Children of the Corn (Midnight Madness Series)

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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3 Comments

Steve on May 22, 2018 at 6:44 AM.

Not Better Than The Original, But What Remake Ever Is? The movie is based loosely on the original with several differences as expected. It doesn’t feel as sinister or scary as the original but that could be due to the fact that in the modern world, most horror elements are easily eliminated from being real life possibilities. We also used to use the dark as a source of horror. Newer movies seem to have gotten away from that.Either way, this movie is a great as a standalone title and makes for a decent remake. It’s definitely worth…

David Girod on May 22, 2018 at 7:11 AM.

He Who Walks Into Nam Flashbacks I will give the filmmakers credit in that they did try to stick a bit more closely to King’s original short story…but that’s a problem. It’s a short story, under 20 pages in length, and they have to make a 90 minute film, so you know this thing will be padded to the gills.Right off the bat we see the kids of Gatlin, Nebraska in a tent revival being preached to by a very timid looking Isaac in 1963? I know I’m in trouble now..Isaac should be all “hellfire” & “damnation”, and while…

Daniel T. SWan on May 22, 2018 at 7:20 AM.

Nasty…. but good. I have read many other reviews on here about the distasteful elements of the movie, but isn’t that the point of going to the movies to begin with? In this genre of movies especially, shock value is what makes a movie the critics either have a love for,or an absolute sheer hatred for. Yes… it is true there are a few moments in the movie that left me feeling uneasy… but when you really think about the context of what Stephan King had written in his short story, that was the point; NOT TO…