Say his name five times in a mirror, and you’re going to have a bad time. Nia DaCosta
,” the sequel/update to Bernard Rose
‘s 1992 modern horror classic, finally hits theaters at the end of the summer after being delayed three times thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic. With a script co-written by horror maestro Jordan Peele
and frequent Peele collaborator Win Rosenfeld
, DaCosta’s film may end up being the summer’s big horror film over the likes of “Old
” and “A Quiet Place: Part II.”
Read More: Director Nia DaCosta cites ‘The Fly
’ & ‘Rosemary’s Baby
’ As Her ‘Candyman
Based on the short story “The Forbidden” by Clive Barker
, Rose’s “Candyman
” followed a graduate student as her research on urban legends unearthed the violent and tragic secret history of Chicago’s Cabrini-Green neighborhood.
Continue reading New ‘Candyman
’ Trailer: Dare To Say His Name This August at The Playlist.