The Candyman is back, trying to convince his descendent, an artist, to join him.

Director:

Turi Meyer

Writers:

Clive Barker (based upon characters created by), Alfredo Septién (as Al Septien) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tony Todd ... The Candyman / Daniel Robitaille
Donna D'Errico ... Caroline McKeever
Jsu Garcia ... David de la Paz (as Nick Corri)
Wade Williams ... Samuel Kraft (as Wade Andrew Williams)
Alexia Robinson ... Tamara
Lupe Ontiveros ... Abuela
Mark Adair-Rios ... Miguel Velasco
Ernie Hudson Jr. Ernie Hudson Jr. ... Jamal Matthews
Leonardo Guerra Leonardo Guerra ... Little Boy
Mike Moroff ... Tino
Robert O'Reilly ... L.V. Sacco
Chris Van Dahl Chris Van Dahl ... Dante
Rena Riffel ... Lina
Laura Mazur Laura Mazur ... Caroline Sullivan
Elizabeth Guber Elizabeth Guber ... Jamie Gold
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Storyline

The Candyman returns to try to convince his female descendent, an artist, to join him as a legendary figure. To this end, he frames her for a series of hideous murders of her friends and associates so that she has nowhere else to turn to. Written by <crow_steve@hotmail.com>

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Blood is sharper than the blade

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Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for bloody violence and gore, sexuality and language | See all certifications »

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Trivia

Jsu Garcia's second slasher film after A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984). See more »

Goofs

It's against police procedure for detectives with no security barricade to transport prisoners. They would radio for a standard squad car to transport her. See more »

Quotes

L.V. Sacco: [over the phone] What's the matter, didn't she like the roses?
Samuel Kraft: [secretly dumps said roses out onto the street] You go to hell Sacco
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Connections

Follows Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (1995) See more »

Soundtracks

Bourree
Written by Johann Sebastian Bach
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better than expected
13 July 1999 | by KrowbOySee all my reviews

First off this had a couple of things going against it(no philip glass score, not released theatrically, baywatch babe in lead role) but it is a pretty good movie. Sure Donna D'Errico just stands around and screams terribly when she should be running for the doors but she holds up in SOME scenes. The movie's score is at first crappy for a candyman movie(it sounds like a rap beat or something) but when candyman appears in the subway its all good. Other characters are kinda underwritten and some of the movie is a little bit to much the same as the first but the writer and director try to merge the best of the first two and for the most part do a good job but it's a nicely edited and well photographed movie that should hold up for fans of the first 2.....it's a movie that is well made and is more theatrical than direct-to-video.....nice n gory too.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Spanish

Release Date:

27 January 2000 (Argentina) See more »

Also Known As:

Candyman 3 See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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