Children of the Corn

1984

Action / Horror / Thriller

12
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 38%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 41%
IMDb Rating 5.6 10 40224

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Linda Hamilton as Vicky
Courtney Gains as Malachai
John Franklin as Isaac
Peter Horton as Burt
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671.19 MB
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23.976 fps
1hr 32 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Ivan Lalic 5 / 10

NOT TO BE UNDERESTIMATED

There are different kinds of Stephen King's movie adaptations, and the one about the blood thirsty religious cult of children in some God forsaken village in Nebraska is not one of the milder ones. Pretty gory for its era, it tends to dissipate its script when it comes to credibility of the entire concept, but nonetheless, 1984 version of ''Children of the Corn'' will give you a few goosebumps. Acting will be solid, especially when it comes to children, but much of the true story behind the cult will be saved for the much weaker sequels. ''Children of the Corn'' is still to be considered as one of the more serious horrors of the 1980s.

Reviewed by skybrick736 7 / 10

Children of the Corn 7/10

Stephen King's short story Children of the Corn is wickedly disturbing, the idea of a small town being overrun by a cult of children, worshiping an ungodly entity is quite spooky. Credit to George Goldsmith and Fritz Kiersch for pulling of the chilling King concepts and atmosphere. The editing and sound was uniquely done, using odd shots, grittier images and fast paced filming techniques. Also, the filmmakers delivered on portraying the children as gruesome, evil figures. Both the young actors, John Franklin and Courtney Gains worked perfectly together as the film's arch villains, Isaac and Malachai. There roles were equally sinister, and their lines delivered to each were enthralling. The lead roles of Peter Horton and Linda Hamilton were also a team that had good chemistry on screen. A couple downfalls with the film include situational scenes cliché in horror and a subpar ending. Children of the Corn is underrated 80's horror flick that shouldn't be skipped by the genre's viewers.

Reviewed by Ilikehorrormovies 8 / 10

I like it

This is not a bad movie honestly. I enjoy it and it is a slow burn movie and like I said before I don't mind slow burn movies because some could be good. This movie is better than the sequels and I haven't watch the sequels yet but I remember watching the remake but I didn't watch the whole thing so yeah. Good movie, good watch

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