Pumpkinhead 4: Blood Feud

2007

Fantasy / Horror

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IMDb Rating 4.5 10 2152

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Director

Cast

Richard Durden as Old Man Hatfield
Amy Manson as Jodie Hatfield
Lance Henriksen as Ed Harley
720p.WEB
874.13 MB
1280*714
English 2.0
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 5 / 10

Problematic but still the best of the three sequels

I enjoyed the original Pumpkinhead, but the three sequels are not as good. The best for me was this one, though Ashes to Ashes isn't bad either. Blood Wings was severely lacking for me. What I did like about Blood Feud was that it wasn't too bad visually. The effects are a little better than they were in Ashes to Ashes, the scenery is appropriately eerie as well as looking beautiful and the photography is thankfully not as frenzied. The music is haunting, what ties this movie with the original are used well and while the titular character doesn't show up for at least 40 minutes, while not having the impact he makes in the original, he is at least frightening. Lance Henrikssen is very good, he puts a lot of effort into the role and it shows. However, I was largely uninterested with what was going on until he showed up. The story of the Hatfields and McCoys is clichéd and often unbelievable, and is further hampered by plodding character exposition, and even then the characters felt under-written. The writing is rather trite and sometimes cheesy and most of the acting apart from Henrikssen is poor, sometimes even amateurish. All in all, the best of the three sequels but also could have been much better. 5/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by claudio_carvalho 6 / 10

Doomed Love

In spite of the long feud between the Hatfields and the McCoys because of a car accident, Jodie Hatfield (Amy Manson) and her boyfriend Ricky McCoy (Bradley Taylor) love each other and are planning to leave their families and move to another place. During the night, after the Hatfields having trashed a McCoy wedding, Jodie sneaks out from her house to meet Ricky, while his young sister Sara (Maria Roman) looks out for them. However, Jodie is followed and they are found together in the woods by Jodie's brothers Bobby Joe (Ovidiu Niculescu) and Billy Bob (Elias Ferkin) that accidentally kill Sara. Ricky seeks revenge, going to the house of the witch of the woods Haggis (Lynne Verrall) that summons Pumpkinhead to kill all the Hatfields except Jodie. When his vengeance is set in motion, the Hatfields are attacked by the demon in a bloodshed night.

"Pumpkinhead: Blood Feud" uses the forbidden romance between a young couple of two families in permanent feud and a tragic love story like in Romeo and Juliet to bring back the powerful demon Pumpkinhead in another bloodshed. This television movie is not as bad as indicated in many reviews; actually I liked the enjoyable story and I found it underrated with the 4.5 IMDb Rating. My vote is six.

Title (Brazil): "Pumpkinhead 4: Maldição Sangrenta" ("Pumpkinhead 4: Bloody Curse")

Reviewed by Coventry 5 / 10

Romeo, Juliet … and Pumpkinhead!

Presumably due to a severe shortage of inspiration and creativity amongst the newer generation of filmmakers, quite a lot of 80's and early 90's horror film franchises were picked up during the 00's. Most of them simply got remade, but some franchises suddenly received two or more belated sequels that nobody ever asked for. Seemingly overnight, there came new entries in popular 80's horror franchises like "Sleepaway Camp", "Return of the Living Dead" and "Pumpkinhead". The latter film is a modest genre classic, directed by the late Stan Winston, and introducing a unique type of demon that extracts bloody vengeance in your place! Nearly twenty years after the original, there are two new installments entitled "Ashes to Ashes" and this "Blood Feud". "Blood Feud" is basically a reworking of William Shakespeare's famous tale of "Romeo & Juliet", but with a hideous demon thrown in. Jodie Hatfield and Ricky McCoy are two hopelessly-in-love teenagers, but their love is forbidden because of an ancient family feud. When a couple of Jodie's hillbilly brothers kill Ricky's younger sister, he takes her dead body to the local witch Haggis and demands the resurrection of Pumpkinhead. In spite of all warnings coming from Ed Harley, who's restless ghost is still dwelling around after all these years, the humongous demon comes to life and promptly goes on a devastating killing spree. Apart from the horribly clichéd and implausible family feud story, this is actually a rather enjoyable horror movie. The titular demon still looks impressive and there are a couple of truly engrossing massacres to behold, for example when one of the characters tries to amputate his own leg with a switchblade knife because he's stuck in a bear trap and Pumpkinhead is approaching. There's plenty of action and even suspense to make you forget the imbecilic plot and inferior acting performances. Lance Henriksen walks around the film purposelessly, but I guess it's good marketing to be able to display his name on the DVD box.

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