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"The Devil's Candy" Is The Most Metal Movie Of 2017

Metal fans who dig horror movies take note: this is seriously the most metal movie you are going to see this year. Although originally released in 2015, "The Devil's Candy" wasn't available in America until yesterday and is out now via all the various VOD platforms.

From the same director as the utterly demented (in a very good way) "The Loved Ones," this follow-up flick from Sean Byrne features a metalhead dad and daughter caught in a very bad situation when the family buys a house with a nefarious past.

Heavy metal is essentially its own character in the film, and you'll see all kinds of nods to bands from Sunn O))) to Isis and of course the more well known like Metallica and Ghost.

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1. Mr. Chicken writes:

been waiting for this, it's on VOD and a few theaters. funny thing is that the VOD listing says it's from 2015.

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2. Blindgreed1 writes:

I'm down. Thanks for posting this up xFiruath.

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3. Drum_Junkie writes:

Amazing... A metal horror movie without Sherry Moon. That's already a step up.

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4. hellrat writes:

^haha, classic...good to know I aint the only one that finds that chick and her goofy hubby more than slightly annoying :)

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