Horrorathon for Little Village Environmental Justice Organization (LVEJO)

Youth leadership…reclaiming green spaces…corn…now what does that remind me of?

Oh yeah it’s the fact that there are 10* (!) Children of the Corn movies and we have no idea what happens in them besides children interacting with corn. Don’t you want to know why there are so many of these movies as bad as I want to? Will the children and/or corn go to space?

But for real, let’s find a fun way to support the Little Village Environmental Justice Organization (LVEJO) – a great, hyperlocal Chicago organization supporting youth leadership and environmental justice. Read more about the LVEJO’s accomplishments to date here.

For every $10 donated, I will review a Children of the Corn movie on this blog. I will also match donations.IF we hit $150, I will recap a bonus horror franchise. Which one do you ask? I’ll just say it is definitely something your familiar with and it clarifies the importance of elections. But otherwise it’ll cost some cold hard $$$ going to a great cause to learn more.

So in summary:

1) Support a great cause

2) Get your donation matched (up to $150).

3) I will go out into the depths of the fields of the Children of the Corn franchise so you don’t have to and report back why exactly there are 10 (!) of these movies.

If you are so inclined, click here to donate.

*It has been brought to my attention by a combination of Wikipedia and polishing up my counting skills there are 11 movies in the Children of the Corn franchise as well as a short film titles “Disciples of the Crow” made one year prior to the original movie. So I will be covering those as well if we make it to $100 in donations.

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