to read the article

  • The following is from The Dallas Voice Community Newspaper - July 2003
    Xena battles The Boogeyman
    Everyone’s favorite warrior princess may finally be meeting a foe she can’t beat: the boogeyman himself. Xena’s Lucy Lawless has signed on to co-star in The Boogeyman, a thriller currently shooting in her home country of New Zealand. Along with Lawless, 7th Heaven’s Barry Watson stars as a young man returning to his childhood home to try to overcome traumatic, boogeyman-inspired events that took place in his bedroom. Not to be confused with the schlocky ‘80s series of Boogeyman movies, this fright-fest comes from Sam Raimi’s (Spider-Man) new horror production company, Ghost House. Raimi used to executive produce Xena, and he’s also got a horror-picture pedigree — he was responsible for such scary movies as The Evil Dead and Darkman.

  • The Western Leader (NZ newspaper) - 24 July 2003. Details the work being done on the "Boogeyman" set and the house that will be used.

  • NZ Sunday News - Monster Role for Xena Star - 20 July 2003 - News about Lucy's role in the new Rob Tapert/Sam Raimi movie "Boogeyman"

  • Tribune News Service - 16 July 2003  - `Boogeyman' filming in New Zealand.