TV Movie | TV-14 | | Horror, Thriller
While traveling, an unhappy married couple encounter a cult of murderous children who worship an entity called He Who Walks Behind the Rows.
In the original Children of the Corn (1984), it is explained that the children in Gatlin had help from a few adults who would trade with them for supplies, food, and gasoline, seemingly to explain how the children were able to continue living in the town after all the adults were dead. This explanation is omitted in the new film, which creates a significant plot conundrum in that it would have been nearly impossible for the children to have supported themselves alone for twelve years. This may imply a type of miracle, perhaps one of the perks of the sacrifices the children's lord requires of them.
When Burton is attempting to tune in a station on his stock AM radio, a station comes in loud and clear with the creepy broadcast. He looks out the window and the view is of - not a longwire AM antenna system, but rather a tower with FM repeaters.