“Children of the Corn: Genesis”: The Sequel Nobody Asked For

Some series just won’t die, no matter how much you beg them to. Dimension Extreme’s “Children of the Corn: Genesis”, the eighth film in the franchise that stems from the Stephen king story, is now on VOD/DVD/Blu-ray and in limited release (Does one theater for one day count as limited release?).

Directed by Joel Soisson and starring Barbara Nedeljakova, Billy Drago, and Kelen Coleman, “Tim and Allie seek shelter in a remote desert compound after becoming lost and stranded. A strange Manson-like character, Preacher, reluctantly allows them inside with strict orders to be gone by morning and not wander “where you are not invited.” At first, Preacher and his mail-order wife Oksana deny the faint screams and cries that emanate from one of the crumbling outbuildings. When Allie sneaks outside to investigate, she discovers that she and Tim have stumbled onto a bizarre cult worshiping an entity that may – or may not – dwell inside a haunted little boy.”

Nonetheless, the reviews have been surprisingly solid for this late edition to the series so maybe there is still some fun to be had. To order “Children Of The Corn: Genesis” from Amazon: Children Of The Corn: Genesis


1 thought on ““Children of the Corn: Genesis”: The Sequel Nobody Asked For

  1. I didn’t care for it, well none of the sequels were very good, the first one is the only good one, the 2009 remake is pretty good.

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