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New Cenobites will rise in the next chapter in the horror saga Hellraiser: Judgment. Today, we have a look at two of these monstrous beings from Hell. Meet The Butcher and The Surgeon! They're definitely enough to give you nightmares. Jillyan Blundell is the one hiding under the Surgeon's mask, while Joel Decker carries the weight of The Butcher.
These latest images arrive courtesy of TwoHoursintheDark. Writer/director Gary Tunnicliffe is in post-production on Judgment. It is being called his personal take on the Hellraiser series, and as such, stands slightly outside of the franchise. Apparently, a complete reboot of the series is also on the way soon, with original creator Clive Barker involved.
This next sequel stars horror icon and Nightmare on Elm Sreet alum Heather Langenkamp, who is famous for playing Freddy Krueger's most infamous nemesis ever, Nancy. She appears in an ensemble cast that also includes Damon Carney, »
Longtime Hellraiser make-up artist Gary J. Tunnicliffe has stepped into the director’s chair for Hellraiser: Judgement, the tenth instalment of the long-running horror franchise, and with the film currently in post-production he’s shared a couple of images, giving us a look at two of the new Cenobites – The Butcher and The Surgeon; check them out here…
See Also: First image of the new Pinhead from Hellraiser: Judgment
“I promise you a horror film that will have moments unlike any other you have ever seen,” writes Tunnicliffe on his site. “Dimension films have been incredibly generous and shown an enormous amount of faith in letting me write and direct Hellraiser: Judgment, a film that is not just the simple recycling of the Hellraiser formula; a film that will boast some of the strangest, most bizarre, horrific and thought provoking sequences ever seen in the horror genre. I know you’ve been let down, »
- Gary Collinson
When I originally started digging into the alleged new Hellraiser film I had discovered that it may or may not be connected to Gary Tunnicliffe‘s passion project, Judgement. From where I was standing, it looked as if his Judgement screenplay has been pigeon-holed into becoming the next Hellraiser, currently titled Hellraiser: Judgment. When I spoke to him, he explained that it was actually the other way […] »
It’s difficult to get excited about the Hellraiser franchise these days. It’s so far removed from where it began that most people have written it off entirely. Regardless, special effects mastermind Gary Tunnicliffe currently has his hands full with the… Continue Reading →
The post Check Out the Short Flick that Inspired Gary Tunnicliffe’s Hellraiser: Judgment appeared first on Dread Central. »
- Todd Rigney
Yesterday we brought you Part 1 of our chat with filmmaker Gary Tunnicliffe on his currently in post-production flick Hellraiser: Judgment, and today we dig into the film’s all new Cenobites, the inclusion of A Nightmare on Elm Street actress… Continue Reading →
The post Exclusive: Gary Tunnicliffe Talks Hellraiser: Judgment (Part 2); New Image from the Set appeared first on Dread Central. »
- Sean Decker
Pinhead’s back, and FX maven and filmmaker Gary Tunnicliffe spilled to us last night regarding his forthcoming written and directed feature Hellraiser: Judgment, the latest installment in the subversive Clive Barker-created, long-running Dimension film series. No stranger to the world,… Continue Reading →
- Sean Decker
Actor Paul T. Taylor (Sin City) is the new man under the make-up for the film, taking over from original Pinhead Doug Bradley, who played the character in the original 1987 film from Clive Barker and in it’s seven sequels.
See Also: Concept art and story details for Hellraiser: Judgment
“Detectives Sean and David Carter are on the case to find a gruesome serial killer terrorizing the city. Joining forces with Detective Christine Egerton, they dig deeper into a spiraling maze of horror that may not be of this world. Could the Judgment awaiting the killer’s victims also be waiting for Sean?”
- Scott J. Davis
He's back! But he's not exactly the same Cenobite we remember from the original 1987 horror classic Hellraiser. Doug Bradley opted out of returning for Hellraiser: Judgment, the tenth movie in this long running franchise. Taking over the role of Pinhead is Paul T. Taylor. And as you can see in the poster below, he looks pretty great.
It was announced last month that special effects maestro Gary J. Tunnicliffe would be making his directorial debut with Hellraiser: Judgment. With shooting taking place just earlier this year, the man is already in post-production. And has provided Bloody Disgusting with this exclusive first look at the movie.
Heather Langenkamp, who plays the iconic Nancy in the original A Nightmare on Elm Street, dropped the news that this sequel was happening. She is joined in the ensemble cast by another horror veteran, John Gulager, as well as Damon Carney, Randy Wayne, »
Hellraiser fans felt rather deflated a couple of weeks back when a new movie was announced with Doug Bradley – who famously played the role – not returning again to reprise his role. Well, it looks like we’ve got our new Pinhead.
Director Gary Tunnicliffe has announced that Paul T. Taylor (Sin City) will take on the iconic role, calling him, “a classically trained stage and film actor who brings a great physical presence and more than a hint of Peter Cushing and Ralph Fiennes. I can’t wait to get him bound in leather, gridded up and in front of the camera and on screens!”
Bradley publicly denounced the movie when it was announced, saying he had to sign a wavier just to read the script. Tunnicliffe responded via Facebook saying, “I was thrilled and excited to call Doug and let him know I was writing and directing Hellraiser: »
- Luke Owen
The eternal tormentor returns in Dimension Films’ Hellraiser: Judgment, the tenth film in the franchise created by Clive Barker. With production currently underway on the project, the actor playing Pinhead has been revealed, along with the rest of the main cast, which includes an actress from another enduring horror franchise, A Nightmare on Elm Street.
Bloody Disgusting reports that Paul T. Taylor plays Pinhead in Hellraiser: Judgment. An actor with experience both on the stage and in front of the camera, Taylor has appeared in a number of films and TV shows, including Sin City, Deadroom, and Super. Hellraiser: Judgment director Gary J. Tunnicliffe told Fangoria that Taylor will bring “more than a hint of Peter Cushing and Ralph Fiennes” to the role of Pinhead.
A horror icon that has haunted generations of viewers, Pinhead was brought chillingly to life by Doug Bradley in the first eight »
- Derek Anderson
To quickly recap a handful of recent stories we’ve published here on Dread, makeup effects artist Gary Tunnicliffe is hard at work shooting Hellraiser: Judgement, a brand new installment in the franchise that will not feature Doug Bradley as Pinhead.… Continue Reading →
The post Hellraiser: Judgement Cast Revealed; Meet the New Pinhead appeared first on Dread Central. »
- John Squires
Shooting on the project, the tenth film in the series, is being directed by make-up expert Gary J. Tunnicliffe. In the new film two detectives are on the case to find a gruesome serial killer terrorizing the city. Joining forces with a third, they dig deeper into a spiraling maze of horror that may not be of this world.
The new film is not a reboot, rather a new sequel which also boasts a cast that includes Heather Langenkamp, Damon Carney, Randy Wayne, Alexandra Harris, John Gulager, Diane Ayala Goldner, Mike J. Regan, Andi Powers, Jeff Fenter, Helena Grace Donald and Grace Montie. Filming gets underway shortly. »
- Garth Franklin
Next actor to play iconic Pinhead role announced. Bloody Disgusting revealed today the freshly announced cast of director Gary Tunnicliffe’s upcoming franchise entry Hellraiser: Judgement, including the face of the man who will be the next Pinhead. The most famous cenobite in the Barkerverse will be played by Sin City and Super actor Paul T.…
The post This is Not Doug Bradley…But Meet the Next Pinhead! appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »
- Chris Alexander
Earlier this month, we reported that the Hellraiser movie is shooting soon, entitled Hellraiser: Judgement. This is not the Hellraiser remake that is bringing original director Clive Barker back to the franchise, but the 10th chapter in the ongoing saga that already exists. The sequel is now confirmed to be titled Hellraiser: Judgement, with some calling it Hellraiser X: Judgement, which has make-up artist extraordinaire Gary J. Tunnicliffe confirmed to direct. Today we have a new report from Bloody-Disgusting, which confirms several new cast members, including the new Pinhead, played by Paul T. Taylor.
Paul T. Taylor is set to play the new Pinhead, with other new cast members including Heather Langenkamp as the "chain-smoking Landlady," Damon Carney as Detective Sean Carter, Randy Wayne as Detective David Carter and Alexandra Harris as Detective Christine Egerton. Before we get to even more new casting additions, the site also offered some plot details. »
Last week it was announced that horror FX mastero Gary Tunnicliffe is set to direct the tenth instalment of the Hellraiser franchise titled Hellraiser: Judgement, albeit without franchise veteran Doug Bradley, who will not be reprising the role of Pinhead after declining to sign a non-disclosure agreement for the script.
Well, thanks to Bloody Disgusting, we now have some plot and character details for Judgment, with the site revealing a brief synopsis for the film: “Detectives Sean and David Carter are on the case to find a gruesome serial killer terrorizing the city. Joining forces with Detective Christine Egerton, they dig deeper into a spiraling maze of horror that may not be of this world. Could the Judgment awaiting the killer’s victims also be waiting for Sean?”
The site also offered up some concept art and casting breakdowns:
The Auditor – Male, 40-60. All business, very matter-of-fact. Clearly not of this earth. »
- Gary Collinson
Welcome to Outrage Watch, HitFix's semi-regular rundown of entertainment-related kerfuffles. Not feeling anxious enough already? Get your fix of righteous indignation below, and stay posted for outrage updates throughout the week. Doug Bradley is a British actor who rose to fame thanks to his role as the iconic white-faced demon Pinhead in the Hellraiser film series. So why is he ripping into the franchise's latest installment? In a slam posted to his official Facebook page earlier this week, the actor badmouthed the project in no uncertain terms, claiming he walked away from reprising the demonic ghoul in Hellraiser; Judgment after being told he would have to sign a non-disclosure agreement (a standard document that threatens legal action if the signee publicly discloses details of the project) before the script could be sent to him. "This was a three page document preventing me from talking about the script 'in restrooms', 'on elevators', »
- Chris Eggertsen
Let’s recap what we know so far. Dimension Films has hired makeup effects artist Gary Tunnicliffe to direct the next installment in the Hellraiser franchise, and Doug Bradley won’t be returning to play Pinhead. The good news? A Nightmare on… Continue Reading →
- John Squires
Earlier this week, we announced that a new Hellraiser movie is shooting soon. This is not the Hellraiser remake that is bringing original director Clive Barker back to the franchise. Instead, this is the 10th chapter in the ongoing saga that already exists. The sequel is now confirmed to be titled Hellraiser: Judgement, with some calling it Hellraiser X: Judgement. FX and make-up artist extraordinaire Gary J. Tunnicliffe is now confirmed to direct.
The news surprised longtime fans of the franchise, as they weren't expected to see a new Hellraiser go into production so soon. As the sequel had never been mentioned in the trades. A Nightmare on Elm Street actress Heather Langenkamp broke the news herself when she revealed to ScareTissue.com that she has a cameo in the movie. Though, it isn't known how big her role may be.
Bloody Disgusting announced today that shooting has already begun on the sequel. »
Hellraiser 10: A surprise new installment in the Hellraiser horror film series is now in production. Doug Bradley, who appeared in the first eight installments as the fearsome Pinhead (above), says he declined to even read the script because it would require that he sign a legal document preventing him from talking about it. Heather Langenkamp (A Nightmare on Elm Street) says she has a small role in the movie, which was written and will be directed by Gary Tunnicliffe. [JoBlo/Dread Central] Catherine the Great: Keira Knightley is in early talks to star as Catherine the Great in an untitled biographical drama that will be directed by Barbra Streisand. Kristina Lauren Anderson wrote the screenplay based on the life of the Russian leader, who ruled from...
- Peter Martin
In news that has shocked and surprised some horror fans, the first Hellraiser movie in five years is about to start shooting this month. And it will star an iconic genre actress. But perhaps most disappointing is that Doug Bradley will not be reprising his legendary role as infamous Cenobite Pinhead.
This new Hellraiser is not the long rumored remake, and Clive Barker is not involved on any level. The script comes from make-up artist Gary J. Tunnicliffe, who will also be directing. This latest sequel follows 2011's Hellraiser: Revelations, which Doug Bradley also refused to participate in. It was A Nightmare on Elm Street actress Heather Langenkamp that broke the initial news to horror website ScareTissue.com. From out of nowhere, she dropped the bombshell that she will have a cameo.
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