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Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice

3.7 out of 5 stars 74 customer reviews

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The neighboring town of Hemingford has discovered not only the gruesome massacre of Gatlins entire adult population, but also the orphaned children who refused to participate in the human sacrifices. The once quiet Midwestern town is jolted into activity as a barrage of media reporters descend upon it. Among them is tabloid reporter John Garrett (Terence Knox) who is hoping to save his career by breaking the story on the bizarre murders. Traveling with Garrett is Danny (Paul Scherrer), his defiant 19-year-old son. Garrett arranges for him and Danny to stay at a local bed and breakfast, also home to the orphaned Micah (Ryan Bollman). Micah soon becomes the leader of the resurrected corn cult, and under the influence of the mythic He Who Walks Behind the Rows, more adults die horrible, violent deaths. Sensing that Danny is at odds with his father, Micah tries to lure him into joining the cult.

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  • Actors: Terence Knox, Paul Scherrer, Rosalind Allen, Ryan Bollman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: April 12, 2011
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004P7CNN6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114,007 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Children of the corn 2 is excellent. Way better than the other 6 films. From start to finish this movie takes you on a ride. The bingo scene was great. And when the children chained the door in the church meeting. That was a unforgettable scene. Christie Clark was very hot in that movie as well. This was very close to being the best horror film of the 1990's.
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So what's making the kids crazy? Is it a demonic presence? Yes. Is it that the corn is poisoned and could potentially make the town crazy? Yes. Is it that the town has a dark past of abuse of children that started some sort of cyclical blood cycle type event? Yes. Is it that the leader of the group of children is possessed by He Who Walks Behind the Rows? Yes. Everything is yes in this movie. A semi-mystical native american man spells this out for the audience.This is why I'm on board. In effect, this whole region of Nebraska is apparently a nexus of bad events that just ache for children to go mad and kill everyone. The soundtrack is creepy, there are multiple very disturbing murder scenes. The adults are just mean enough that you get a sense of retribution from the killings (another "yes" on the list of possible causes), and the cinematography features very 90's stomach-churning zooms, close ups and dutch angles. I like this here as well as in such classics as Pet Sematary and Child's Play 2, for others who might be interested in seeing the style I'm getting at.

Cons: The movie is corny, and not just because of the rotten produce. The leader of the kids is quite a weakling in this one, lacking the terror that the strange man-child from the original brought out in us. The setup for the events is great but no great thought was put into how it would be finished. The main characters dispatch the whole mess pretty quickly and easily when all is said and done. I want more He Who Walks Behind the Rows. For those who also want to see more plant god action, look no further than the third movie, which I also have a certain fondness for. The sequels have diminishing returns after the second one, but each has it's charms up until say, 5.
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By Johnny Biggs on September 20, 2004
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God, I love this kind of stuff. Basically, Children of the Corn II is cheap, gory, and loads of fun. It's also well-made, too... the effects are pretty good (not anything amazing but they more then get the job done). This film contains buckets of blood, gotta love that nose-bleed scene! 'Final Sacrifice' also contains a great score by Daniel Licht and has a fairly morbid sense of humor (What a World!). Overall, the complete package for a great time at the movies... dripped in blood, of course.
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Children of the Corn 1 and 2 are great films, despite what some say. This one is even better.
It provides a lot more plot and MUCH better acting, along with tons of characters and subplots. Oh yeah, and the amount of blood needed to satisfy horror fans. Simply a wonderful film. Buy it, its worth a lot more.
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This is my absolute favorite out of all of the COTC movies (I'm not even going to bother to count IV, which had nothing to do with the others, and didn't even mention He Who Walks Behind The Rows). The continuity from the first to this one was great and the kids were the last great group. Of course, the story isn't 100% coherent and there are a couple of questions I have such as: So, did the corn really cause some sort of delusions? I don't think so but you never know. What the heck was with the ending with Redbear dressed as a wise man and all? Was Micah HWWBTR, was he possessed by a part of HWWBTR, or was he just controlled by him? Ah, well. Anyway, despite my questions, Micah is my absolute favorite leader, and Mordechai is a good counterpart to the Malachai character in the first one. Damn those Outlanders, why do they always have to get involved!! Micah could've gone all the way!!
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Good transaction & fast delivery. No problems with seller.
Anything to do with Stephen King & his books I'm going to buy. I read all his books & he is a very talented mystery/horror writer with a very good imagination.
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I had to rent this on Amazon because for some reason this is the only one of the series that isn't on Netflix. Good quality for its time, the Closed Captions were a little off, but that's just me being picky. As far as the movie goes, it's worth a watch. I watched the entire series and compared to the others it was pretty good.
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The Sequels of Stephen King

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M. M.

Stephen King has written many sequels. “Big Wheels: a Tale of the Laundry Game (Milkman # 2),” “The Way Station,” “The Slow Mutants,” “The Gunslinger and the Dark Man,” The Dark Tower II: the Drawing of the Three, The Dark Tower III: the Wastelands and Wizard and Glass to name a few. There are also The Regulators and Desperation. There is also, what I like to call the Castle Rock stories.
“Nona,” Cujo, “The Sun Dog,” “The Body,” The Dark Half, Sleepwalkers, Needful Things and “It Grows on You.” “The Breathing Method” is a sequel to “The Man who Would Not Shake Hands.” Stephen King once wrote a sequel to the Cthulhu mythos. “One for the Road” is a sequel to Salem’s Lot.
Nevertheless, Stephen King didn’t write all of his own sequels. In 92, they wrote Pet Sematary Two. Then they made Children of the Corn II: the Final Sacrifice. Then there came Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest.
Then there came Sometimes They Come Back Again. Then there was Children of the Corn IV: the Gathering. Then there is The Rage: Carrie 2. Finally, there is Children of the Corn V: Field of Terror, Children of the Corn 666 and Children of the Corn (2009) the remake maybe don’t you think? Yes; ‘course there is!!

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