Six Degrees of Separation
The story of a young, gay black con artist who, posing as the son of Sidney Poitier, cunningly maneuvers his way into the lives of a white, upper-class New York family.
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Timothy S (ru) wrote: Very few times are horror fans treated with the respect that is afforded "Candyman," a wonderfully scary and exquisitely photographed picture the likes of which we haven't seen since "The Silence of the Lambs." It comes from the terrifically twisted mind of British author Clive Barker, and never before or never since has his literary vision be so well transcribed to the silver screen. Bernard Rose was an unusual choice to helm the movie, but he brings a touch of class to the proceedings without ever leveling off on the terror or the blood. This is a truly frightening movie, one that sticks with you long after you leave the theater. The urban legend angle pulls the viewer in, and the film refuses to be just another grisly slasher film.You never really know if the Candyman is real or just a figment of Virginia Madsen's broken psyche and that adds layers to this that you wouldn't find in most films of this nature. It culminates in one of the most shocking yet clever horror film endings in recent memory, just one more shining example of why this is so much better than we're accustomed to.The legend behind the myth is fascinating, but the cold, harsh reality of actually filming this in Chicago's Cabrini Green housing project grounds the movie and makes it feel so very real. Rose was wise to enlist the amazing talents of composer Philip Glass to give the film one of the most memorable but haunting scores in the history of horror cinema.For these many reasons, "Candyman" remains one of the scariest and most memorable films of its time. It's a movie, and a character, for the ages and remains as timeless today as ever.
Allan C (gb) wrote: This one is only worth watching for monster truck revenge camp value. And as good as that sounds, it's not all that fun. I do enjoy a good hick flick exploitation film ("White Lightning", "Thunder Road", "Walking Tall", etc), but this one is far from a classic. Still, I think it is the only revenge by monster truck film I can recall.