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Hannah goes back to her hometown (Gatlin) to find out who her mother is, but on the way she picks up a strange man who fore-shadows her life with a passage from the bible. When she gets there she wakes up Isaac from a coma he has been in for 19 years. Isaac is awake and wants to fulfill the final prophecy! Written by
The Sea Angler
Written by William Faith and Monica Richards
(Words written by Goethe)
Performed by Faith and the Muse
Published by Neue Ashitik Multimedia
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Cheap straight to video horror film...but almost scary!
When I rented Children of The Corn 666, I wanted to see a very bad movie...but, surprisingly, the atmosphere was pretty scary and mysterious, and some actors were fine...creepy, isn't it? The first thirty (of the 82 short minutes) minutes of the film actually brought me in the mood, more than the average film. Scary isn't it? Then it becomes a little boring, and the last minutes are clichés...The directing was pretty amazing for what I expected, and it is partly responsible for the nice atmosphere. The main actress sounded a little like those high-school-superficial-cheerleaders (What kind of stupid expression is that???) and looked like them...the storyline is pretty stupid though...and very simple...but I have to say that this film corresponds a lot more to the "Horror movie" kind than most movies that are classified as Horror movies. I almost feel guilty saying all this...but it's true. Too bad most of the actors were bad, the scenario was stupid and the ending very cliché, because the first impression it gives you is that you'll be scared from the beginning to the end...not true...and only the fact that this impression is there gives points to this film. Bad, but not that much...5/10
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