THROWDOWN THE OMEN or THE CHILDREN OF THE CORN

This is a Throwdown of 2 Cult Classics that Primarily center around a Kid (or Kids).  First there’s the Classic 70’s Son of Satan Horror THE OMEN and then you have Strange Town full of Kids Horror of the 80’s THE CHILDREN OF THE CORN. Now Tell Me which is your Favorite.

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16 Responses to “THROWDOWN THE OMEN or THE CHILDREN OF THE CORN”

  1. JC Schweingrouber Says:

    Gotta go with the Omen on this one. Both are classic movies. The Omen did a great job capturing the hysteria of religious element involved. The musical scoring added to that element.
    JC

  2. Children of the corn!

  3. ASHPOWER! Says:

    Hmmm….they are both soo great. Odd that they’re put in the ring together (unless you’re going for demented children) but The Omen will always be better than Children of the Corn even though CotC was very awesome.

  4. Thats 2 Votes for THE OMEN and 1 Vote for THE CHILDREN OF THE CORN

  5. Satterfield Says:

    THE OMEN – no contest!

  6. Thats 3 Votes for THE OMEN and 1 Vote for THE CHILDREN OF THE CORN

  7. Doug Almeida Says:

    Have to go with Children of the Corn.. Issac freaked the hell out of me.. The scene when that kid jumps up @ Linda Hamilton made me jump a mile , and the musical score in freaky as hell!! Fear He Who Walks Behind the Rows!!!

  8. Thats 2 Votes for CHILDREN OF THE CORN and 3 Votes for THE OMEN

  9. Sebastian Kane Says:

    The Omen!!

  10. Patrick Says:

    Children of the Corn

  11. thats 3 Votes for THE CHILDREN OF THE CORN and 4 Votes for THE OMEN

  12. Dahnofthedead Says:

    The Omen, of course!

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