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A bereaved farmer enlists the aid of a terrifying demon to help avenge his son's death in this stylish horror movie that contains a strong moral. It all begins as gentle widowed farmer/general store owner Ed's beloved 10-year-old son is involved in a fatal hit-and-run accident with an careless unknown motorcyclist. Ed nearly goes berserk with grief and to bring back his son heads to the cabin of a wise old witch to see if she can rejuvenate the youth. Unfortunately, it is beyond her considerable
Oct 14, 1988 Wide
Aug 1, 2000
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Typically hollow and patchy, the script is low par for the course, the acting close behind.
MGM has done a great service to Pumpkinhead and its fans with this new Collector's Edition DVD and you'd be a fool to overlook this.
It's all done in such a dislocated, hectic style that it's sometimes difficult to tell what's happening.
Winston has a strong visual sense and a surprisingly good feel for character development.
In spite of being almost twenty years old, this monster movie is still harrowing, creepy, and better than modern horror fare.
Great creature, primo Henriksen...Gotta love it.
Creepy, unusual horror film.
Satisfying B-movie fun from effects maestro Stan Winston.
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