A small town veterinarian links an epidemic of tumors in humans to a new breed of genetically engineered corn.

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Linda Andrews
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Harold Zimmer
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Doc Wells
Curtis Bechdholt ...
Eddie
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Old Man Rivers
Fiona Scott ...
Tara Akton
Chris J. Levick ...
Matt Hooper
Bobby Stewart ...
Sheriff Blackwell
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Doris Hooper
Donna Larson ...
Sally Latimore
Cyndi Mason ...
Vincent Walker ...
Boyfriend (as Vince Walker)
Christine Elliott ...
Young Linda
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Mathew (as Chris Lovick)
Michael Ryan
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A small town veterinarian links an epidemic of tumors in humans to a new breed of genetically engineered corn.

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3 March 2000 (Canada)  »

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The character played by Christopher Shyer makes a joke about secretly being an alien putting things into the corn to experiment on humans. Shyer would later play an alien on V (2009), and those aliens were putting things into human medicines to experiment on and control them. See more »

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Attack of the Corn Growers!
22 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A young woman who has lots of issues (she can't figure out which bed to sleep in) believes some genetically engineered corn is killing people in a small town. Sadly, the town almost died before the big seed company came in and begin to produce this super corn. It's the classic battle with the big company and the towns people. Both would like her to keep her mouth shut. To complicate things, she is having an affair with a lawyer for the company. Her connection to this guy causes her marriage to start falling apart. She is also caring for a young, mentally challenged boy who, unfortunately, succumbs to the awful affliction (people get huge growths on their bodies and expire shortly thereafter). This isn't so much science fiction than an environmental catastrophe. The interest lies in her butting heads with the powers that be. One issue for me was that her husband was never portrayed as a bad guy leading us to question he dalliances (they do try to show how as a child, she watched her wicked mother go from bed to bed and abuse her between trips). Anyway, it's a tenuous premise.


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