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It's Halloween in West Minister, and teenager Lynn Starks is attacked by a man wearing a pumpkin face mask in the basement of her house. Her younger brother Jonathan is carving a pumpkin in the kitchen and hears her sister crying for help. He uses the knife to protect his sister, stabbing the assaulter. When they take the mask off his face, they realize that the man is Lynn's boyfriend Alec, playing a prank on Lynn. One year later, the siblings move to Carver, and they are invited to a Halloween party in the field. Lynn introduces her friend Tammy to her brother, who is haunted by Alec, and Jonathan stays with Tammy. However, her former boyfriend Lance bullies Jonathan along the night. Meanwhile, several youngsters are attacked by someone wearing a Pumpkin Face mask, carving their faces. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The tractor and the old water truck were already on the ranch location in Lancaster, California. See more »
As the party begins, the camera reveals the party band and clearly shows the "Austin Powers" kid and the blond Charlie's Angel dancing to the music; however, immediately afterward, the camera pans to the van outside, where the same characters are making out. See more »
Twice during the end credits, the killer's face is shown while he taunts the audience and giggles hysterically. See more »
This film was very hard to rate. For a low budget horror flick, it wasn't bad, but it could have been so much better.
First, it spent entirely too much time with the actors just acing stupid. Lots of hot girls running around, but the guys were just plain dumb. It wasted a lot of time that could have been spent on horror. After all, it is a Halloween slasher film.
The old man was one of the best parts of the film. Now, he was really creepy. Lance (David Austin) and his buds were just like Draco Malfoy and his crew. You just wanted them to get their due.
The pissing on the head bit was certainly original - and funny.
Less silliness and more slashing.
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