Horror/Thriller Rated R
Straight after the events of the first film, the children are moved to Gatlins neighbouring town Hemmingford. A failed journalist called John comes to Hemmingford to find out what happened in Gatlin. His son Danny is with him, John and Danny don't get on well together. They are staying in the same house as Micah a boy possesed by He who walks behind the rows. Danny becomes Micah's friend and comes under his influence. Danny then falls in love with Lacy but in the end Danny has to make a choice which could mean life or death!
Rosalind Allen is the only cast member of note, in a cast which overall is weaker then expected, since King related movies tend to draw out good casts.
A girl is impaled by a cornstalk, and there's a bloody voodoo possession sequence.
The first film has more artistic value then this one, but this one has a bit more entertainment value, and overall I found this one better than the highly overrated first one, but just slightly. The biggest problem however is that the story focuses far to much on the visitors and too little on the children, seemingly hoping viewers will remember the children from the first film, and connect the 2. As with the original, its certainly not required viewing, and not one of the strong Stephen King tales, but it also is not a waste of your time.