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  A Guy's Gotta Eat - Children of the Corn
Corn on the husk is about 80-90 calories per ear, give or take a row.
What really matters is that when corn is fresh from the farm, on the cob, you are missing a seriously terrific part of the summer if you’re not eating any.
This ferulic acid occurs in grains and corn (which is a grain, you know) and not many other places.
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  Children of the Corn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Children of the Corn is a short story by Stephen King.
Too late, they learn that years previously the town's children murdered the adults after embracing the bloody pseudo-Christian cult of an evil being that lurks in the corn fields (known only as "He Who Walks Behind the Rows") which demands everyone above 19 years old be sacrificed to it.
The children kill the wife, while the husband escapes into the cornfield, only to personally meet his end at the hands of the children's god.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Children_of_the_Corn   (391 words)

 Children of the Corn
Children of the Corn featured national recording act Alice DJ, who is known for their national hit song titled "Better off Alone".
Children of the Corn consisted of three different entertainment stages with over 25 DJs from around the world.
Children of the Corn took place in a giant corn maze located in Kapolei on the island of Oahu.
www.magjipro.com /tv/Childrenofthecorn.htm   (278 words)

 Children of the Corn Review (1984)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Children of the Corn was based on the short story by Stephen King, and adapted by George Goldsmith.
It takes the innocence of children and sees it corrupted by a supernatural force in a way that echoes films such as The Bad Seed and The Exorcist, only this time with a whole host of wicked kids.
The villain of Children of the Corn is interesting in that he is basically a variation of an Old Testament God, and is duly worshipped by his followers.
www.thespinningimage.co.uk /cultfilms/displaycultfilm.asp?reviewid=1026   (727 words)

The Mayans believed that they were created by gods who added their own blood to flour made from corn, a plant native to their Central American homelands.
Thus, they were children of the corn, and along with gods personified by the fierce jaguar and the life-giving rain, they worshipped the tall grass that fed them.
Reliable crops of corn, squash, and beans provided enough food for the Mayan population to grow and for some residents to specialize in new skills, unburdened by the need to tend the fields.
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 Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice Review (1993)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The surviving children aren't believed to be among those who contributed to the massacre, and are escorted to a town nearby where they can be taken care of.
It's not long before Micah and his unhappy band are making their presence felt, with set piece killings that include a voodoo inspired nosebleed, a doctor stabbed with syringes and, most preposterously of all, a house dropped on a busybody old lady in a Wizard of Oz moment.
Children of the Corn II has a reputation of being one of the worst sequels ever, but it's absurdities simply make it indifferent rather than standing out as a bad movie classic.
www.thespinningimage.co.uk /cultfilms/displaycultfilm.asp?reviewid=1027   (578 words)

 Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice - Rotten Tomatoes
Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice (1992)
The murderous kiddies of "Children of the Corn" are back -- and they're as vicious as ever.
After the massacre in Gatlin, Nebraska -- in which a group of cultish youngsters slaughtered 50 adults -- authorities made sure the remaining perpetrators were resettled in a different town.
www.rottentomatoes.com /m/children_of_the_corn_ii_the_final_sacrifice   (421 words)

 Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice (1992) aka Children of the Corn II: Deadly Harvest
Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice (1992) aka Children of the Corn II: Deadly Harvest
Children of the Corn II is that it is a better film that its predecessor.
Corn II 's success lies in taking the basic premise of the first film and conducting it along the formula lines of the modern horror film - which basically means having someone killed every few minutes, something that works immeasurably for the film.
www.moria.co.nz /horror/childrenofthecorn2.htm   (925 words)

 Children of the Corn
The short story "Children of the Corn" is a very fl, disturbing tale about religious fanaticism spiraling out of control among the endless fields of cornstalks.
Evil children are scary to me, perhaps because I have a innate fear of children.
You have to understand that anything based around a corn field is probably going to have a lot of scenes where someone is chasing someone through the corn.
www.xmission.com /~tyranist/horror/reviews/c/ChildrenoftheCorn.html   (649 words)

 Children of the Corn Movie Rewind «
Now Isaac, the leader of the children, orders that the outsiders be captured for sacrifice, to appease their god, ‘he who walks behind the rows’.
Children of the Corn from the Stephen King collection of short stories, Night Shift, is now mostly forgotten amongst many people.
Overall, Children of the Corn was a pretty good movie, and is at least worth a couple of bucks to rent.
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 Amazon.co.uk: Children Of The Corn 2 - The Final Sacrifice [1992]: Video   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In Children of the Corn, a young couple uncovered the horrors that lay hidden in the small community of Gatlin, Nebraska.
Children Of The Corn 2 isn't even released to Dvd in my country in the United States.
Beware the corn -shakycam shots bring it to life; the ending is rather predictable, yet still enjoyable [lacks the particular finesse of "He wants you too Malakai" in numero uno].
www.amazon.co.uk /exec/obidos/ASIN/B00004CMRQ   (642 words)

 Children of the Corn IV: The Gathering   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Children of the Corn IV: The Gathering - Naomi Watts, Karen Black and William Windom starred in this film.
Shot the summer of 1994 in and around Austin, Texas, we continued the tale of those crazy kids in the corn.
Behind the scenes on Children of the Corn IV: The Gathering.
www.rclabaugh.com /corn4.html   (142 words)

 The Duck Speaks » Children of the Corn
Vicky finds a creepy corn cob crucifix in the dead boy’s suitcase, which certainly doesn’t calm her already agitated mood, and things get worse when they arrive in town and the place is apparently deserted.
Their purpose in the movie, to connect with the adults, inform them of the situation, and help them defeat the bad guys, undercuts one of the short story’s strongest points: our fear for Burt and Vicky is based in large part on their sudden and total isolation from anyone who might help them.
There’s a hint at the end that at least one of the children is growing tired of the current arrangement, but it’s only a hint, and the nearly Lovecraftian omnipresence of He Who Walks renders that hint nearly pointless.
badmovieplanet.com /duckspeaks/reviews/2004/children-of-the-corn   (2876 words)

 Cinema Confidential Forums - Village of the Dammed children vs. Children of the corn
Village of the Dammed children vs. Children of the corn
Jacob is the leader of the children of the corn.
F.Y.I. Nicholas Brendon (Xander Harris from Buffy) was in the third Children of the Corn.
www.cinecon.com /forums/showthread.php?t=9043   (311 words)

 Children Of The Corn V: Field Of Terror | The A.V. Club
Most likely, the Children Of The Corn series is successful because it taps into a number of potent contemporary fears: the adult world's fear of children, industrialized society's fear of rural life, and secularized society's fear of religious zealotry, to name a few.
Children Of The Corn V, like its predecessors, taps into a vein of contemporary anxiety, but derives from it only cheap gore and brutality.
While Children Of The Corn V was distributed by Miramax's offbeat genre wing Dimension, which also released Scream, Scream 2, and Halloween: H20, there's nothing particularly self-referential about it.
www.avclub.com /content/node/894   (397 words)

 Barnes & Noble.com - Children of the Corn -- Fritz Kiersch - DVD - Wide Screen
Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror - Ethan Wiley, Stacy Galina, Alexis Arquette
Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest - James D.R. Hickox
The movie Children of the Corn is not scary and not bloody, but interesting.
video.barnesandnoble.com /search/product.asp?ean=13131273298&pwb=1   (511 words)

 Children of Kernel Corn   (Site not responding. Last check: )
After hearing of the situation, parents of children at the elementary school were grateful that Sabin and his classmates confronted PETA.
The students knew that PETA was wrong in targeting the children of Pierce Elementary.
They even created an official Kernel Corn website, which tells children that cows "want to be with their friends and families," pigs "like to run around outside" and chickens "like to be in the sun." Using anthropomorphism to brainwash children, well, that is shameful.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/621604/posts   (1037 words)

 Children of the Corn
Into the small community of Gatlin comes a sinister boy preacher with a message for the children - only human blood will restore life to the parched earth and revive the dying corn.
So it is that all the adults perish one hot Sunday, as their sons and daughters obey the savage commands of Isaac and his bloodthirsty executioner, Malachai.
Children Of The Corn is based on the classic short story by Stephen King.
members.home.nl /schillimovies/dvd/details/3865.html   (140 words)

 Stephen King Children of the Corn
Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror
One of many early-'80s Stephen King "quickie" adaptations dashed off to cash in on the prolific horror author at the peak of his popularity, New World Pictures' Children of the Corn takes one of King's published short stories as its source material.
Having murdered the town's adult population at the command of their leader Isaac (the spooky-looking John Franklin), the children perform blood sacrifices to their cornfield-dwelling deity -- known only as "He Who Walks Behind The Rows" -- with their two new visitors next in line for crucifixion.
www.stephenkingshop.com /movies/films/ChildrenoftheCorn1984.htm   (207 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Children of the Corn 666: Video   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In this film the original leader returns after waking up from a 19 year coma and leads a new generation of children in preparation for the birth of a new race of children of the corn fathered by he who walks behind the rows himself.
Isaac is a very sinister character and after 15 years John Franklin puts up another brilliant performance as the evil preacher, he is by far the greatest leader of the children of the corn and, even though those who came before (Micah, Eli etc.) all did a good job it's great to see Isaac return.
Stephen King's first CHILDREN OF THE CORN was a scary, suspensful and well acted horror, and this has remained throughout the five sequels which followed.
www.amazon.co.uk /exec/obidos/ASIN/B00005NW37   (749 words)

 Target : Entertainment : DVD Movies : Horror : Series & Sequels : Children of the Corn   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Children of the Corn 3 - Urban Harvest
Children of the Corn 4 - The Gathering
Children of the Corn 5 - Fields of Terror
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 Children of the Corn IV: The Gathering (1996)
First of all, if you have seen any of the other Children of the Corn films, you wouldn't ask what the plot is...you would know that it concerns corn demon possession and children fucking up the hopelessly out of touch older generation.
Well, unfortunately, Children of the Corn 4 damn near falls completely on it's face as for the majority of the film you will find yourself BORED senseless.
Even children with physical defects are welcome, preferably with wheelchairs, as my Te legions will require a mobile element to run you pussies down on your HUFFY 2000s.
zombie.dreamhost.com /reviews/cornIV.html   (772 words)

 DVD Talk > Reviews > Children of the Corn
Almost 10 years later there's Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice (1993) with a whole new batch of murderous young'uns and a poor old biddy in a wheelchair who gets launched through a plate-glass window.
Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest (1994) takes the show on the road to Chicago when a couple of country killers are adopted and shipped to the Windy City where they raise corn and hell.
In Children of the Corn IV: The Gathering (1996) the violence once again turns toward the medical community with a doctor who gets cut in half and a gal who gets crucified with hypodermic needles.
www.dvdtalk.com /reviews/read.php?id=2058   (630 words)

 Children of the Corn - VHS - Title C Shopping at dooyoo.co.uk
Years before all the children in the town killed all the parents to nourish the corn fields, they were lead by Issac and Malachai, who now run the town.
For the sheer hell of it you decide to take to the scenic backroads, driving through the endless expanse of corn fields which adorn the sides of the road and enjoying the balmy summer day...when out stumbles a kid into the road and you run him flat.
Children of the Corn : He who walks behind the rows
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 Children of the Corn III (1995)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest (1994) D: James D.R. Hickox.
Despite a terrific performance from young Cerny as the evil child Eli, most of this wretched third entry in the CHILDREN OF THE CORN series is laughably awful.
The plot concerns two orphans (one of them being Eli) moving into urban Chicago, where the younger one wreaks havoc on his foster parents, high school students, and a priest who doesn't seem to have it all together to begin with.
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 Children-of-the-Corn.com!   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Set for a video release later this year, and directed by Guy Magar, this one is about a group of FBI agents who follow a serial killer to the town of Gatlin (where else?), where they stumble onto something much bigger than they imagined.
Rumor has it, the serial killer is somehow connected with the Children of the Corn...who are hot and sexy.
It couldn't possibly be worse than COTC 6, but you never know...this is, after all, the SEVENTH ENTRY IN THE SERIES.
www.angelfire.com /az/COTCwebpage   (238 words)

 Children of the Corn (1984)
As he tries to rescue her, Burton discovers the children have killed off all the adults in the town and established their own puritan church, offering human sacrifices to a demonic presence they call He Who Walks Behind the Rows that inhabits the cornfields.
John Franklin and Courtney Gains as the two leaders both have striking presences, but both lose it whenever they open their mouths and the dialogue falls thuddingly flat.
There were six sequels: Children of the Corn: Deadly Harvest/Children of the Corn: The Final Sacrifice (1992), Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest (1995),
www.moria.co.nz /horror/childrenofthecorn.htm   (576 words)

 Children of the Corn | By Donella H. Meadows | Grist Magazine | Global Citizen | 25 Oct 1999
The companies who splice strange genes into our corn and potatoes and soybeans are pushing their products so recklessly that they are alarming not only environmentalists and consumers, but also farmers, supermarket chains, baby-food makers, and investors.
Pollen from the biotech corn was scattered onto milkweed leaves (simulating the corn pollen that blows all over the Midwest every summer).
The point, made by ecologists for years now, is that gene-spliced inventions are being spread over millions of acres at a hectic pace without any idea what their effects might be.
www.grist.org /comments/citizen/1999/10/25/the   (812 words)

Children Of The Corn III - Urban Harvest:
After the brutal and mysterious killing of a farmer in an isolated cornfield in the wilds of Nebraska, fate casts two young brothers, Eli and Joshua, into the heart of Chicago.
They are welcomed with open arms by foster parents who are unaware of the dark and menacing force that lurks within one of the boys.
www.xploitedcinema.com /dvds/dvds.asp?title=3320   (465 words)

 Children of the Corn 2: The Final Sacrifice movie posters and memorabilia at MovieGoods
Children of the Corn 2: The Final Sacrifice movie posters and memorabilia at MovieGoods
Children of the Corn 2: The Final Sacrifice (1992)
Gatlin's surviving children, who killed their parents in the first film, are now living in a neighboring town and free to kill again.
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