Candyman (1992) Bernard Rose

Candyman (1992)
Genre: Horror
Country: USA | Director: Bernard Rose
Language: English | Subtitles: English (Optional, embedded in  Mkv file)
Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1 | Length: 99mn
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Helen Lyle is a student who decides to write a thesis about local legends and myths. She visits a part of the town, where she learns about the legend of the Candyman, a one-armed man who appears when you say his name five times, in front of a mirror. Of course, Helen doesn't believe all this stuff, but the people of the area are really afraid. When she ignores their warnings and begins her investigation in the places that he is rumored to appear, a series of horrible murders begins. Could the legend be true? 

A strong contender for the title of best horror film of the 1990's, Bernard Rose's "Candyman" is a very faithful (and therefore truly scary) adaptation of Clive Barker's skin crawling short story. This film features a very rare and successful combination of both creepy atmosphere and visual ingeniousness. Whereas most movies (especially during the 90's) can hardly focus on any of these essential horror elements, Bernard Rose masterfully succeeds in stuffing his film with genuine tension as well as shocking gore-images.

The script is intelligent and always several steps ahead of you, the eerie musical guidance is brilliant and the make-up effects are fantastically gruesome. Tony Todd is ideally cast as the bogeyman, with his strong posture and – above all – incredibly frightening voice. The legend behind his character is staggering and it's beautiful to see how director Rose plays with the realism and surrealism of Barker's basic idea. And don't forget, the Candyman CAN…rip you to pieces! 
 Candyman (1992)

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1 Response to "Candyman (1992) Bernard Rose"

  1. jjr4 says:

    thank you so much, looking forward to watch this great francise films again

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