|Directed by||Greydon Clark|
|Produced by||Greydon Clark|
|Written by||Jim Kouf
|Starring||Joe Don Baker
|Music by||Arthur Kempel|
|Cinematography||Nicholas Josef von Sternberg|
|Edited by||Earl Watson
|Distributed by||Jensen Farley Pictures (1983) (USA) (theatrical)
Citadel Films (1982) (Canada)
|Release date(s)||November 12, 1982|
|Running time||90 min.|
It all started exactly 13 years ago, when Mary Graves' older sister was murdered on Halloween prom night by a power-mowing maniac. Poor Mary...since then she has experienced horror, sexual frustration, even psychoanalysis, but she still sees little lawnmowers everywhere. But tonight will be different. Tonight, at the new Halloween Prom, all the questions of the past 13 years will be answered as the pumpkin headed killer has returned. But hot on their trail is an obsessed cop (Joe Don Baker) who won't allow history to repeat itself.
Allmovie wrote "Wacko virtually vanished from the face of the earth, which, as it turns out, isn't necessarily a bad thing. For its hundreds of gags and zingers, there are actually very few laughs in a seemingly endless 84-minute running time."
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