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Children of the Corn: Revelation (2001)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Troy Yorke ...
Taylor Hobbs ...
Girl #1
Boy #1 (as Jeff Ballard)
Sean Smith ...
Louise Grant ...
Hattie Soames
John B. Destry ...
Cranky Man (as John Destry)
Ron Small ...
Store Owner
Ralph Alderman ...
Forensics Officer
Jason Low ...
Brad Mooney ...
Boy #2


When a girl named Jamie repeatedly tries to contact her grandmother to no avail, she investigates by going to her apartment in Omaha Nebraska....only to find that it's been condemned and overtaken by possessed children! As she digs deeper, she discovers a dark secret about her grandmother & awakens a dark, demonic force that wants Jamie dead and will stop at nothing. Written by Torey Cloud <>

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The All-New, Terror-Filled Chapter!


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Rated R for language, nudity, violence/terror, and some drug use | See all certifications »

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9 October 2001 (USA)  »

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Children of the Corn 2001  »

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Music and lyrics by Steve Edwards
Performed by Calista Woodbridge
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Best Sequel of the Series.
4 August 2006 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

"Children of the Corn: Revelation" is the seventh sequel in this never ending horror series, and was one that I actually really enjoyed. This film is about a woman named Jamie, who arrives in a small rural town to visit her grandmother, Hattie. When she arrives at the dilapidated Hampton Arms apartment building, which is incidentally located in the middle of a cornfield, she discovers that her grandmother has mysteriously disappeared.

After having a strange encounter with some children at a small-town market nearby one evening, Jamie begins to get a little creeped out. She goes to the police to report her grandmother missing, and the strange children keep on appearing to her on many occasions around the building as she awaits any news of her grandmother's discovery. Then the other residents of the building begin to disappear one by one, and the many children who are lurking around seem to be behind it...

This one really isn't related to the rest of the movies, but I think that's why it succeeded for me. The same plot being rehashed over and over in this series was a little annoying, and I found "Part 6: Isaac's Return" to be awful. I liked the atmosphere this movie set up, the building was creepy indeed and the bizarre little children that pop up all over the place were each eerie in their own ways. The film had some fairly decent scare-scenes and the actors did a fair job here. The ending was a little abrupt though.

Some of the CGI corn effects (especially the ones used in the finale) were a little overdone and corny (yes, pun intended!), but it was nothing to pine over. I also found the bathtub scene to be kind of funny and ridiculous. But what can you expect from this movie? It's number seven in a horror series in which 90% of the films have straight-to-video releases. If you suspend your disbelief, this is an entertaining, often creepy little flick.

While it isn't cinematic brilliance, I found "Children of the Corn: Revelation" to be a decent sequel, and probably my favorite of this horror series. It had an alright story, some good scares and creepy imagery, and was something new in the recycled series. Worth a watch, even if you haven't seen the previous installments. 7/10.

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