" The Corona epidemic has closed cinemas and other cultural institutions nationwide and in our collective hunger for art and culture, many Danes has turned to the streaming services. Sites like Netflix, HBO and Viaplay are experiencing great success and are seeing a great boom in costumers. But there is a dark side. Several experts have said that the costumers’ great consumption at the moment can mean that the streaming services run out of high-quality content in the future and thereby lose their appeal. Many productions are on hold and therefor the streaming services themselves can’t put up new original content. Even though it looks like the streaming services are benefitting from the crises, their success can easily become their demise. "
" A good horror film can stick with you for days, and mental images can sometimes haunt people for years. That why it’s always exiting when a classic gets new life. The original ‘Candyman’ movie premiered in 1992, and although two sequels came out afterwards, the new ‘Candyman’ will be a direct follow up to the first movie, even though it does contain some references to the other two movies. The new movie is directed by Nia DeCosta, who has previously made ‘Little Woods’ from 2019. She has said that the movie will be influenced by social issues especially gentrification and the ghosts such a process leaves behind. ‘Candyman’ will premiere in Danish cinemas on the 25th of June. "