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Children of the Corn (2009)

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2009
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92 min
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Children of the Corn (2009), On Demand Movie, Horror

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Plot: From Donald P. Borchers comes the resurrection of the most unholy shocker of all: It's 1975, and a young married couple — Vietnam vet Burt (David Anders of ALIAS, HEROES) and preacher's daughter Vicki (Kandyse McClure of BATTLESTAR GALACTICA) — are driving cross-country straight into the heartland of Hell. Here in Gatlin, Nebraska, the town's bloodthirsty children — led by the boy preacher Isaac and his teen enforcer Malachai - have slaughtered all adults by command of He Who Walks Behind The Rows. Now two new outlanders have arrived… and The Time Of Sacrifice is at hand. Preston Bailey (DEXTER) and Daniel Newman co-star in this brutal and chilling re-imagining of King's infamous tale, featuring graphic footage not seen in the television broadcast.
Rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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