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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

31 Days of Halloween: October 2- The Devil's Candy (2015)

Posted By on Wed, Oct 11, 2017 at 9:05 PM


Hey! I'm watching a horror movie a day for the month of October. I'm gonna try and only watch ones I haven't seen, but sometimes there just aren't enough hours in the day. They will at least be ones I think more people should watch that aren't high on the list of most non-horror movie fanatic's radars.



The Devil's Candy (2015)

If you like your horror with a little bit of metal, then your search has come to an end. "The Devil's Candy" follows a struggling painter (Jesse, played by Ethan 'Empire Records' Embry) and his family move into a new house with a dark past. Soon after they move in, Jesse starts hearing voices and the family starts getting visits from the previous tenant, a creepy round man played by the perfectly cast Pruitt Taylor Vince.

The film is perfect for those who are a bit squeamish since it never becomes unbearable dark and always manages to stay fun and extremely fast paced. Director Sean Byrne is also responsible for "The Loved Ones," another classic little horror flick. This might not scare you, but you'll certainly have a blast.

Available on Netflix

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