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Children of the Corn 2: The Final Sacrifice

Children of the Corn 2: The Final Sacrifice ★½ 1992 (R)

Reporter working for a tabloid paper gets more than he bargained for when he decides to do a story on the adults murdered in the town of Gatlin, Nebraska. Gatlin's surviving children, who killed their parents in the first film, are now living in a neighboring town and free to kill again. This youthful satanic cult does in authority figures in a number of sacrifical ways, working ever more smartly to create the prime attraction—blood flow. Not based on anything written by Stephen King. 93m/C VHS . Terence Knox, Paul Scherrer, Rosalind Allen, Christie Clark, Ned Romero, Ryan Bollman, Ted Travelstead; D: David F. Price; W: Gilbert Adler, A.L. Katz.

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