Children of the Corn 1984 Horror Movie Review
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Bad Stephen King adaptation, 80’s style. Children of the Corn is a lame 80’s horror film. One of the many stories of Stephen King’s to be adapted for the silver screen during the 80’s. Like many of them instead of making a movie solely based upon the written material, the film-makers decide to take only parts of the story branching out into something that barely resembles the original concept. Instead of a truly scary film about religion gone mad, we’re
treated to a very lame movie filled with a bunch of bad actors and a wretched script that only a mid-level hack could spew out. A yuppie couple traveling cross-country runs into a small farm town that’s populated by a community of children all hopped up on religion. Sounds better than it really is. Recommended for true 80’s nostalgia fans.
About Children of the Corn (1984)
Children of the Corn
Peter Horton, Linda Hamilton, R.G. Armstrong, John Franklin, Courtney Gains,
Rating: 2.5 / 5 stars from 6 users.
94 minutesDirector: Fritz Kiersch,
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