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‘The Devil’s Candy’ Trailer Worships the Beast

Indie Horror Films of 2016

We finally have a trailer for The Loved Ones director Sean Byrne’s heavy metal horror film, The Devil’s Candy, which will be releasing in limited theaters and on VOD platforms March 17th via IFC Midnight.

In THE DEVIL’S CANDY, Jesse, a struggling artist, moves with his wife and daughter into their dream house in rural Texas, the price driven down by the property’s dark past. Their lives soon begin to unravel as the demonic forces lurking in the house take hold of the young family. Jesse’s paintings take a satanic turn while the family is plagued by Ray, the deranged son of the former owners. Soon it becomes clear that Jesse and Ray are both being influenced by the same dark forces and that Jesse and his family aren’t safe from its former inhabitants or indeed from the devil himself.

The film, written and directed by Byrne, stars Ethan Embry, Shiri Appleby, Pruitt Taylor Vince and Kiara Glasco. It was produced by Keith Calder and Jessica Calder for Snoot Entertainment LLC (Blair Witch, You’re Next, The Guest).


2017 indie horror



  • Hash-Slinging Slasher

    I am so tired of looking at those promo stills.

  • Excited for this one.

  • poppadoc

    “Wonderfully disturbing.” Got a good feeling about this one. Can’t wait!

  • Otterlee

    Looking forward to this.

  • diapers

    Sounds like TCM mixed up with a possession flick. Cool.

  • Abandoned_Being

    I’m very interested in this.

  • Lady Bathory

    Looks promising! There’s nothing like a haunting occult themed film! 🙂

  • Darren Kerr

    Yep…definitely looking forward to this one

  • Alanmac

    Wow this looks REALLY intense!

  • sliceanddice

    looks interesting. marking this one down again – had slipped my memory.

  • richp_91

    I’m excited to see this! I’ve been WAITING for a trailer. And the Lord blessed us with one! LOL

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  • Already seen it two years ago at a festival. Compared to “The Loved Ones”, this was huge disappointmenr, especially the ending which is probably the dumbest ending in history.

    • chancellor

      Disappointing to hear. The Loved Ones is one of my contemporary favorites, and I was hoping for great things with this movie. Still going to check it out, but thanks for tempering expectations.

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