Given the recent slew of Stephen King reboots, it was only a matter of time before we returned to the dusty corn fields of Nebraska and the blood-soaked, murderous children running around in them. Despite no one asking for it, CHILDREN OF THE CORN has been remade. Rebooted? Requeled? (I can never tell anymore). Rather than focusing on religiously zealous youngsters and their pious killing spree, the new film tells the story of a farming community whose adults have sold…

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