Pumpkinhead 4: Blood Feud


Fantasy / Horror

IMDb Rating 4.4/10 10 2385 2.4K


Top cast

Amy Manson as Jodie Hatfield
Lance Henriksen as Ed Harley
Richard Durden as Old Man Hatfield
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874.13 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
P/S 2 / 1
1.58 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
P/S 1 / 5

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kevin_robbins 6 / 10

This is easily the best Pumpkinhead sequel and is definitely worth a watch for fans of the series/character

Pumpkinhead 4: Blood Fued (2007) is a movie I've been looking for forever and finally caved and watched on Amazon Prime for $10.99. The storyline follows the famous feud between the Hatfields and McCoy's when one of the Hatfields falls in love with one of the McCoys. Unfortunately for the love story, Pumpkinhead may decide he's the only one that can settle the feud between the two sides...

This movie is directed by Michael Hurst (House of the Dead II) and stars Lance Henriksen (Aliens), Rob Freeman (Saving Private Ryan), Amy Manson (T2 Trainspotting) and Richard Durden (Batman).

The movie starts with a great kill scene. The storyline for this is pretty bad and the dialogue and script is uneven. However, the Pumpkinhead special effects are solid and the gore and kill scenes were better than I expected. Henriksen was awesome in this and ties this film back to the first film well.

This is easily the best Pumpkinhead sequel and is definitely worth a watch for fans of the series/character. I would score this a 5.5/10 and recommend seeing it once.

Reviewed by Fella_shibby 7 / 10

Way better than part 2 n part 3. This one has lottuva body count in gory ways.

I first saw this in 2007 on a dvd which I own.

Revisited it recently.

The gore n the body count is the highlight along with the towering creature.

But again there is zero atmosphere n no tension or suspense.

Few amazing stuff: Head crushing via the monster's foot.

Head smashing in a bear trap.

Head being decapitated via the monster's hands as if the monster picking up some football.

A man gets impaled by the monster's hand.

A man's intestine gets crushed by the monster's foot.

Some wtf moments: The sheriff is well aware that the monster cant be killed via bullets or any other means and he is well aware how to kill the monster but like a stupid fella he shoots the monster n faces the monster rather than hide or rather than kill Ricky (the person who brought the monster).

The stupid sheriff somehow survives the huge blow after being thrown in the air by the monster. Yet the sheriff doesn't shoot Ricky.

Suddenly the two elders (Old Man Hatfield n Papa McCoy) from the two rival families disappear as if they never existed.

Amy Manson is a hot babe but the movie has zero nudity.

Reviewed by Wuchakk 5 / 10


The appeal of the original "Pumpkinhead" (1988) was its creepy atmosphere, serious vibe, malevolent monster and the always reliable Lance Henriksen, but other than these factors it wasn't anything noteworthy. As far as overall entertainment goes, practically every Friday the 13th sequel was/is superior.

"Pumpkinhead 4: Blood Feud" (2007) is the third sequel and -- although it was shot in Romania rather than California -- it stays true to the original concept by having a similar revenge plot and features the three main characters of the original: Ed Harley (Henriksen), albeit now a ghost; the ugly, old witch; and, of course, Pumpkinhead itself. Although Henriksen is 18 years older he's just fine; the witch looks almost exactly the same; as does Pumpkinhead. Speaking of which, some complain about the appearance of Pumpkinhead, but he (it) looks great to me; I know it's probably done via CGI, unlike the original, but it works and I couldn't discern any strings, so to speak.

The unique thing here is that the story involves a modern-day take on the Hatfield/McCoy feud crossed with Romeo & Juliet, which I found interesting.

The creature is featured prominently throughout, as are Henriksen and the witch, and there's loads of gore, but I didn't find the story or the characters all that compelling. It's not bad, but it's not good either; it's somewhere in between. The story needed more drawing power. Still, it's a decent sequel.


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