The Boy

The Boy

Director: William Brent Bell Cast: Lauren Cohan, Rupert Evans, Jim Norton

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Product Details

Release Date: 05/10/2016
UPC: 0025192346798
Original Release: 2016
Rating: PG-13
Source: Universal Studios
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Color]
Sound: [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:38:00
Sales rank: 5,027

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lauren Cohan Greta
Rupert Evans Malcolm
Jim Norton Mr. Heelshire
Diana Hardcastle Mrs. Heelshire
Ben Robson Cole
Javier Botet Actor
Jett Klyne Brahms (Child)
Lily Pater Emily Cribbs
Matthew Walker Taxi Driver
Stephanie Lemelin Sandy

Technical Credits
William Brent Bell Director
Paul Barry Asst. Director
Matt Berenson Producer
Heike Brandstatter Casting
Eric Craig Musical Direction/Supervision
Penny Gibbs Production Manager
Julie Hutchinson Casting
Gary Lucchesi Producer
Coreen Mayrs Casting
Brian McNelis Musical Direction/Supervision
Stacey Menear Screenwriter
Tom Rosenberg Producer
Roy Lee Producer
Kevin Sands Sound Mixer
Jackie Shenoo Associate Producer
James Steuart Art Director
Samantha Thrupp Production Manager
Fay VonSchroeder Makeup
Jim Wedaa Producer
Richard S. Wright Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Boy
1. Scene 1 [5:48]
2. Scene 2 [4:03]
3. Scene 3 [4:12]
4. Scene 4 [4:08]
5. Scene 5 [5:41]
6. Scene 6 [4:01]
7. Scene 7 [4:21]
8. Scene 8 [5:55]
9. Scene 9 [3:25]
10. Scene 10 [:56]
11. Scene 11 [2:30]
12. Scene 12 [6:24]
13. Scene 13 [2:49]
14. Scene 14 [7:05]
15. Scene 15 [4:09]
16. Scene 16 [3:49]
17. Scene 17 [6:28]
18. Scene 18 [3:58]
19. Scene 19 [7:11]
20. Scene 20 [6:15]
21. Scene 21 [4:27]

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The Boy 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
KimHeniadis More than 1 year ago
Going into this film I wasn’t sure what to expect since the advertising for it was vague. The movie does a great job keeping you guessing. Is the doll actually alive, or perhaps an evil spirit is possessing the doll, or my personal favorite, the main character is just going crazy. The house itself plays a character in the film, besides the gorgeous architectural detail, it’s huge and creepy. It lends itself nicely to the question as to what’s going on. Will Greta find details in the attic, or perhaps the burnt part of the house where the son died. Or did she get herself into a Scooby-Doo situation, and the house is filled with secret passages. The parents of Brahms are great characters too, although we don’t see much of them because they leave on vacation shortly after Greta gets there. The mom seems completely crazy, and the father just seems resigned that this is his life. Greta should have known something was up when a mom who is so dedicated to her son to just leave him with an almost stranger. But Greta has issues of her own, and is glad she can just hide out, without having to do much. Greta’s issue comes into play later on, and only adds to the wonderful build-up of tension in this film. At first I was going to give this film four stars, but the more I thought about it, the more I realized I really did like it. There were jump scares that were done very well, the actors were very talented, the tension and music was used wonderfully, and the final reveal (while not shocking), was good.