Grace Christine Moyer
over 2 years
Reminds me of a Bradbury short and Who Could Kill A Child. Just creepy kids.
over 4 years
Worst marketing attempt for ethanol I've ever seen.
almost 5 years
Dated, yet still eerie and uncomfortable
almost 6 years
Classic horror. Have to read the story then.
over 6 years
No explanation for any of the phenomena, and little character development.
Wish that I could've gouged out my eyes with the scythe on the cover. Never again
over 7 years
Scary when I was a kid. Scary now for different reasons.
Children of the Corn (also known as Stephen King's Children of the Corn) is a 1984 horror film based upon the 1977 short story of the same name by Stephen King. Directed by Fritz Kiersch, the film stars Peter Horton and Linda Hamilton. Set in the fictitious rural town of Gatlin, Nebraska, the film tells the story of a demonic entity referred to as "He Who Walks Behind The Rows" which entices the children of the town to ritualistically murder all the adults to ensure a successful corn harvest, and a couple driving cross-country that get caught up in it. King wrote the original draft of the screenplay, which focused more on the characters of Burt and Vicky and depicted more backstory on the uprising of the children in Gatlin. This script was disregarded in favor of George Goldsmith's screenplay, which featured more violence and a more conventional narrative structure. Filming took place mainly in Iowa, but also California. Seven sequels and a television remake have been produced.