Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest
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Horror Cinema's Scariest Killer Scarecrows

13 March 2014 8:30 AM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

Stuffed with straw, dressed in rags and left to twist in the breeze, the typical mild-mannered scarecrow may not be built to frighten anything larger than your average feathered pest... but that hasn't stopped these eerie effigies from coming to life in our nightmares. For generations, this image of the harvest has been associated with the darker, colder days to come, so it wasn't long before spooky tales were being spun about evil scarecrows wandering the fields, intent on reaping something more substantial than corn. Cinematic scarecrows have come a long way since the lovable Wizard of Oz character, but some of them might still be looking for a brain... maybe even the one that's still in your skull.   Let's look at some of the all-time scariest movie scarecrows ever to stalk the fields by moonlight...     “Bubba” (Dark Night of the Scarecrow, 1981)   This chilling made-for-tv classic presents one of the »

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