Debate This . . . Candyman vs Nightmare

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Candyman vs A Nightmare on Elm Street


Okay, this movie FREAKED me out. Candyman. Candyman. Candy….okay, I’m stopping there.

Now. I know I’ve mentioned this movie on this blog before. But never in comparison to another CRAZY-SCARY movie….

Nightmare on Elm Street. One, two, Freddy’s coming for you.

Three, four better…..**shudders**

But the question is….which is scarier?

Debate this.

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16 thoughts on “Debate This . . . Candyman vs Nightmare

  1. Nightmare! It’s got everything! Those creepy little kids: “One…Two…Freddy’s coming for you…” And the scariest premise: “If you die in your dreams, you die for real!”

  2. I can’t like Candyman because every time I see the name, I get that crazy song by Sammy Davis Jr in my head and can’t get scared- other than of that song that’s like Chinese water torture. LOL!

  3. OK on one hand we have Candyman…the movie that turned Bloody Mary into an urban legend, literally, and set a horror flick in a place where no one really expected — Cabrini Green.

    On the other hand, we have Elm Street, a movie that can create real-life nightmares which can be horrifying considering that the story is about people that die for real when Freddie murders them in their dreams. It has enough blood and guts to make you cringe, but not enough to make you vomit. It also features a very cute, albeit very young Johnny Depp.

    Nightmare on Elm Street is a legend among modern-day slasher flicks, but if I was at a video store looking for something to watch tonight, I’d pick up Candyman first. (Mostly because I already own NOES on DVD.) 🙂

  4. I can’t even look at the poster of Candyman. LOL. I liked horror flicks in the 80’s but when I saw that movie. I was done. I am so glad I don’t have medicine cabinets in my house. 🙂

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