Children of the Corn: Revelation (2001)





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The seventh in the series of films loosely based on a short story that appeared originally in Stephen King's Night Shift, Children of the Corn: Revelation continues the saga of a Nebraska town where the young citizens all fear a mysterious higher power that emerges from the ever-present cornrows. FBI agents have come to the mysterious town in an attempt to capture a serial killer that is hiding in the town. While there, the officers stumble across a force more powerful and evil than any serial killer.
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Troy Yorke
as Jerry
Kyle Cassie
as Detective Armbrister
Crystal Lowe
as Tiffany
Sean Smith
as Abel
Louise Grant
as Hattie
Ron Smith
as Store Owner
John B. Destry
as Cranky Wheelchair Man
Ralph Alderman
as Forensics Officer
Jeff Ballard
as Boy No. 1
Brad Mooney
as Boy No. 2
Taylor Hobbs
as Girl No. 1
Maxine McKay
as Girl No. 2
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October 2, 2002

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Bereft of ideas, Children of the Corn: Revelation is a slow, boring piece of tripe with no scares. After her grandmother goes missing, Jamie stakes out her apartment and looks for clues, eventually learning that her grandmother was once part of a child cult that has been resurrected and is attempting to reclaim their home. There's some atmosphere and suspense to Jamie's search, but it's ultimately pointless and the characters aren't that interesting. But the worst part of the film is the children, who are rather lame and aren't the least bit frightening. A dreary and lifeless entry into the franchise, Children of the Corn: Revelation is barely a shadow of the original.

Dann Michalski
Dann Michalski

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Probably better made than the previous two sequels, but this one was kinda dull and lacked any decent kills or gore. Plot-wise it adds nothing new or fresh to the series, though it does feature the only nude scene in the franchise courtesy of a cute, silicon-enhanced blonde. No more sequels please!!!

Lee ?
Lee ?

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This Remake was no better than the Original one.

Wahida K
Wahida K

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