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This movie scared the daylights out of me....
I've a horror movie buff. So sue me. As long as it is something that I cannot foresee happening in real life, I'll cheer on the gore. Freddy Krueger is not going to kill me in my dreams. If my car breaks down, I will not end up at Rob Zombie's House of a Thousand Corpses. Michael Myers is the name of a brilliant Canadian actor. And, the Candyman is not going to appear in my mirror (I hope).
I took a poll among my friends and we all unanimously agreed that this movie was the scariest we have ever seen. The Candyman and the last episode of Twin Peaks make one never want to look straight into a mirror again!
Tony Todd, who plays the Candyman, does a great job of being one of the creepiest of the horror movie genre villains, that deep voice of his sends chills down your back. Only Clive Barker (and, okay maybe Stephen King) could dream something like this up.
So, don't watch it expecting something spectacular, it's not an Oscar-winning movie, it's just made for cheap thrills, as are a lot of horror movies. Be sure to watch it in the dark, but don't watch it alone....
Canadian Office Space, Only Way Better (and Funnier)...
Anyone who has questioned their life in the office, has to relate to this kind of movie.
This film had me at the opening credits, I knew that if I didn't like the story, at least I would love the way the film was made. However, I loved the movie in total. I expected more from Don McKellar, but that's all right, he and the rest of the characters were unique and well portrayed.