top of page

Wed, Dec 13


Le Mondo

FILM: OMEN presents... CANDYMAN (1992)

It's the 13th again! OMEN's monthly screening & discussion series on horror through a queer lens continues with CANDYMAN (1992), paired with Sumiko Saulson's essay, "Centered and Seen"

Registration is closed
See other events
FILM: OMEN presents... CANDYMAN (1992)
FILM: OMEN presents... CANDYMAN (1992)

Time & Location

Dec 13, 2023, 7:00 PM

Le Mondo, 406 N Howard St, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA

About The Event

Our third installment of IT CAME FROM THE CLOSET!: OMEN presents...CANDYMAN (1992), paired with Sumiko Saulson's essay, Centered and Seen. Join us for drinks and a film screening with short intro. After, we'll continue to hang out and have an informal post-show discussion!

Doors/Bar: 7PM

Screening: 7:30PM

$7 at the door with online RSVP ($10 elsewise!)

This event and all future events could be free to you! How? Become a Le Mondo club member before you get your ticket!  Click for more membership info here.


Candyman is a 1992 horror film written and directed by Bernard Rose. The story, adapted from a Clive Barker short story, follows two Chicago graduate students completing their thesis on urban legends and folklore. Their work leads them to the Cabrini-Green Homes on the north side of Chicago and the legend of the "Candyman", the spirit of an African-American artist and the son of a slave who was murdered in the late 19th century, believed to be haunting the residents of the area. Revolving around themes of class and race in America, Candyman is a modern ghost story that's become a classic of the horror genre. 


Hosted by OMEN and inspired by the collection of essays, It Came From the Closet: Queer Reflections on Horror , the series focuses on horror movies through a queer lens. From  October until March 2024, we'll be screening and discussing a new film  and companion essay on the 13th of every month. More about the series here.

Want to read the essay before the screening? Sign up to recieve  monthly updates from OMEN on the reading + schedule + a discount code on  your own copy of It Came From the Closet: Queer Reflections on Horror, courtesy of Feminist Press. SIGN UP HERE

Share This Event

bottom of page