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Pumpkinhead: Ashes to Ashes (2006)

Cast: Doug Bradley, Douglas Roberts, Lisa McAllister
Director: Jake West, Jake West
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Studio: Sony Pictures
Genre: Horror, Supernatural/Occult, Killer Critters, Quest, Revenge
Running Time: 95 min.
Languages: English, French, Portuguese
Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Japanese
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Synopsis
Two horror heavyweights go head to head as Hellraiser hell-spawn Doug Bradley and Aliens android Lance Henriksen resurrect the demon of vengeance in this entry into the popular fright franchise from Evil Aliens director Jake West. A small backwoods community has discovered that the local mortician has been cutting corners by dumping the bodies of their loved ones in a nearby swamp as opposed to cremating them as promised. Infuriated by the horrific desecration endured by the dearly departed, the residents of the town seek out a local witch with the power to resurrect the demon of vengeance. As the demon Pumpkinhead rises to claim the lives of all who took part in the abominable scheme, the eccentric town physician who masterminded an illegal organ donor business makes it his mission to murder any and all who played a part in unleashing the murderous monster. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

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This is the 3rd film in the Pumpkinhead series by JEFRYE61 March 15, 2010 - 8:54 PM PDT
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This one was pretty good, and a decent follow-up to the first. The effects were a bit low-budget, and there was some very obvious CGI rendering, but the story itself was worth watching. But the film made a return to the original ideas of what pumpkinhead is, and also a return to darkly beautiful backgrounds and a creepy atmosphere, though not in the same style as the first. A good film that redeems the series, and a close second in quality to the first.




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