Fan submitted reviews of Children of the Corn (Movie):|
Posted By: Bridget - November 19th, 2012 7:46:12 pm EST
I'm only a teen, but I adore this movie. To me it is a classic. I would do anything to meet John Franklin (Isaac). This movie was very entertaining. I am not scared by movies, but I have to say this is my favorite movie of all time. I am a big fan of Stephen King and John Franklin.
Posted By: Grace - November 8th, 2012 5:00:13 pm EST
my god this movie scared me to death the first time around...then i watched it with my eyes open... hah and saw what stephen was trying to get at. this is a true and honest slasher cult film adn they dont get much better than this addicting series:))
Posted By: Hamjoy - October 12th, 2012 8:47:22 pm EDT
heeey sorry but my name is laura holcomb and i am 11 years old and live in tx i am watching christinia it is good but confusing and u r such a good writer and u r so kool i am makeing a short film called deviels play ground its scary i wish i could show it to u bye love laura born to scare
Posted By: Hamjoy - October 12th, 2012 8:39:26 pm EDT
omg i love stephen king i love horror films and i love children of the corn and i love carrie hi my name is laura i am 11 years old and leave in tx i love all of ur films exepet coujo its more sad then scary but my mom thinks its horrifying but idk bye and thx i hope u make more films mybee one about a crazy girl who kills her whole family
Posted By: Shin - April 16th, 2012 10:41:32 am EDT
these kids are crazy and dr. stanton and vicky die and are hung by children
Posted By: Leon - April 2nd, 2012 2:54:57 pm EDT
BINGO!! This is when I graduated from the mighty mighty MVHS! And yes I was enchanted by the story's theme. I [too] know how easy it is to assume about the peoples of the very nation in which we live and how strange life must be from 'elsewhere'. I have walked through corn fields in Maine too and this is an added thrill to the feel! Especially at All Hallows Eve Sincerely,Constant Viewer * I'll shut up now and give some one else a chance
Posted By: Koala - June 16th, 2011 4:40:35 pm EDT
he who walks behind the rows,
Posted By: Keith - May 9th, 2011 2:49:20 pm EDT
I read this story in one setting, and was very pleased. Although, after I read it, I thought this could be an opening, to what the full-potential of this story could be. Great read with vivid "spookiness" and a flash of humor in some scenes. Corn has an eeriness itself: a harvesting vegetable plant that grows taller than a human, and dangles blades of leaf throughout. I dont think I will ever go alone into a corn field!
Posted By: Boy - May 6th, 2011 3:10:44 pm EDT
Posted By: VICTOR - April 16th, 2011 9:19:49 pm EDT
THIS MOVIE SCARED THE CRAP OUT OF ME. AND IM A KID!
Posted By: J.K Christine - February 23rd, 2011 3:38:33 am EST
This is such a lovely book. I absolutely adore all your work,Mr.King.
Posted By: Vikstik - November 4th, 2010 8:57:20 pm EDT
Absolutely loved it, I have been a Stephen King fan since I was at least 12 but never knew that he wrote Children of the Corn,I read it about a week ago and when she stayed in the car.....well,you know, scary as hell...
Posted By: S.K.Rules - June 12th, 2010 7:13:55 pm EDT
the film was ok
Posted By: Anonymous - March 13th, 2010 5:36:11 pm EST
I love the movie called Children Of The Corn it is the best movie in your time Stephen King
Posted By: Tmtrav - January 3rd, 2010 1:45:22 am EST
I saw this movie when i was teenager in the early 80's. In 2005 I moved to Sloan, IA where part of this movie was filmed. I would go grocery shopping in Whiting where the town square setting, flag pole in the middle of the street and the diner, school and church were filmed. WOW was that surreal. I used to drive, daily the road that they filmed the scene where the boy jumps (or is he thrown) in from of Peter and Ms. Hamiltons car. Crazy stuff.
Posted By: Udonneed2nomahnaim - December 5th, 2009 9:36:55 pm EST
srry steve. dunt no how such a good book was blown to hell cuz of 7 seven friggin moveis. seven!!! fugghedaboutit
Posted By: Korts - November 30th, 2009 7:55:53 pm EST
I get into the worlds of the books I close my room and imagine everything I read and I need to calm strong literature
Posted By: Anthony - October 29th, 2009 4:47:48 pm EDT
"He who walks behind the rows". A really memorable phrase.
Posted By: Croadon - October 1st, 2009 3:10:29 pm EDT
Sy Fy has a remake of it that I thought was quite good
Posted By: Tarek - July 30th, 2009 10:00:03 am EDT
i watched the trailer on you tube!looks like some heart-pounding material...
Posted By: Anonymous - July 24th, 2009 3:25:09 pm EDT
as well it's terrific ,,, dearly i need to read it ==] SWEET Stephen king
Posted By: Cheddar - May 9th, 2009 1:33:54 pm EDT
These are the best books and the best horror movies ever.
Posted By: Coolwhip - May 4th, 2009 7:55:19 pm EDT
I love this movie. makes me a little scared that I live near a cornfield but ya it all good - I hope!
Posted By: Anonymous - March 14th, 2009 9:52:57 am EDT
a great review of the film. one of the best I've seen done by the one and only Stephen King. 5 star rating
Posted By: Timar Zreika - March 1st, 2009 2:21:56 am EST
I haven't seen this movie but it sure sounds like some scary shit. and again all thanks to S.K for being such an awesome writer.
Posted By: Ryu - February 15th, 2009 5:17:45 pm EST
I think it's absoloutely exhillaritingly amazing. J'adore ca
Posted By: Angel - October 18th, 2008 1:58:48 pm EDT
this is a really good movie i love all of your movies and books.
Posted By: Shir_liberman - October 10th, 2008 7:56:32 am EDT
I am a freak for this series of films. it was bad but i liked the old style of scare:) i hope there will be a reamke thogh there are so many S.K stories i would like to see adapted into films.