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Pumpkinhead: Blood Feud


Five years later, it is shown that the family of the Hatfields' and McCoys' ongoing feud started because of a car in the 1930s. The Hatfields then trash a McCoy wedding. Jody Hatfield sneaks out to see her true love, Ricky McCoy. Ricky brings his sister, Sarah, to look out for him and Jody. The two then start to make out.




Pumpkinhead: Blood Feud



Jon Condit of Dread Central rated it 3/5 stars and wrote that it is modestly entertaining.[5] David Johnson of DVD Verdict wrote: "It's an adequate horror flick that maybe thinks it's a little more awesome than it actually is, but the sum total of the copious bloodletting and fun, old-school creature effects equals 'not a waste of time'".[6]


During a bitter family feud, Jodie Hatfield, and her boyfriend Ricky McCoy, decide to leave town to avoid being found out, but are soon caught in the act. Wanting vengeance, he seeks out the monster Pumpkinhead, and resurrects it seek revenge on the family. Despite being warned away by the ghost of Ed Harley, his vengeance plan starts out, and the Hatfield family is soon under siege by the powerful demon. Not accepting the legend of the creature and believing their arch-rivals are the real cause, the two families attempt to go to war, only to be stopped when Pumpkinhead attacks the Hatfield house. Putting aside their differences, they band together to stave off the creature before it's vengeance pact is completed.


Shockingly not the worst thing that could come out of a TV movie Pumpkinhead that's also a fourth entry filmed on the heels of whatever the fuck Ashes to Ashes is. Shotty as hell cgi balanced out by surprisingly abundant and cool practical effects? Damn right. Romanian location trying to disguise itself as backwoods America? Yep. A slew of actors dubbed over with the worst hick accents you've ever heard? Better believe it. A Hatfield's vs McCoy's brawl/Romeo and Juliet story mashed into it? Why not. Enrichingly laughable stuff for sure and with the lowest budget the franchise has seen but still manages to dig its heels into a somewhat Pumpkinhead feel regardless of its faults... and I sort of like it? Haggis is horrifying in this one and the final massacre is a hoot of body parts and cheap blood.


Some amateurish but decent more effects were hamped by an incredibly stupid story of bringing Pumpkinhead into the Hatfields vs McCoys feud. But it was more like Romeo & Juliet just add Pumpkinhead. It was a real snooze fest but I can't completely hate it even though the insect looking Ol' Pumps looked kinda cool. Wouldn't mind more entries in this series, maybe with a more folk horror approach and not so reliant on rednecks??? I'd prefer the next one be bleaker.


You didn't know this but apparently the families in the famous Hafield-McCoy feud come from the same small town as the Pumpkinhead legend. I couldn't believe it myself, but someone must have given the idea to writer/director Michael Hurst to use a Hafield-McCoy type feud for a Pumpkinhead movie because of the southern rural setting and he just went with it despite not being creative enough to at least change the name of the families.


The biggest disappointment of this film is that the monster is not literally a guy with a pumpkin for a head. False advertising all around, that. The fact that it's set in the Hatfield/McCoys feud with a Romeo & Juliet plot is probably the laziest writing there is, and the gore effects are okay but not especially amazing. The backstory that clearly harkens back to older films in the series would probably be more interesting if I had seen them. That all said, nothing in it especially offended me! That's a step up. The heroine isn't particularly interesting or capable, but no one else is, either. Fair play all around.


Sony Pictures Home Entertainment resurrects an evil spirit in this fourth installment of the Pumpkinhead series in Pumpkinhead 4: Blood Feud, arriving in stores October 2. In this thrilling tale of forbidden love, old witch Haggis helps a young man to conjure up the evil spirit of Pumpkinhead to exact revenge on the killer of his sister who is caught in the middle of their feuding families, the Hatfields and the McCoys. Horror icon Lance Henriksen (Pumpkinhead) reprises his role as the ghost of Ed Harley, who returns to caution the local townspeople about Pumpkinhead's demonic plans. This hair-raising horrorfest will be available for an SRP of $24.96. The latest chapter in the Pumpkinhead series intertwines love, deceit and murder when Jodie Hatfield (Amy Manson) and Ricky McCoy (Bradley Taylor) fall madly in love. While the families are in an uproar about the forbidden romance, Ricky's sister is murdered by the Hatfields and he wanders through the woods to find Haggis (a known witch) to help resurrect the evil spirit of Pumpkinhead to kill the rival family. He vows to be with Jodie without the burdens of her family.


Horror icon Lance Henriksen (Pumpkinhead) stars in this riveting sequel to the Pumpkinhead franchise of horror films. As long as they can remember, the Hatfields and the McCoys have been the ultimate enemies. Reprisal after reprisal has mired their once idyllic town in a bloody cycle of violence and revenge. Yet a light shines in the midst of these families' hatred: the forbidden love between two members of the next generation, Jodie Hatfield and Ricky McCoy. But now Jodie and Ricky have confessed their love for one another and their families are not happy about it. When Ricky's younger sister is brutally killed by the Hatfields, old witch Haggis finds Ricky in the woods and takes him back to the old shack where she lives. As Ricky talks about the Hatfields, how much he hates them, and how they'll never allow him to be with the girl he loves, he makes a vow to end the conflict once and for all. Ricky begs Haggis for help and she is eager to activate her evil powers for the resurrection of Pumpkinhead, the powerful demon of blood and vengeance.


Horror Icon Lance Henriksen (Pumpkinhead, AVP: Alien vs. Predator) stars in this riveting sequel to the Pumpkinhead franchise of horror films. As long as they can remember, the Hatfields and the McCoys have been at each other's throats. Reprisal after reprisal have mired their once idyllic town in a bloody cycle of violence and retribution. Yet a light shines in the midst of these families' hatred: the forbidden love between two members of the next generation, Jodie Hatfield and Ricky McCoy. But now Jodie Hatfield and Ricky McCoy have confessed their love for one another and their families are not happy about it. When Ricky's younger sister is brutally killed by the Hatfields, old witch Haggis finds Ricky in the woods and takes him back to the old shack where she lives. As Ricky talks about the Hatfields, how much he hates them, and how they'll never allow him to be with the girl he loves as long as they're alive. Ricky makes a vow to end the conflict once and for all. He soon realizes Haggis is a witch and begs her help. Haggis agrees and performs her resurrection of Pumpkinhead, the legendary demon of vengeance.


Synopsis : When the true love between two young lovers is threatened by their families violent feud, their only chance at peace leads them to summoning the monstrous pumpkin head, who brings even greater horrors. 041b061a72


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