Candyman 3 : Day Of The Dead




Daniel Robitaille was my great,

great grandfather.

He was the son of a slave.

He fell in love

with a white woman.

When they were found out a mob

dragged him into a field and...

sawed off his right hand.

They took honeycomb from a beehive

and covered his body in honey.

A swarm of bees attacked

and killed him.

That is one messed-up way to die.

They say he came back

from the death.

His hand replaced

by a bloody hook.

Call his name 5 times

into a mirror and he appears...

and when he comes,

he'll be the last thing you ever see.

They call him the Candyman.

Come on...

You called his name five times

and nothing happened.

- Right?

- I've never done it.

No sh*t?


- Come on.

- What are you doing?

I guess I'll just

have to prove this to you.

Five times, right?

No, no...

No, no, no, don't do this.

No. It's for your own good.

All right...


All right...


- Ok, I get your point.

- Candyman...


You're right...

He doesn't exist.

- Right...

- It's just a story.

Yes... that's what I've been

trying to tell you.

Now, get your little ass over to the

gallery and get the show over with.

Gosh, I'm late

for my audition.

Seora, seora...

I have some sweets.

Would you like to buy some?

- They're real cheap.

- I don't speak spanish.

Candy, candy, candy, candy...

They're for

the "Day of the Dead".

- How much for one, little boy?

- One dollar.

- Oh, no, thank you. No, I couldn't.

- Go ahead.

A gift from me to you.

Okay. Thank you.

On the "Day of the Dead",

they remind us that death is sweet.


I like to take a bite

out of the death.

"Happy Day of the Dead".

"Sweets to the sweet"!


Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah...

the whole urban myth was based on

this bad boy and I got his paintings.

That's right, homes.

It's authenticated.

Hold on one second. Guys,

that's leaning to the left.

Yeah, yeah, Jeffrey...

listen, I'm talking a killer show,

all right?

Now you're f***ing art-critic.

You're not gonna see anything like this.

Yeah, you'll have an exlusive.

Just get your ass down here, ok?

- You a**hole.

- Hold on one second.

You held out on me, Ruca.

You didn't tell me this was the Candyman.

This is the reason I didn't tell you.

Mickey... you can't do this.

Jeffrey, Jeffrey...

Can I call you back

in about 10 minutes?

All right...


- Now, baby.

- No.

Daniel Robitaille was an artist.

Not some monster with a hook.

- This is unfair. It's bullshit.

- Ok, all right. Take a breath...

- please.

- I want people to know...

Daniel Robitaille as a man...

not some twisted urban myth.

Yeah, I hear you, baby. Guys,

lift up the left side, please.

- Mickey!

- What?

You're turning this show

into exactly what I didn't want.

It's just an angle, baby.

I'll pull the paintings, Mickey.

- I own them.

- All right, look. Let's chill.

Now, I agreed to show the paintings,

but I did it to promote my gallery.

Now, these pieces, they're good, they're

f***ing great. But I need an angle.

I mean, come on.

Saturday is Day of the Dead.

It's "Synergy". You cannot buy

promotion like this.

I make a name for the gallery.

And you get a lot more people

to hear your side of the story. Right?



I'll honor the dead.

Man, that's not straight.

Hold on one second.

Left side, pendejos, left side!

- Like that.

- Yeah, but how do you do that?

- Miguel?

- Yeah, babe.

There's some guys here

to see you.

Aw, sh*t.

What? Who are they?





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Clive Barker

Clive Barker (born 5 October 1952) is an English writer, film director, and visual artist best known for his work in both fantasy and horror fiction. Barker came to prominence in the mid-1980s with a series of short stories, the Books of Blood, which established him as a leading horror writer. He has since written many novels and other works, and his fiction has been adapted into films, notably the Hellraiser and Candyman series. He was the Executive Producer of the film Gods and Monsters. more…

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