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This Candyman can’t quite marry its story with its scares, the elements too often occurring in isolation from one another.
Candyman film review
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We Love Cinema
DaCosta cleverly refines and develops Candyman as the expression of rage against racism in the era of Black Lives Matter, a supernaturally weaponised scream against Jim Crow and its aftermath.
No sequel has done more for the Black gaze or for scary stuff in mirrors.
Little White Lies
Nia DaCosta’s reimagining of Bernard Rose’s 1992 film asks interesting questions about race but is let down by an abrupt and unsatisfying ending.
Sight and Sound