Children of the Corn

Children of the Corn (1984)

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Corrected entry: During the explosion at the end, in a high aerial shot you can hear a member of the crew whisper "shit!" behind the camera.


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Correction: Actually, it's Burt who says that, not a crew member.

Corrected entry: After Burt has left to go to the Town Hall, Vicky asks Sarah her name. Then later, Burt comes back to the house. Although Vicky has been abducted, Burt somehow knows the little girl's name is Sarah.

Correction: No, she actually asks Sarah her name right after she and Burt find her in the room. Burt even addresses Sarah by her name when asking if she's alone there.

Corrected entry: When Burt throws the flaming alcohol bottle at the end of the movie, when it hits the ground, the dirt sets alight and the fire spreads. You can clearly see that flammable liquid has been poured all over the dirt, in order to make the fire burn.


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Correction: The flammble liquid was the 'gasohol' that he fed through the sprinkler system, with the intent of setting the cornfield on fire.


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When the two lead characters pull up to a stop in the car, the shot is dead-on from the driver's side, and you can clearly see the entire camera crew reflected in the side of the car.



In the first scene of Burt and Vicky in the car there is a copy of Stephen King's 'Night Shift' on the dashboard of the passenger side. A little homage to King in that the short story 'Children of the Corn' is in this book.