Children Of The Corn

Children Of The Corn


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A young couple (Linda Hamilton, "Terminator 2", and Peter Horton, "thirtysomething") find themselves stranded in the rural town of Gatlin, Neb, where they encounter a mysterious religious sect of children. But nowhere in town are there any adults. The horror grows to a blood-curdling climax as the two new visitors learn the horrifying secret behind the prospering corn fields. Based on the classic short story by Stephen King, "Children Of The Corn" is a longtime horror favorite that has spawned six sequels and many imitations. See how it all started.

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Kristen D.
Haverhill, MA
389 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 1
Why did my parents let me watch these movies as a kid? They absolutely terrified me. But I have to admit that I loved every second of it. Even now as an adult, there’s nothing that I like more than turning off all the lights and having a scary movie marathon during a storm. Yup... I’m apparently scarred for life.
Michelle b.
Man, WV
250 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 1
What's creepier than murderous children? That's right, NOTHING. It still gives me the chills every time I watch it. Def a must watch for any horror fan out there. You'll be weary of small blonde children after though
Stephanie T.
New York, NY
35 reviews
This is definitely not a movie to watch right before you go to bed. The scenes where children of the village kill the adults are not for the light-hearted. The basis of their ritual might seem silly, but this movie has gained a cult following and it's one to watch only if you're wondering what all the hype is about.
Taylor C.
107 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 1
Love this movie! But after this one the series is terrible! The plot is unusual and interesting and it's really creepy! The soundtrack is great for the movie but I would play it anywhere else lol. Let's just say I'll never step foot in a corn field again
Sarah H.
Chicago, IL
775 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 3
Another one that scared the pants off me as kid! Another one that the movie did not even come close to being as terrifying as the book. My non reading friends thought the movie was scary. I told them if they really want to be frightened to read the book!
Natasha B.
712 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 1
It is worth watching and very interesting. Not knowing there was a book made it better, once you learn of the book and read it... It isnt comparable!
Karla F.
Central Islip, NY
394 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 1
Es verdaderamente una excelente historia. Me gustó mucho aunque también me asusta. Todas las escenas son muy buenas.
Stephanie L.
Dallas, TX
342 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 1
This was OK. I really don't like seeing evil kids. I seen this a couple of times. I recommend it. It was very scary.
Jessica N.
Saint Louis, MO
1,125 reviews
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Classic movie based on the original book by Stephen king it is a horror classic with the great characters
Jessica P.
147 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 1
This movie came out when I was a kid. Back then it was terrifying to me! A town where there were no more adults cause the kids took over and killed them all. My favorite scene was in the beginning. Little boy and his dad go into a diner where you see a lot of old people sitting around enjoying their breakfast. You see the creepy kid Milichi (however it’s spelt) come to the door and nod. The teens working the diner lock the door and the slaying begins. If you like horror, this is definitely a classic in my book
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