“Pumpkin snatch”

Films: Jack-O (1995)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized Area/Forest

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Family feuds are never fun. The sane ones get sidelined and the pettiness is at an all-time high. And sometimes, at least one family will do something remarkably stupid. Like summon a demon.

History: The Kellys and the Machens were enemies back in the day. But the thing that made the whole conflict moot was when one of the Machens, a Warlock, summoned the demonic killer Jack-O right before being executed. A Kelly ended up imprisoning the horrible thing in a cross-stabbed coffin for the rest of time. But then some idiot teens freed Jack-O, and now he's on the warpath again.

Notable Kills: Nothing special

Final Fate: It is the Kellys that end up bringing Jack-O down once more, with the dad pushing the demon onto a giant cross the kid is holding. After stumbling a bit with the cross lodged in his abdomen, Jack-O bursts into flames and is banished back to Hell.

Powers/Abilities: Jack-O's weapon of choice is a moderate-sized scythe.

Weakness: Only the giant cross that Jack-O was imprisoned with can kill him.

Scariness Factor: 2.5-There's a bit of difficulty in ignoring the fact that Jack-O is just a man in an incredibly obvious Halloween costume. That pumpkin just looks so foamy and fake. Still, he's still a near-invincible killer, so that counts for something.

Trivia: -This was the third film directed by Steve Latshaw, proceeded by "Dark Universe" and "Biohazard: The Alien Force".

-The scenes with John Carradine as the Warlock were filmed all the way back in 1985.

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All those times you kicked pumpkins in the face is coming back to stab you.
Imagine that thing coming at you at Halloween night.
"SomeBODY once told me the world was gonna carve me..."