"Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest" is the third film in the "Children of the Corn" series. The plot takes a new twist and unfolds in an urban setting.
After the events in Hemingford, Nebraska, where the evil children from Gatlin were scattered and destroyed, two orphaned brothers, Eli and Joshua, are adopted by a friendly family in Chicago. The family soon realizes something is wrong with Eli, who exhibits signs of malevolence and an unsettling ability to influence his surroundings with vegetation.
Eli becomes obsessed with spreading the evil of "He Who Walks Behind the Rows" in the new city and starts to build a cult of like-minded youth willing to sacrifice others for their dark god. While Eli attempts to transform Chicago into a grotesque labyrinth of plant-based evil, Joshua struggles to stop his brother and protect the people who are threatened.
Joshua teams up with a teacher and a group of adults to try to uncover and halt Eli and his cult before it's too late. They must confront the growing threat of the plants taking over the city and prevent Eli from succeeding in his nefarious mission.
"Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest" explores themes of evil spreading to new places, family conflicts, and sacrifice. The film delivers a unique twist on the classic "Children of the Corn" story by placing it in an urban environment.