Yea actually, finally got around to an american werewolf in london, I've always been a sucker for werewolf movies, but had basically skipped this one over, I enjoyed it a lot, but there was a ton i felt like i missed on first viewing, I'd say my major criticism of the film is the weird ending, I'm conflicting with the idea that it gives the audience no closure and feels to abrupt, but also the idea that it's comically subverting audience expectations by cutting from the culmination of the movies build up swiftingly into a super upbeat song, leaves me some stuff to think about.
I'm also not really a fan of werewolve movies. So I still gotta watch that one as well.
Shame on me, but I never saw the Candyman triliogy. Now that I saw them they were pretty sick. I especially love the second one, maybe an unpopular opinion, but that movie just gave a little bit more backstory about Candyman.