Children Of The Corn III: Urban Harvest 2003 R CC

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(43) IMDb 3.8/10
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An edge-of-your-seat thriller packed with suspense and terror - you can't miss Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest - third in the wildly popular Children of the Corn series!

Starring:
Mari Morrow, Nancy Lee Grahn
Runtime:
1 hour 31 minutes

Available in HD on supported devices.

Children Of The Corn III: Urban Harvest

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Horror
Director James D.R. Hickox
Starring Mari Morrow, Nancy Lee Grahn
Supporting actors Jim Metzler, Nancy Lee Grahn, Jon Clair, Mari Morrow, Michael Ensign, Duke Stroud, Rif Hutton, Garvin Funches, Johnny Legend, Gina St. John, Yvette Freeman, Terence Mathews, James O'Sullivan, Kelly Nelson, Ed Grady, Nicholas Brendon, Brian Peck, Rance Howard
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Great special effects at the end.
Terry E. Koebrich
The movie is lame, has some moments of goodness but still...after this sequel the rest of the series really is a wash and total waste of time, it started here.
JoB
If all that hasn't convinced you that you need to see 'Children of the Corn 3', that I don't think it's gonna happen.
General Zombie

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By General Zombie on December 29, 2005
Format: DVD
'Children of the Corn 3' is pretty damn entertaining. Not as good as two, but still superior to the original and well worth watching. It's certainly never effective as a straight horror movie, but it's got plenty of camp appeal and some amusing gore. This one is sorta vaguely related to the original central story, as it's about little creepy Eli and larger, normal Joshua who are adopted brothers. At the films beginning Eli murders his adopted father so they have to move in with a foster family... IN THE CITY!!!!! Eli is some sorta evil corn warlock and he starts killin' people for no particular reason and works on a scheme to feed tainted super-corn to all the world with the unwitting help of their foster father, who is some sort of corn magnate. What's worse, Eli starts preaching at the toughest Catholic school in the hood and starts converting everyone, to create a whole new pack of corn children! That all sounds pretty silly, I'm sure, and it is, but they try to take is seriously, which is nice. Intentionally camp movie do work sometimes, but they can rarely compare to something which was meant to be taken seriously. Though actually, I don't wanna be to hard on it, as it's actually more competent than a lotta films of this caliber. I get the feeling that the director could manage a pretty decent horror movie if he had a decent script and a moderate budget. But this is what we got, and there ain't much they can do with this plot, and the dude who plays Eli just ain't menacing, like Malachi was in the first one.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Leach HALL OF FAME on December 25, 2004
Format: DVD
No other author in recent memory has had as much consistent success selling books as Stephen King. For roughly three decades the Maine writer churned out book after book, each one selling more and more copies. He's a world unto himself, the lucky fellow! He's so successful that he could throw out his pens, put away his typewriters, bury his word processor six feet under, never write another word in his life, and STILL have enough money to wallpaper the Great Wall of China five times over. In many respects, it's Stephen King's world and the rest of us are just living in it. But, and this is a gigantic but, an enormous number of metaphysically bad films based on his novels threaten to put a serious dent in his legacy. We all know the good ones, the ones that not only scared audiences stiff but also helped propel King's career to even greater heights. "Carrie" is probably the best example, followed by "The Shawshank Redemption" and "The Dead Zone." These are wonderful, magical films that one can watch again and again without wearying of them. Then there are the rest: the truly wretched refuse that reminds one of dental plaque or the junk that washes up on the shores of a filthy river. Welcome to the Children of the Corn franchise.

"Children of the Corn 3: Urban Harvest" moves far beyond the parameters established in the first film. Instead of Isaac issuing the doom and gloom prophecies of "He Who Walks Behind the Rows," we now have Eli (Daniel Cerny) stepping up to the plate. He and his older "brother" Joshua (Ron Melendez) turn up in Chicago after Joshua's father, who had the temerity to question Eli's increasingly bizarre behavior, perished in a hideous manner back on the Nebraska farm.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JoAnNe on August 2, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
I saw COTC 6 first, then I saw COTC 4 then I saw COTC 3 with Daniel Cerny and I found it the best cuz he was in it. He was perfect for the part and I was wondering too how old he was. I mean in 1992 Demonic Toys was released and he was in it and he was about 8 or 9. I think he's cute in my opinion and i have pictures of him all over my room. im trying to buy COTC 3 but i cant find it. If u know how old he iz please visit expage.com/danielcerny or please email me thank you. bye now.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By DEX on June 7, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
okay , for all you none believers out there - the third edition to this cult classic is with out a doubt the most creative and well acted of this series . Finally , the cliche was taken out of the cornfields and into the urban city . Daniel cerny's performance was not only chilling but overshadowed all other performances . Although some effect were at times "corny" , Cerny's performance made up for it . It's a shame that kids not in more movies !
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Eric Ashley on July 11, 2003
Format: DVD
After a couple years on the shelf and the posibility of a theatrical release declined, Dimension released "Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest" in 1995 direct to video. Surprisingly, this third in the long-running series is actually the best of the bunch.Changing settings didn't work for "Friday the 13th, Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhatten", but surplanting the Corn Kids in suburban Chicago gives this series an energetic kick. Two silblings (Daniel Cerny, Ron Melendez) are adopted by a couple in Chicago, but the younger brother cannot escape the evil of He Who Walks Behind The Rows... and small town havoc is unleashed in big city Chi-Town.Featuring some imaginative sequences and genunie surprises, "Corn III" packs a pretty good punch. The finale was meant to be horrifying, but obvious budget contraints really turn the final battle into a joke. But up until then, this "Urban Harvest" is worth a look.
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