‘Candyman’ Tops Redbox Disc Rentals, ‘Jungle Cruise’ Leads on Digital List

Universal Pictures’ Candyman relaunch debuted at No. 1 on Redbox’s disc rental chart and was No. 2 on the Redbox on Demand chart the week ended Nov. 21.

The sequel to the 1992 film of the same name stars Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as an artist who explores the macabre history of Candyman at the expense of his sanity. It earned $61.2 million at the domestic box office.

The No. 1 title on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions, was Disney’s Jungle Cruise, the adventure film based on the Disneyland ride of the same name.

The top disc rental the previous two weeks, Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ Free Guy, dropped to No. 2 on the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks. Free Guy also dropped to No. 3 on the digital chart after occupying the top spot there for five weeks.

Universal Pictures’ Stillwater remained No. 3 on the disc rental chart but slid a spot to No. 6 on the digital chart.

The No. 4 disc rental was RLJ Entertainment’s Prisoners of Ghostland. The film stars Nicolas Cage as a ruthless bank robber sprung from jail by a wealthy warlord whose adopted granddaughter is missing. Strapped into a leather suit that will self destruct in five days, the bandit sets off to find the missing girl.

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Rounding out the top five disc rentals was Warner’s Reminiscence.

Universal Pictures’ Old slipped to No. 4 on the digital chart and No. 6 on the disc chart.

The No. 5 digital title was Warner’s The Suicide Squad, which was No. 7 on the disc chart.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Nov. 21:

  1. Candyman (2021) — Universal
  2. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  3. Stillwater — Universal
  4. Prisoners of the Ghostland — RLJ
  5. Reminiscence — Warner
  6. Old — Universal
  7. The Suicide Squad — Warner
  8. Don’t Breathe 2 — Sony Pictures
  9. Respect — Universal
  10. Paw Patrol: The Movie — Paramount

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Nov. 21:

  1. Jungle Cruise — Disney
  2. Candyman (2021) — Universal
  3. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  4. Old — Universal
  5. The Suicide Squad — Warner
  6. Stillwater — Universal
  7. Don’t Breathe 2 — Sony Pictures
  8. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  9. Respect — MGM
  10. No Time to Die — MGM

 

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Nov. 16 Titles New to DVD and Blu-ray Include ‘Jungle Cruise,’ ‘Candyman’

Nov. 16 sees the Blu-ray Disc and DVD debuts of such films as Disney’s Jungle Cruise and Universal’s Candyman relaunch.

Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution makes Jungle Cruise available on Blu-ray Disc, DVD and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release Nov. 16. Based on the classic Disneyland ride, the film stars Dwayne Johnson as Frank, the skipper of an Amazon River tour boat, who is recruited by explorer Lily Houghton (Emily Blunt) who seeks an ancient tree with mythical healing abilities. The cast also includes Edgar Ramírez, Jack Whitehall, Jesse Plemons, Paul Giamatti and Veronica Falcón. Read a review here.

The horror sequel Candyman becomes available on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray Disc and DVD Nov. 16 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment with a never-before-seen alternate ending and over an hour of bonus content, including a roundtable discussion on the impact of black horror. Directed by Nia DaCosta, the film is a direct sequel to the 1992 film of the same name. The cast includes Vanessa Williams, Virginia Madsen and Tony Todd, reprising their roles from the original film. New cast members include Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Teyonah Parris, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Colman Domingo and Kyle Kaminsky. The film is set in the same Chicago housing project as the original film and takes place 27 years later.  A visual artist (Abdul-Mateen II) begins to explore the macabre history of Candyman, not knowing it would unravel his sanity and unleash a terrifying wave of violence that puts him on a collision course with destiny.

Disney-owned Searchlight Pictures’ biopic The Eyes of Tammy Faye becomes available on Blu-ray and DVD Nov. 16. The Eyes of Tammy Faye is an intimate look at the rise, fall and redemption of televangelist Tammy Faye Bakker (Jessica Chastain). In the 1970s and ’80s, Tammy Faye and Jim Bakker (Andrew Garfield) built a burgeoning religious broadcasting network and theme park — until rivals, financial wrongdoing and scandal toppled their empire.

Never Back Down: Revolt, the fourth and newest entry in Sony Pictures Home Entertainment’s MMA franchise, will be released through digital retailers and on DVD and Blu-ray Disc Nov. 16. The film revolves around an amateur fighter (Olivia Popica) who is recruited by a trafficking syndicate specializing in elite underground fighting, where her brutal captor (Michael Bisping) forces her to fight or face certain death.

AMC Networks’ RLJE Films releases Kevin Can F**K Himself: Season 1 on Blu-ray Disc and DVD Nov. 16. The dark comedy series stars Emmy winner Annie Murphy of “Schitt’s Creek” as Allison McRoberts, a prototypical sitcom wife married to Kevin (Eric Petersen), her self-centered husband. When she learns that the perfect future she envisioned is impossible, she teams up with her neighbor Patty (Mary Hollis Inboden) as she attempts to escape her confines and take control of her life. Allison’s life with Kevin is presented in a sitcom format with corny jokes and canned laughter. But when she leaves the scene, her life is presented as a darkly lit drama. The cast also includes Alex Bonifer, Brian Howe and Raymond Lee. The show was created by Valerie Armstrong and was directed by Oz Rodriguez for the first two episodes and by Anna Dokoza for the rest. Season one of “Kevin Can F**K Himself” originally aired on AMC Networks in June 2021, with a second season coming in 2022 on AMC and AMC+.

The children’s title Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures: Season 1 releases on DVD and digitally Nov. 16 from NCircle Entertainment and Distribution Solutions. Viewers peek into the everyday life of Barbie in this animated series and join her as she embarks on adventures with her family and friends — including Ken. From fun road trips to sister shenanigans, Barbie discovers that with a little bit of help and a whole lot of laughter you can be anything. The series features the voice of America Day as Barbie and Kirsten Day as Skipper.

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Nov. 16 releases the coming-of-age comedy Our Ladies through digital retailers as well as on DVD and Blu-ray Disc. Our Ladies is set in 1990s Scotland. A group of Catholic school girls get an opportunity to go into Edinburgh for a choir competition, but they’re more interested in drinking, partying and hooking up than winning the competition.

The documentary The Lost Leonardo releases digitally and on Blu-ray and DVD Nov. 16 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The film is the inside story behind the Salvator Mundi, the most expensive painting ever sold at $450 million. From the moment the painting is bought for $1,175 at a shady New Orleans auction house and the restorer discovers masterful Renaissance brushstrokes under the heavy varnish of its cheap restoration, the Salvator Mundi’s fate is determined by an insatiable quest for fame, money and power. As its price soars, so do questions about its authenticity: is this painting really by Leonardo da Vinci?

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The Middle-Earth Ultimate Collector’s Edition, timed to the 20th anniversary of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, arrives on 4K Ultra HD Nov. 16 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. The 31-disc collection of Peter Jackson’s Middle-earth saga contains new special features along with the theatrical and extended versions of the six films from New Line Cinema and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures — The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies as well as The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, which won Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay. It comes in “Puzzle Box” packaging and includes a 64-page booklet featuring costumes, photography and production notes from the film, and art cards featuring travel posters and images from iconic locations throughout Middle-Earth including The Shire, Lake-Town, Erebor, Anduin, Rohan, Minas Trith and Rivendell. Also included are the original Cannes Film Festival presentation reel, and footage from the recent Alamo Drafthouse cast reunion, featuring director Peter Jackson along with cast members Sean Astin, Cate Blanchett, Orlando Bloom, Billy Boyd, Ian McKellan, Dominic Monaghan, Viggo Mortenson, Andy Serkis, Liv Tyler and Elijah Wood.

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases two “Mad Max” movies and a franchise boxed set on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc and Digital HD Nov. 16. This marks the 4K debuts for the first two sequels in the franchise, 1981’s The Road Warrior and 1985’s Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. The original 1979 Mad Max was released on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray by Kino Lorber in November 2020. The fourth film, 2015’s Mad Max Fury Road, has been available on 4K since 2016. Created by George Miller and Byron Kennedy, the “Mad Max” franchise focuses on the character of Max Rockatansky, a drifter in a post-apocalyptic world. Miller directed or co-directed all four films. Mel Gibson starred as Max in the first three films and Tom Hardy took over the lead role in the fourth film. The Mad Max Anthology 4K UHD release, along with the 4K UHD releases of The Road Warrior and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, are from scans of the original camera negatives. The 4K UHD remasters were supervised by the mastering team at Motion Picture Imaging. The 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs of Road Warrior, Beyond Thunderdome and Fury Road feature a Dolby Atmos soundtrack.

National Velvet arrives on Blu-ray Nov. 16 from Warner Archives with a new 4K scan from the original Technicolor negatives. The 1944 film stars a 12-year-old Elizabeth Taylor in her first major role as Velvet Brown, a wide-eyed adolescent who, assisted by her jockey pal (Mickey Rooney), trains Pie, a horse she won in a raffle, for the Grand National Steeplechase. She then poses as a boy to ride in the race. MGM was so impressed with their young new star’s work on the film that the studio gave the horse to Taylor after filming completed. Directed by Clarence Brown, National Velvet won two Oscars — Best Film Editing, and Best Supporting Actress for Anne Revere as Velvet’s mother. The cast also includes Donald Crisp and a young Angela Lansbury and veteran. The Blu-ray includes mono audio and the film’s theatrical trailer.

Warner Archives Nov. 16 also releases on Blu-ray 1958’s Some Came Running, featuring a new 4K scan of the original camera negative. After a round of partying he can’t remember, World War II veteran Dave Hirsh (Frank Sinatra) finds himself on a bus to his hometown of Parkman, Indiana, which he hasn’t visited in more than a decade. His arrival brings small-town hypocrisy to the unforgiving light of day in this character-driven tale directed by Vincente Minnelli and based on a novel by James Jones (whose From Here to Eternity led to Sinatra’s 1953 Oscar). In his first screen pairing with Sinatra, Dean Martin plays a sharp-witted card sharp. And Shirley MacLaine earned one of the movie’s five Academy Award nominations as the good-hearted floozy with a potentially fatal attraction to Hirsh. The Blu-ray includes a 2.35:1 letterbox presentation with mono audio, the film’s original theatrical trailer in HD, and the featurette “The Story of Some Came Running.”

“Ultraman Dyna,” the second series in the three-part “Ultraman” collection, is being released in a six-disc DVD collection Nov. 16 from Mill Creek Entertainment.The series includes Japanese audio with English subtitles and a full episode guide. “Ultraman Dyna” features 51 episodes from season one and two specials “Ultraman Tiga” and “Ultraman Dyna: Warriors of the Star of Light,” and “Ultraman Dyna: Return of Hanejiro.” The series showcases the events seven years after “Ultraman Tiga,” where humanity has embarked on the Neo Frontier project of building settlements throughout the solar system. When a massive insect-like monster attacks the Martian village without warning, a colossal Tiga-like humanoid appears to fight the monster. Ultraman Dyna is the new warrior, a being of light born after a light joined with Agent Asuka of the Super GUTS Team, to wage war against the marauding aliens and monsters that threaten humanity. Tiga and Dyna would eventually team up in the theatrical movie Warriors of the Star of Light.

The original two “Evil Dead” films, as well as the three-season “Ash vs. Evil Dead” series are being released in The Evil Dead Groovy Collection Nov. 16 on 4K Ultra HD plus Blu-ray plus digital from Lionsgate. Wisecracking ladies’ man Ash Williams (Bruce Campbell, Army of Darkness, Bubba Ho-Tep, TV’s “The Last Kids on Earth”) is reborn as a slayer of Deadites in The Evil Dead (4K plus Blu-ray) after a vacation in the country is ruined by the reading of an ancient demon-summoning text. In Evil Dead II (4K plus Blu-ray), a chainsaw-armed Ash is pushed to the brink of madness by unhinged evil yet again, while the series “Ash vs. Evil Dead” (Blu-ray) follows an older, grayer Ash over three seasons as he reckons with his bloody past in the face of a Deadite plague.

Director Milos Forman’s epic Ragtime arrives for its 40th anniversary in a limited-edition two-disc Blu-ray as part of the Paramount Presents line on Nov. 16 from Paramount Home Entertainment. Based on E.L. Doctorow’s best-selling novel, Ragtime tells the story of disparate characters in New York City in the early 1900s. From the emerging New York suburb of New Rochelle to the flashy spectacle of Atlantic City, a family faces racial tensions, scandals and violence that will test everything they believe in. With music by Randy Newman, the film stars James Cagney, Brad Dourif, Moses Gunn, Elizabeth McGovern, Kenneth McMillan, Pat O’Brien, Donald O’Connor, James Olson, Mandy Patinkin, Howard E. Rollins, Jr., Mary Steenburgen, Debbie Allen, Jeff Daniels, Fran Drescher, Samuel L. Jackson, Norman Mailer and John Ratzenberger.

Director Cameron Crowe’s Vanilla Sky arrives on Blu-ray as part of the “Paramount Presents” line on Nov. 16 from Paramount Home Entertainment. Starring Tom Cruise, Penélope Cruz and Cameron Diaz and written for the screen and directed by Crowe, the film was newly remastered from a new 4K film transfer under his Crowe’s supervision. Originally released on Dec. 14, 2001, Vanilla Sky follows a self-indulgent and vain publishing magnate (Cruise) who finds his privileged life upended after a vehicular accident.

To celebrate the film’s 75th anniversary, Paramount Home Entertainment releases director Frank Capra’s timeless classic It’s a Wonderful Life Nov. 16 in a collectible, limited-edition two-disc Blu-ray. Named the No. 1 most inspiring film of all time by the American Film Institute, the film stars James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, Thomas Mitchell and Henry Travers. In the film, an angel is sent from Heaven to help a desperately frustrated businessman by showing him what life would have been like if he had never existed. The Blu-ray set includes a colorized version of the film in high definition as well as the original, digitally remastered black-and-white movie in high definition, and access to a digital copy of the film.  The set also includes 10 collectible recipe cards from Insight Editions’ “It’s a Wonderful Life: The Official Bailey Family Cookbook” with cuisine inspired by the film.

The animated action adventure Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001) comes to 4K Ultra HD for its 20th anniversary Nov. 16 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. In the film, the year is 2065, and a meteor has crashed onto Earth unleashing millions of alien creatures who roam around decimating field and city alike, threatening to extinguish life itself. The film features the voices of Alec Baldwin and Steve Buscemi.

The horror films Maniac Cop 2 and Maniac Cop 3 are being released on 4K Ultra HD Nov. 16 from Blue Underground and MVD Entertainment Group.

Best Buy Nov. 16 releases an exclusive Steelbook edition of director Akira Kurosawa’s Ran on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, from Lionsgate. Kurosawa’s (Rashomon, Seven Samurai) samurai epic blends King Lear, 16th century feudal Japan, and his own notions of loyalty and honor to tell the story of aging Lord Hidetora, whose decision to bequeath his kingdom to his three sons sparks a power struggle that leads to chaos and madness.

Lionsgate also releases the family drama Wonder in a Target exclusive Blu-ray Steelbook Nov. 16. Based on the best-selling novel of the same name, Wonder follows the story of the Pullman family, whose youngest child, Auggie, is a boy born with a facial deformity, a combination of Treacher Collins syndrome and a hemifacial microsomia. When Auggie enters mainstream elementary school for the first time, his extraordinary journey in the fifth grade at Beecher Prep unites his family, his school and his community.

The Many Saints of Newark arrives for premium digital ownership and premium digital rental Nov. 19 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. The film, about the origins of Tony Soprano of the series “The Sopranos,” is directed by Alan Taylor (TV’s “Game of Thrones,” TV’s “Mad Men”) from a screenplay by series creator David Chase and Lawrence Konner, based on characters created by Chase. It stars Alessandro Nivola (Disobedience, American Hustle), Tony winner Leslie Odom Jr. (Broadway’s “Hamilton,” Murder on the Orient Express), Jon Bernthal (Baby Driver, The Wolf of Wall Street), Corey Stoll (First Man, Ant-Man), Michael Gandolfini (TV’s “The Deuce”), Billy Magnussen (Game Night, The Big Short), Michela De Rossi (Boys Cry, TV’s “The Rats”), John Magaro (The Finest Hours, Not Fade Away), Ray Liotta (TV’s “Shades of Blue,” Goodfellas) and Vera Farmiga (Up in the Air, “The Conjuring” films). In the film, young Anthony Soprano (Michael Gandolfini) is growing up in one of the most tumultuous eras in Newark’s history, becoming a man just as rival gangsters begin to rise up and challenge the all-powerful DiMeo crime family’s hold over the increasingly race-torn city. Caught up in the changing times is the uncle he idolizes, Dickie Moltisanti (Nivola), who struggles to manage both his professional and personal responsibilities — and whose influence over his nephew will help make the impressionable teenager into the all-powerful mob boss we’ll later come to know: Tony Soprano. The film will be available on Blu-ray Disc, DVD and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray on Dec. 21.

A complete list of new disc and digital releases, compiled each week by the Media Play News market research team, can be found here.

‘Candyman’ Horror Film Due on Digital Nov. 2, Disc Nov. 16

The horror sequel Candyman will be released for home audiences in November by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment with a never-before-seen alternate ending and over an hour of bonus content, including a roundtable discussion on the impact of black horror.

The film will be released through digital retailers on Nov. 2 and become available on DVD, Blu-ray Disc and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray two weeks later, on Nov. 16.

Candyman was released in U.S. theaters in August, more than a year after its originally scheduled release in June 2020. The date was postponed three times due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The film wound up grossing more than $61 million in U.S. theaters.

Directed by Nia DaCosta, the film is a direct sequel to the 1992 film of the same name. The cast includes Vanessa Williams, Virginia Madsen and Tony Todd, reprising their roles from the original film. New cast members include Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Teyonah Parris, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Colman Domingo and Kyle Kaminsky.

The film is set in the same Chicago housing project as the original film and takes place 27 years later.  A visual artist (Abdul-Mateen II) begins to explore the macabre history of Candyman, not knowing it would unravel his sanity and unleash a terrifying wave of violence that puts him on a collision course with destiny.

Bonus features include:

    • Alternate ending;
    • Deleted and extended scenes;
    • “Say My Name,” a featurette in which filmmakers and cast discuss how the horror at the center of Candyman is both timely and timeless;
    • “Body Horror,” an exploration of director DaCosta’s influences in the subgenre of body horror, and what Anthony’s physical transformation means to the story;
    • “The Filmmaker’s Eye: Nia DaCosta,” which takes a closer look at the director;
    • “Painting Chaos,” in which filmmakers reveal how  Anthony’s artwork evolves throughout the film and how they strived for authenticity in recreating Chicago’s vibrant art scene;
    • “The Art of Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe,” in which the composer reveals some of the unconventional methodology he used to create the unique and haunting soundscapes sounds of the film;
    • “Terror in the Shadows,” a  behind-the-scenes look at how the analogue shadow puppetry scenes were created and an unpacking of why this ancient artistic medium was the most conceptually relevant for depicting the legends’ cycle of violence; and
    • “Candyman: The Impact of Black Horror,” a roundtable discussion moderated by Colman Domingo about the relationship black Americans have with Candyman, the horror genre and the overall idea of monsters and victims.

‘Candyman’ Doesn’t Disappoint, Topping Weekend Box Office

Universal Pictures’ horror movie Candyman finished atop the weekend box office, besting projections of less than $20 million with $22.4 million in ticket sales across 3,569 North American screens through Aug. 29. The drama, which had an 85% approval score on Rotten Tomatoes, has generated more than $27 million in worldwide ticket sales on a reported $25 million production budget.

A follow-up to the 1992 original Candyman, the film was directed by Nia DaCosta and features Yahya Abdul-Mateen II heading a largely black ensemble cast. The new Candyman supplanted Disney/20th Century Studios’ Free Guy, which earned $13.5 million across 3,940 screens. The Ryan Reynolds action comedy has realized $78 million in revenue in three weeks (more than $179 million globally).

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Paramount Pictures’ Paw Patrol: The Movie finished in the No. 3 spot with $6.6 million, generating $24 million in North American ticket sales.

It remains to be seen if Universal will release Candyman into homes on PVOD within 17 days of release, as part of the studio’s agreement with major exhibitors for movies that generate less than $50 million in their opening box office weekend.

Regardless, the weekend box office undercut the previous two-month low of $59 million by 1.3% at $58.3 million. Other releases included Disney’s Jungle Cruise with $5 million ($100 million); Screen Gems’ Don’t Breathe 2 with $2.83 million ($24.5 million); MGM’s Respect with $2.1 million ($19.6 million); Warner Bros.’ The Suicide Squad at $2 million ($52.8 million); Lionsgate’s The Protege with $1.65 million ($5.7 million); Searchlight Pictures’ The Night House with $1.21 million ($5.7 million); and Disney/Marvel Studios’ Black Widow with $855,000 ($181.5 million).

‘Candyman’ Looking to Supplant ‘Free Guy’ Atop Weekend Box Office

With positive reviews, strong social media buzz and a star producer, Universal Pictures’ horror sequel Candyman is looking to knock off Disney/20th Century Studios’ Free Guy from atop the domestic weekend box office through Aug. 29.

The “spiritual sequel” to the 1992 original Candyman, the new movie’s trailer on social media platforms (i.e. YouTube) has reportedly generated more than 60 million views. With a largely black ensemble cast and female director (Nia DaCosta, who is helming Captain Marvel sequel The Marvels), the movie’s marketing ace in the hole is producer Jordan Peele, whose resumé includes box office and critical hits Get Out and Us, among others.

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The title joins a heavy horror-themed 2021 release slate that includes movies such as Lionsgate’s Spiral: From the Book of Saw; The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (Warner Bros.); The Forever Purge and Old (both Universal); and Escape Room: Tournament of Champions and Don’t Breathe 2 (Sony Pictures, Screen Gems).

Also impacting Candyman’s box office (reportedly to range from $16 million to $26 million), as well as other theatrical titles, is the ongoing pandemic, increasing Delta variant infections, and the fact Universal will release the movie in homes on premium VOD after 17 days if the first-week box office falls below $50 million.

Meanwhile, Ryan Reynolds’ boyish charm continues to propel action comedy Free Guy, which has generated more than $117 million at the worldwide box office, including $64 million domestically. The movie has topped the domestic box office since its Aug. 11 release.

Other box office returners include Paramount Pictures’ Paw Patrol: The Movie; Disney’s The Jungle Cruise; MGM’s Aretha Franklin biopic Respect; Warner’s The Suicide Squad; Lionsgate’s The Protégé; opening weekend disappointment Reminiscence (Warner); and The Night House (Searchlight Pictures).

Scream Factory Sets ‘Candyman’ Collector’s Edition Blu-ray for Nov. 20

Shout! Factory will release a two-disc Blu-ray collector’s edition of 1992 cult hit Candyman Nov. 20 through the indie distributor’s Scream Factory horror imprint.

The thriller follows a graduate student (Virginia Madsen ) whose research summons a legendary spirit (Tony Todd) who haunts a notorious housing project. Written and directed by Bernard Rose, executive produced by Clive Barker, and with music by Philip Glass, Candyman also stars Xander Berkeley and Kasi Lemmon.

The Blu-ray set includes both the theatrical and unrated cuts of the film, with a new 2K restoration from a 4K scan of the original negative. The new scenes for the uncut version are high-definition inserts sourced from an archival film print.

New bonus material with the theatrical cut includes audio commentary with Rose and Todd, and another commentary with authors and horror experts Stephen Jones and Kim Newman. The theatrical cut also includes two previously released commentaries.

Additional new extras include the featurette “A Story to Tell: Clive Barker’s ‘The Forbidden,’” with writer Douglas E. Winter discussing Clive Barker’s seminal Books of Blood and Candyman’s source story, “The Forbidden”; and “Urban Legend: Unwrapping Candyman,” a critical analysis of the film with writers Tananarive Due and Steven Barnes.

The Blu-ray also includes new interviews with Todd, Madsen, actors Kasi Lemmons and DeJuan Guy, production designer Jane Ann Stewart, and the film’s makeup artists.

Legacy extras include “Sweets to the Sweet: The Candyman Mythos” featuring filmmaker and cast interviews; 2014 interviews with Barker and Todd; storyboards; and promotional material. The Blu-ray also includes a BD-ROM screenplay.