Beware! Children at Play

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Released 1989

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Director:
Mik Cribben
Released:
1989
Rating:
R
Beware! Children at Play is a 1989 horror movie directed by Mik Cribben. A father and son are enjoying a camping trip in the backwoods of New Jersey when the father is caught in a bear-trap. Unable to get help, the father, a literary professor, spends his last few days reciting lines from the Anglo-Saxon poem Beowulf, to his son, Glenn (Danny McClaughlin). When his father dies, Glenn devours the freshly deceased corpse and spends his childhood growing up in the woods. Flash forward 10 years and John DeWoolf (Michael Robertson), a supernatural writer, arrives in a rural town in New Jersey with his family to meet up with his old army friend, Sheriff Ross Carr (Rich Hamilton). Once in town, John finds out that there have been a series of children disappearing and that the Sheriff's own daughter, Kara (Jamie Krause), is among the missing. In addition, there have also been a string of parents who have been bizarrely butchered and cannibalized. John and the sheriff set out to solve the mysteries and discover that the town's children are being brainwashed into zombie cannibal killers by Glen, who has kidnapped the children and formed a cannibalistic cult. The townspeople now have to pull together to save their own lives, however, will they be able to kill their own children?moreless

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Horror, Suspense

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Gorefest, Independent, B-Movie Horror, Cult