There’s a fresh villain in Cabrini-Green. It ’s the villain. He’s only got a different appearance. DaCosta’s film, made by Jordan Peele and dubbed a “religious sequel” into the initial one, occurs from the Chicago neighborhood once known as Cabrini-Green, which has been altered by gentrification since first appearing at Rose’s movie. So if the newest Candyman — that the son of a servant who was killed in the 1800s by a lynch mob with a relationship with a white girl — remains stalking the older area, does that mean he will be terrorizing a lot of trendy white folks this time around instead of a poor black community? Beware the man with the hook for a hand while you’everyone, re out searching for one artisan toasts!