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Candyman 3: Day of the Dead [VHS] [Import USA]

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  • Acteurs : Tony Todd, Donna D'Errico, Jsu Garcia, Wade Williams, Alexia Robinson
  • Réalisateurs : Turi Meyer
  • Scénaristes : Turi Meyer, Al Septien, Clive Barker
  • Producteurs : Tony Todd, Al Septien, Robert Lansing Parker, William Stuart
  • Format : Couleur, NTSC, Import
  • Studio : Live / Artisan
  • Date de sortie VHS : 14 décembre 1999
  • Durée : 93 minutes
  • ASIN: 6305622736
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Candyman 3 : le jour des morts (Candyman: Day Of The Dead), 1 DVD, 90 minutes


Caroline McKEEVER, arrière-arrière petite-fille de Daniel ROBITAILLE, alias Candyman, est obsédée par la légende de son ancêtre. Lors d'un vernissage des toiles de son aïeul, elle se laisse convaincre d'appeler cinq fois devant une foule médusée Candyman ! Dernière descendante de la lignée, Caroline doit être l'ultime victime. Ainsi, toutes les destinées s'uniront en une seule destinée, et l'âme de Candyman pourra enfin retrouver la paix... --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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A Far Drop From The First 2, But Could Still Be Much Worse 24 octobre 2004
Par Stephen B. O'Blenis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Taken on its own - without having seen Candyman 1 and 2 - I may well have enjoyed this movie a lot more than I did, because, it's far from garbage; it just never gets close to the bar the others set. It's techically well-made, but lacking on several fronts. My main fault is that the Candyman character's essence seemed to get lost somewhere - previously he was a horrifying but tragic figure, a monster where you can see why he became what he is; whereas here he comes off just evil, not sympathetic or tragic at all, and his prevoiusly poetic lamentations come across weakly, almost whiny at times, which was definately not the case in the first 2 movies. He veers dangerously close to being just 'evil-for-evil's sake', like Freddy Krueger, instead of the way he was. That works well for the "Nightmare On Elm Street" movies; Freddy is Supposed to be a totally evil, unsympathetic fiend without a single redeeming trait in his burned body - that's one of the main things that made the Elm Streets (the best of them, anyway) so excellent and the Freddy character one of the great horror icons. Candyman is a great horror icon too but for entirely different reasons, and it seems to me that kind of got lost in here.

I don't mean to be unnecessarily harsh. "Candyman: Day Of The Dead" certainly has its good points - solid production, some beautiful California scenery (not the least of which is female lead Donna D'Errico), an unnerving and terrific opening sequence, and another fine performance by Candyman Tony Todd, who manages to impress even with significantly weaker material to work with. It was a valiant attempt by the filmmakers (who did better on the movie "Sleepstalker: Last Rites Of the Sandman"), and I guess I'd still recommend this for Candyman fans - some people may enjoy this more than I did - but in my mind it's still a big comedown from what came before. I hope the 4th installment will be a step back up.
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A GOOD ENTRY IN THE SERIES 10 février 2005
Par Justice - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
After the classic Candyman, this is a good sequel. I think this is a much better movie than part 2. Part 2 I have mixed feelings on, it's not a great movie, but with this third entry in the series, I think it a not bad sequel. I'm not claiming it's an amazing film, but it is good. The two leads of Nick Corri and Donna D'Errico were good. I love Nick Corri-very sexy. (He should be remembered for 'A Nightmare On Elm Street' as rod lane).

If your a fan of the series, then this is a must in the collection.
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Something New From a Spooky Series 9 janvier 2000
Par Justin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
I enjoyed the first two films in the "Candyman" series and I was excited to rent the third film (featuring Baywatch babe Donna D'errico). It wasn't at all what I expected and I can't decide if that's a bad or good thing. The plot is kind of dull and simple yet there is some originality in it. The acting wasn't all that great, but the special effects were pretty good. It has a fair amount of violent and lots of gore, but it isn't that scary. That is what makes it different from its prequels. So, I wouldn't recommend you renting this if you want to be scared. Rent it if you want to see something new and different.
6 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Candyman 3: The Day of the Dead (1999) 31 décembre 2005
Par The Tweeder - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Director: Turi Meyer

Cast: Tony Todd, Donna D'Errico, Alexia Robinson, Jsu Garcia, Mark Adair-Rios, Lupe Ontiveros, Elizabeth Guber, Rena Riffel, Ernie Hudson Jr.

Running Time: 93 minutes

Rated R for bloody violence and gore, sexuality and language.

The third in the series derived from a concept by Clive Barker, "Day of the Dead" (they can't even come up with their own subtitle) staggers down the well-trodden path already navigated by the "Halloween" and "Nightmare on Elm Street" movies: that is, taking a decent concept and flushing it down the toilet. The original movie was a near horror masterpiece and relied on atmosphere rather than gore, while the first sequel was bearable if completely routine. This one is just a load of rubbish. Donna D'Errico, from Baywatch (what a spectacle of credibility), stars as Caroline McKeever, the great great granddaughter of the feared Candyman (Tony Todd once again), once a normal man but now an apparition who appears to slaughter everyone around you if you dare to say his name five times in front of a mirror. Caroline says his name five times in front of a mirror and up he pops to murder her nearest and dearest. As the Candyman hacks his way through various bad actors, Caroline teams up with new pal David (Nick Corri) to find a collection of paintings knocked up by the Candyman while he was still alive, which may hold the key to stopping him.

There's not a single thing here that isn't scavenged from the first "Candyman" film and every other ropy horror movie produced since caveman days. The screenplay is so lazy it can't even be bothered to connect half the characters to the plot, the photography is bright and glossy, which is at odds with what's supposed to be a dark story, while nothing in the direction adds any atmosphere at all. Anyone could have directed this movie, so little effort has been put in to make it scary, while the ending is an outrageous cop out. No thought has gone in to developing themes or structuring the plot because no one here is talented enough to give this movie any depth beyond having D'Errico running around in a variety of tight vests. The rest of the performances are poor too, although none are quite as bad as D'Errico's pathetic attempts at screaming and breathing erratically. Surely more can be done with characters like the Candyman than the constant repetition of scenes where he appears to stick his hook through someone's stomach. The fact that the makers of this movie think Candyman is so terrifying that the very sight of him just standing there will strike fear into our hearts is a sign that they just can't be bothered even to try something a bit different. Clive Barker may not be the master of horror as every at first claimed him to be, but he's right about one thing: the sequels to his movies are garbage.
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Very poor 29 septembre 2000
Par Darragh Murray - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
This film was very disapointing end to it's predescessors. In Candyman, the original and it's sequel were written by Clive Barker of whom wrote many classic horror films including Hellraiser but this one was written by an entirely written author.
Anyway, the story continues off in the same fashion. Caroline, the great great grandaughter of Daniel Rubok (aka Candyman) is having some nightmares, nightmares of her relation coming to murder her. That is when she utters his name 5 times.
Candyman has come for her, to claim the last of his bloodline.
Sounds good doesn't it? Or is it what we heard before?
This film was purely made to squeeze whatever was left in the series.
To keep the male audience happy, Caroline is a beautiful blonde bombshell who makes them look.
But the acting is atrocious on her part. Her screams are such a joke and as for the other cast, that speaks for itself. The nudity was totally unnecessary which seemed to mask the true horror of the film. Tony Todd, the Candyman's acting was very much missed in this film. The same storyline exists in this film, and nothing ever changes. Candyman frames his relative with his murders and his classic "Be my victim" still remains but the plot never changes. Also what was missing was the excellent piano score that the previous two had. A sad hypnotic piece it was was replaced by some atrocious music rubbish. Overall an awful film that shouldn't have been produced at all. I rest my case
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