Children of the Corn IV: The Gathering
Horror • R • 1996 • 1 hr 25 min
Well, this will only be watched by those with a guilty pleasure.
Another ridiculous entry in the series that isn’t as hilarious as its predecessors, but still an absurd B-horror movie
Didn't have the cheesiness of 2 & 3 or the creepiness of the first. Nothing memorable, just forgettable.
Not even Naomi Watts can save this gathering of bad ideas.
My guess is they shoehorned an existing story into the children "universe". Didn't really work. It's ok, just forgettable
A great fourth entry as the series was heading into the late 90's. This movie had a different tone than the last two and it works.
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