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Children of the Corn 666: Isaac's Return -- A girl called Hannah goes back to her hometown (Gatlin) to find out who her mother but on the way she picks up a strange man who fore-shadows her life with a passage from the bible...
Children of the Corn 666: Isaac's Return -- A girl called Hannah goes back to her hometown (Gatlin) to find out who her mother but on the way she picks up a strange man who foreshadows her life with a passage from the bible.


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Release Date:
19 October 1999 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Natalie Ramsey ... Hannah Martin

Gary Bullock ... Zachariah

Alix Koromzay ... Cora

Stacy Keach ... Doc Michaels

John Franklin ... Isaac
William Prael ... Jake

Paul Popowich ... Gabriel

Sydney Bennett ... Morgan
John Patrick White ... Matt
Nathan Bexton ... Jesse

Nancy Allen ... Rachel
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eric F Donald ... Gatlin teen (uncredited)

Directed by
Kari Skogland 
Writing credits
Stephen King (short story "Children of the Corn")

Tim Sulka (written by) &
John Franklin (written by)

Produced by
Bill Berry .... producer
Jeff Geoffray .... producer
Walter Josten .... producer
Craig Nicholls .... associate producer
Jenni Sherwood .... executive producer
Louis Spiegler .... executive producer
Original Music by
Terry Huud (music by) (as Terry Michael Huud)
Cinematography by
Richard Clabaugh (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Troy Takaki  (as Troy T. Takaki)
Casting by
Ed Mitchell 
Robyn Ray 
Production Design by
Stuart Blatt 
Set Decoration by
Melissa Hibbard 
Costume Design by
Niklas J. Palm 
Makeup Department
Lori Ann Baker .... additional makeup artist (as Lori A. Baker)
Martina Kohl .... key hair stylist
Martina Kohl .... key makeup artist
Fedor Leonenko .... additional makeup artist
Deborah McNulty .... key hair stylist
Deborah McNulty .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Paula M. Bass .... unit production manager (as Paula Hammerel Bass)
Stacey Kosier Box .... production supervisor (as Stacey Kosier)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Marybeth Hagner .... first assistant director
Rebecca Levinson .... second assistant director
Art Department
Philip Bak .... swing (as Phillip Bak)
Treven Bedwell .... leadman
Jennifer Copp .... swing
Emily Dixon .... scenic painter
Steven E. Eyrse .... scenic painter (as Steven Eyrse)
Thomas D. Krausz .... carpenter (as Thomas Krausz)
Peter Mathus .... swing
Talon McKenna .... construction coordinator
Marilyn Morgan .... assistant property master
Carisa Rosenthal .... on-set dresser
Eric Steinway .... swing
Jim Utter .... swing
Jay Wertzberger .... property master
Sound Department
David Bach .... supervising sound editor (as Dave Bach)
Michael Bartylak .... additional boom operator
David Boulton .... additional adr recordist: Sound One Corp.
Paula Fairfield .... sound effects editor
Paula Fairfield .... sound re-recording mixer
Paula Fairfield .... supervising sound editor
Russell Farmarco .... adr mixer (as Russel Farmarco)
Craig Henighan .... sound effects editor
Adam Joseph .... sound mixer
Orada Jusatayanond .... foley editor
Dave Madden .... sound re-recording mixer
Carla Murray .... sound effects editor (as Carla Murry)
Stewart Nelsen .... adr supervisor
Klaus Peintner .... foley mixer
Andy Potvin .... sound consultant: Dolby
Monique Reymond .... foley artist
Gunnar Ted Walter .... boom operator (as Gunnar Walter)
Special Effects by
Larry Fioritto .... special effects coordinator
Roy Knyrim .... special makeup effects: SOTA FX
Stella Knyrim .... crew: SOTA FX
Jerry Macaluso .... special makeup effects: SOTA FX
Conor McCullagh .... lead effects technician (as Connor McCullagh)
Tiffany Moi .... crew: SOTA FX
Akira Yamada .... crew: SOTA FX
Christopher 'Critter' Antonucci .... stunt player (as Chris Antonucci)
John Ashker .... stunt player (as John R. Ashker)
Tonya Forsberg .... stunt player (as Tonia Smith Forsberg)
Emma Legon .... stunt player
Salomon I. Marx .... stunt player (as S.I. Marx)
John Stewart .... stunt coordinator
Chris Swinney .... stunt rigger
Camera and Electrical Department
Kevin Barrera .... electrician
Edward C. Bartel II .... gaffer (as Ed Bartel)
James Brisbin .... grip
Shane Brott .... grip
Simon S. Cho .... electrician (as Simon Cho)
Richard R. Cohen .... key grip (as Richard Cohen)
Reginald Donaldson .... dolly grip (as Reggie Donaldson)
Mark Fragale .... first assistant camera
Michael Franco .... best boy grip
Gregory Freeman .... grip
Jonathan Glushakow .... electrician
Eric Hall .... grip
Jose Harb Jr. .... electrician
Jim Heath .... still photographer
Douglas Kieffer .... electrician
Kia Kiso .... second assistant camera (as Kia Dawson)
Manuel Luben .... grip
Douglas Marshall .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Gino Mifsud .... still photographer
Richard Oliver .... electrician
Mark Overstreet .... grip
Andrew Rawson .... gaffer (as Andy Rawson)
Patrick Rousseau .... camera operator
Patrick Rousseau .... director of photography: "b" camera
Peter Schmitt .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Mike Schwabenland .... electrician
Jandy Sexton .... grip
Lee Spencer .... electrician
Joe Spitaletto .... electrician (as Joseph Spitaletto)
Paul Taylor .... Steadicam operator
Bill Totolo .... camera loader
Larry Troesken .... grip
Jonathan M. Wiener .... electrician
Douglas Wiltse .... best boy electric
Casting Department
Hillary Snyder .... casting assistant
Tom Thacker .... extras casting: Xtraz Casting (as Thomas Thacker)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Chris Bustard .... costumer
Jill Cohen .... costumer
Patti Cohoon-Friedman .... costumer (as Patricia Cahoon)
Michael Anthony Long .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Mike Branum .... assistant editor
Peter Devaney Flanagan .... additional editing
Michael A. Webber .... first assistant editor
Music Department
Vladimir Horunzhy .... composer: additional score
Andrew MacKenzie .... music engineer (as Andy MacKenzie)
Jeff Robert .... music supervisor
Celia Weiner .... music editor
Transportation Department
Thomas Akoury .... mechanic
Al Burton .... transportation captain
Michael Dawes .... driver (as MIke Dawes)
Darrell Dubovsky .... driver
Glenn Friedman .... watertruck driver
David Gerry .... driver (as David T. Gerry)
Ken Kaplan .... transportation coordinator
Erin Maguire .... driver
Robert McIntosh .... driver (as Bob Mcintosh)
Karl E. Nelson .... driver: honeywagon (as Karl Nelson)
Freddie Sanchez .... driver
Michael D. Speedie .... driver (as Mike Speedie)
Jimmie K. Turner .... driver (as Jimmie Turner)
Other crew
Kevin Bellmore .... production staff: Blue Rider
Jamie Cerreta .... location assistant
Deborah J. Chesebro .... office production assistant (as Debbie Chesebro)
Hugo Cortez .... assistant chef: All Star Motion Picture Catering
Amanda Dahlinger-Coscina .... set production assistant
Melody Dean .... production staff: Blue Rider
Kristin Dewey .... location manager
Toby Forlenza .... script supervisor
Gerald Gottesman .... business affairs: Blue Rider
Nathan Guynes .... office production assistant
Jessica Jorde .... production staff: Blue Rider
Aimee Keen .... production staff: Blue Rider
Chris Kocher .... assistant production accountant
Cliff Larson .... catering chef: All Star Motion Picture Catering
Sophie Luxmoor .... key set production assistant (as Sophie Luxmoore)
Amin Mehta .... office production assistant
Christine Miller .... studio teacher
Sam Montiforte .... post-production accountant (as Sam Monteforte)
Robert L. Oppenheim .... production legal services
Robert Peralta .... set production assistant (as Rob Peralta)
Kristopher Robinson .... production accountant
Sirod .... production staff: Blue Rider
P.J. Sodaski .... assistant production coordinator
Michael Stone .... production staff: Blue Rider
Chris Sweeney .... craft service
Chris Sweeney .... set medic: Rescue One
Chris Swinney .... set medic
Willie Toubman .... production staff: Blue Rider
Michael Zamboni .... assistant location manager
Dave Clark .... the producers would like to thank: Boskovich Farms
Timothy Eilers .... the producers would like to thank
Harper Hug .... the producers would like to thank
Marcy Muray .... the producers would like to thank
Joel Soisson .... the producers would like to thank
Ed Tapia .... the producers would like to thank: Tapia Brothers Farms
Elmo Weber .... the producers would like to thank (as Elmo Webber)
Rosemary White .... the producers would like to thank: Canada Goose Project (as Dr. Rosemary White)
Doug Yerkes .... the producers would like to thank
Crew believed to be complete

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Children of the Corn 666" - USA (short title)
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Rated R for horror violence and gore, and for some language
82 min | Germany:80 min (cut version) | Germany:82 min (uncut version) | Argentina:90 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

John Franklin is the only actor to appear in more than one "Children of the Corn" movie. He originated the role of Isaac in Children of the Corn (1984), which was also his screen debut.See more »
Miscellaneous: Isaac has supposedly been in a coma for 19 years. However, when they show close-ups of his eyes in the beginning (still in a coma, more or less), he clearly has contact lenses in his eyes.See more »
Dr. Michaels:Well if it isn't the medical miracle!
Isaac:It was Hannah's touch!
Dr. Michaels:You leave that girl alone!
Isaac:You didn't, You took her from her mother!
Dr. Michaels:I took her from this town, I was trying to give her a chance! You're sick!
Isaac:Are you ready to pay for you're actions?
Dr. Michaels:I've been paying for them all my life! It's you're soul that's gonna burn in hell!
Isaac:I don't have a soul!
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Movie Connections:
References "The Andy Griffith Show" (1960)See more »
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7 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
Cheap straight to video horror film...but almost scary!, 3 January 2001
Author: ~PL~

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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