Calling CHILDREN OF THE CORN II a better film than its predecessor is something like damning with faint praise, but this sequel manages to be somewhat less ludicrous and occasionally a little more chilling than the first film.
The kids who committed all the mayhem in the original are being shipped from their hometown of Gatlin to the neighboring Hemmingford by officials who are apparently unaware of the evil that possessed them. Among the many media figures who arrive on the scene are John (Terence Knox), a former
Newsweek reporter currently reduced to writing for a tabloid rag. A divorcee, he's traveling with his estranged son, Danny (Paul Scherrer), w...