Somewhere, Candyman is sulking…..possibly even drowning his sorrows in a delicious bottle of Mad Dog 20/20 as he reminisces about the good ol’ days when he actually could have had a successful horror movie franchise. He was a great character. He had a menacing deep (but oh so soothing) voice. He also had a pretty great backstory. And then in 1999, Candyman 3: Day Of The Dead happened and he disappeared like a fart in the wind. But let’s not dwell on the bad times, let’s focus on the good times we had with Candyman!
On this week’s Sunday Bloody Sunday, we’re going back to my high school graduation year of 1995 for a little Candyman: Farewell To The Flesh action. Now overall, I sort of dug this sequel and it had a few pretty memorable scenes. One of them being when Candyman wants to party with Annie in her home and her husband Paul decides he wants in on the fun too! Only problem is that when Candyman parties, he likes to gut people. Sorry, Paul.