The Devil’s Candy interestingly works because it’s a film completely set in reality, with aspects of Satan sprinkled in for taste. This isn’t a possession film, nor is it one in which the protagonist makes a blood oath with Beelzebub, but rather a film set on the study of madness, and how such violent acts can be encouraged through the art of seduction when Satan uses the mad as a tool to commit sin. Its a movie where a struggling painter is possessed by satanic forces after he and his young family move into their dream home in rural Texas.
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