Children of the Corn 666: Isaac's Return

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Overview

Fifteen years after the original Children of the Corn, John Franklin returns as Isaac, leader of the band of murderous children who has returned to bring the youthful followers back to the field. Also stars Nancy Allen and Stacy Keach.
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Overview

Fifteen years after the original Children of the Corn, John Franklin returns as Isaac, leader of the band of murderous children who has returned to bring the youthful followers back to the field. Also stars Nancy Allen and Stacy Keach.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/10/2011
  • UPC: 096009760793
  • Original Release: 1999
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  • Source: Miramax Echo Bridge
  • Time: 1:22:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Stacy Keach
John Franklin Isaac
Alix Koromzay
Nancy Allen
Natalie Ramsey
Paul Popowich
Nathan Bexton
William Prael
Technical Credits
Kari Skogland Director
Bill Berry Producer
Stuart Blatt Production Designer
Richard Clabaugh Cinematographer
John Franklin Screenwriter
Jeff Geoffray Producer
Terry Michael Huud Score Composer
Walter Josten Producer
Ed Mitchell Casting
Robyn Ray Casting
Jenni Sherwood Executive Producer
Louis Spiegler Executive Producer
Tim Sulka Screenwriter
Troy T. Takaki Editor
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Children of the Corn 666: Isaac's Return
1. Home to the Truth [7:42]
2. Dr. Visit [5:37]
3. Isaac [5:12]
4. Checking In [5:21]
5. Research [4:15]
6. Night Visitor [4:17]
7. Get Out or Die [6:53]
8. No Soul [5:38]
9. Welcome to Hell [5:10]
10. Salvation [3:46]
11. Hiding in the Corn [5:01]
12. Rare Comfort [3:33]
13. Self Sacrifice [7:19]
14. New Order [6:15]
15. Dark Truth [5:44]
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Interesting addition to the series.

    This latest edition sticks to the mold of analyzing the youth of Nebraska and their run-ins with authority figures. The acting is superb for a movie without the blockbuster financing. But then again the movie takes place in Nebraska, so it can't cost too much to shoot cornfields. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys the earlier films.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Too much corn, not enough stalks

    The saga continues as the "Children of the Corn" return to their mischievous ways in this satanically-titled romp. Considering this is the 6th full-feature film based on a mediocre 50-page short story, I'd say the series is pretty much spent. However, the acting in this one is surprisingly engaging, and the cinematography should grab you. Unfortunately, the plot is lacking and the special effects are cheesy. Simply put, the corn is no longer on the cob.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not da best, but ok

    This movie, or rather yet this part of a seven part series isnt really the best one out there. You must see the first one to get this one. The plot somewhat ruined the movie since it is used in the seventh one as well and I guess the filmmakers ran out of ideas to put a plot like this in the movie. It is about a teenager who looks for her grandmother in Gatlin, Nebraska. The gore is somewhat weak, the action is too, but the best actor in the movie is John Franklin who plays as Isaac and I cant tell you if he comes out of thsi Generation dead or alive since thats a SPOLIER! 666 isn't what youve expected and it never will be. four stars is what it deserves (Felt pity and put up four instead of two) although the rating total for the movie is around 3.2 in the box office or whatever. basically what do you think this movie costs? Watch it and see for yourself, and you can leave the lights on cause it aint worth a scare.

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