In the 1960's a deformed boy named Tommy is tormented by a gang of teenaged boys and is strung up by ropes near the entrance of a closed iron mine. They let go and he plummets to his death. In the present day a new sheriff (Andrew Robinson) has moved to town with his new wife and daughter, Jenny (Ami Dolenz). She quickly gets involved with a group of troubled teens. They break into the old house of the local witch, steal a potion and accidently set her home on fire. The old woman survives and is taken to the hospital, where she summons the Pumpkinhead monster. The creature first tears apart a butcher, a guy who is having sex with Linnea Quigley, Kane Hodder and a few others. The witch dies but sits up and explains how she was the guardian of Tommy's soul and that he was the son of Pumpkinhead. She says that after the monster kills the original six boys--now men-- of the gang who killed him all those years ago he'll go after the kids who were responsible for her death.
This movie is better than I remembered it. However, the one thing that disappointed me was that I expected the monster to have wings this time around--yet the wings in the title refer to something completely different--and lame.