Tiffany is hunting for answers after her sister died during an encounter with the mysterious woman in white. When she crosses paths with Adelaide, a young woman whose family seems to be ...
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Tiffany is hunting for answers after her sister died during an encounter with the mysterious woman in white. When she crosses paths with Adelaide, a young woman whose family seems to be targets of the same entity, she tries to keep the deadly history from repeating itself.
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Solid Low Budget Thriller
"The Girl in the Cornfield" was a short, fun, spooky campfire tale. Very amateur, but ambitious. The sequel branched out to try to be something more and in my opinion, accomplished it.
Tiffany, the brave young girl from the first movie, is back trying to find a way to stop the Woman in White. Meanwhile the entity is haunting a new family, apparently accompanied by multiple demons (or at least multiple manifestations). When Tiffany meets the eldest daughter Addy, she tries to save the family from the Woman in White's evil intentions.
The story is riveting. For a movie that is over two hours it's well paced and managed to keep me interested in every development. You don't know what the hell is going on for most of the film and the eventual payoff is satisfying. The acting was also solid. The actress playing Tiffany especially shines but really they all played their parts well. No one stunk it up or was cheesy. And as for scares, there is a lot of suspense, and a handful of jump scares that got me really good.
If you like microbudget movies and are used to watching them on Netflix and Amazon Prime - this is a good one. If you like your movies made for $100,000 or more, you should probably watch something else.
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