Children of the Corn 5: Fields of Terror
Children of the Corn 5: Fields of Terror ★½ 1998 (R)
Alison (Galina), Greg (Arquette), Tyrus (Vaughan), and Kir (Mendez) have traveled to Divinity Falls to bury the cremated remains of Kir's recently deceased boyfriend. That's when they run into the local cult of murderous children and Alison realizes that her long-lost brother, Jacob (Buzzotta), is one of them. She's determined to get him away but the evil force that leads the children has other ideas. 85m/C VHS, DVD . Alexis Arquette, Greg Vaughan, Stacy Galina, Eva Mendes, Adam Wylie, Dave Buzzotta, David Carradine, Fred Williamson; D: Ethan Wiley; W: Ethan Wiley; C: David Lewis; M: Paul Rabjohns. VIDEO
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