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« on: March 23, 2007, 12:11:34 PM »

Anyone who has wanted to see all of the "Children of the Corn" movies should check this one out:


TUNE-IN ALERT/ SATURDAY MARCH 31, 2007 FOR VOOM MONSTERS HD

 

VOOM Monsters HD Bids Farewell To The Month Of March With A Full Day Of Stephen King’s Classic Tales, Plus Their Cult Fave Sequels, in Pupil-Piercing High Definition!!

 

The end of March brings the promise of spring showers while VOOM Monsters HD, the first and only HD channel devoted to the horror and creature-feature genre, showers its viewers with “Stephen King For A Day And Night.” Bid farewell to the month of March with a day full of murderous masterpieces and their sadistic sequels with; uncontrollable miscreant teenagers, high maintenance cars with jealous mean-streaks, blood-sucking Mass-holes, and unpopular teenage prom queens on killing sprees.

 

Saturday March 31 at 12:30 AM-

CHRISTINE

CHRISTINE, the 1983 theatrical release of King’s best-selling novel, tells the tale of hormonal road rage manifested in the machine itself.  Christine is a very jealous 1958 Plymouth that Arnie, a geek with a surprisingly ultra-hot girlfriend played by young Kelly Preston, restores to prime condition.  It proves to be a disturbing labor of love as Arnie becomes obsessed with his new ride in more ways than one.

 

Saturday March 31 at 2:30 AM-

SALEM’S LOT

Move over Boston Red Sox, there’s a new team in town sucking the life out of all your fans – The Salem Neck-Sucks!  The quaint New England town of Salem, Massachusetts is over-run by vampires whose culinary tastes extend way past the local lobster in King’s classic, SALEM’S LOT.  When a priest moves into the vampire-ridden town a showdown between good and evil culminates in an attempt to free the town of its unholy inhabitants. This red soaked tale of the blood thirsty un-dead also sports a previously cut and un-released scene of gore that fanatics of the fanged feature should not miss!

 

Saturday March 31 at 7:15 AM-

CHILDREN OF THE CORN;

Who needs Saturday morning cartoons when you can watch a town full of spell struck kids who kill all the adults in sight in CHILDREN OF THE CORN?  Linda Hamilton is faced with the task of fighting the possessed youth who live in a Nebraska town.  The crew of Midwestern hatchet-sporting kiddies is led by Isaac, a cult leader who takes his orders to murder every adult in sight from a God-like force that dwells in the corn fields.

 

Sunday March 1 at 1 AM-

CARRIE

Stephen King’s CARRIE tells the story of a teen with plenty of built up mommy-resentments and telekinetic powers.  The combination of Sissy Spacek’s disturbing portrayal of awkward youth gone postal, and her character’s psychotic Christ-obsessed mother played by Piper Laurie, makes for a truly disturbing story of abuse, dread, and anxiety.  This is arguably one of the best book-to-film adaptations of a Stephen King novel and the High-Def broadcast makes it a “can’t miss” for the Month of March.

 

Sunday April 1 at 4:30 AM-

PET SEMETARY 2

This follow up from the original King novel casts young Edward Furlong as the new kid in an Indian-burial-ground-sporting town.  The sequel once again has people burying their pets and family members in sour ground that makes them come back to life very angry and quite evil.  Please, if you can’t let go of your pets just have them stuffed in your den.

Don’t You Dare Miss The Sequels That Follow Each Of These Maniacal Classics Too!!

Just when you thought you couldn’t take anymore, some death obsessed production company HAD to re-terrify you with cinematic sequels to these King favorites.  On this day of King inspired debauchery we will bare witness to the belief that you can never get enough corn in your diet, Vampire’s are not the best writers, psycho teenage outcasts hold grudges forever, and your pets have their own existential issues.

 

Immediately Following SALEM’S LOT; Saturday March 31

    * Return To Salem’s Lot at 5:35 AM

 

Immediately Following CHILDREN OF THE CORN; Saturday March 31

    * CHILDREN OF THE CORN 2: THE FINAL SACRAFICE at 9 AM
    * CHILDREN OF THE CORN 3: URBAN HARVEST at 10:45 AM
    * CHILDREN OF THE CORN 4: THE GATHERING at 12:15 PM
    * CHILDREN OF THE CORN V: FIELDS OF TERROR at 1:45 PM
    * CHILDREN OF THE CORN 666: ISAAC’S RETURN at 3:15 PM
    * CHILDREN OF THE CORN VII: REVELATION at 4:45 PM

 

Immediately Following CARRIE; Sunday April 1

    * THE RAGE CARRIE 2 at 2:45 AM
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« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2007, 03:57:09 PM »

Do they really think that it's humanly possible to sit through all of the Children of the Corn movies in succession without this happening?
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« Reply #2 on: April 04, 2007, 11:38:21 AM »

I thought Salem's Lot took place in the fictional(?) town of Jerusalem's Lot, not Salem, Massachusetts.  Question
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« Reply #3 on: April 04, 2007, 11:46:35 AM »

I thought Salem's Lot took place in the fictional(?) town of Jerusalem's Lot, not Salem, Massachusetts.  Question


It has been far too long since I read the book or watched the movie to remember, but some quick research online says that you are correct.  The name of the town is "Jerusalem's Lot."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salem's_Lot
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« Reply #4 on: April 04, 2007, 04:40:59 PM »

Umm, no Pet Simmitarie 1? I don't even have the channel but still, what a rip!
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