Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest
Two young Gatlin residents are orphaned after the younger brother kills their father. The terror of Gatlin goes urban when the two boys are placed in the custody of two foster parents in the city. The younger brother takes some corn seeds along for the road and plants them in the courtyard of an abandoned warehouse, bringing "He Who Walks Behind the Rows" to the city.
- Stars:Daniel Cerny, Ron Melendez, Jim Metzler, Nancy Lee Grahn, Jon Clair, Mari Morrow, Michael Ensign, Duke Stroud, Rif Hutton, Garvin Funches, Johnny Legend, Gina St. John, Yvette Freeman, Terence Mathews, James O'Sullivan,
- Director:James D.R. Hickox,
- Writer:Stephen King (short story "Children of the Corn"), Dode B. Levenson
Two brothers, formerly of the murderous children's cult of Gatlin Nebraska, are taken to Chicago by an unwitting couple. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: What a load of pretentious crap!
(fr) wrote: talmente brutto che bello
(ag) wrote: This is not a film you either like or don't like. It is a film that is telling a story of an important event in history and not a pleasant one. So in a sense its not simply entertainment. That is what makes it so difficult to rate! From an entertainment point of view, not so great. From a story telling point of view, well, its a lot too absorb. I will see it again, but I will have to be in the right mood!!
(mx) wrote: "Faith is the antithesis of proof"
(au) wrote: A long time ago, in a movie far, far away... Jay (Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (Kevin Smith) are high on madness! We open with two kids who are left outside a convenience store, and then jump to their grown-up selves hanging out in front of said store, still doing their thing. When they learn that a comic based on them is being made into a movie, but they were never set to receive royalties they deserve, Jay and Silent Bob boldly go where movies are made: Hollywood. Along the way, these two-dimensional stoners make complete spectacles of themselves, especially when they get involved in some deep bantha poodu with a federal wildlife marshal (Will Ferrell) and many others in a star-studded cast that delivers dirty, yet hilarious one-liners throughout, wasting no time getting to the titular character's dumb, profanity-ridden, yet somehow hilarious, mission... quest... thing. The look and feel is cinematic and weird at the same time, which works for the quirky tone and more drug references, innuendos and double entendres than you can shake a sack of diamonds at! The characters are weak, but the raw, unrestrained comedy is hilarious and offensive, so fair warning, whoever you are, there will be stuff that offends you, and stuff that'll make you laugh so hard, it's not even funny.
(ru) wrote: Fascinating, a seemingly perfect time capsule.
(br) wrote: i like it cuz of the dream scene with the dog, lol
(gb) wrote: The greatest western of all-time?