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Pumpkinhead
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Directed By
Stan Winston

Written By:
Stan Winston, Mark Patrick Carducci, Gary Gerani

Cast:
Lance Henriksen, Kerry Remsen, Jeff East, Kimberly Ross, George Buck Flower, Tom Woodruff Jr., John DiAquino, Matthew Hurley, Cynthia Bain, Joel Hoffman, Florence Schauffler

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Pumpkinhead (1989)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
June 21st, 2008

Favorite Movie Quote: "Ed Harley: God damn you! God damn you! Haggis: He already has, son. He already has."

Now, y'all should know from Deliverance that shouldn't mess with things back up there in those mountains. There's things going on that y'all just don't understand, y'hear. Like, when y'all mess with our kinfolk, we are going to call up something that is indescribable.

That's the jist of the late Stan Winston's film, folks. Just your ordinary revenge that got a little out of control. Ed (Lance Henriksen) just didn't have a clue what he was asking for when he wanted to avenge the death of his son and began to regret his anger from the very start. Too bad, when you start the pumkinhead, it has to finish the job.

Don't look for superior acting, or elaborate sets, or even the usual partially dressed teen (it doesn't have any!). Just enjoy Stan Winston's take on 80s horror.

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