Pinhead is stuck in a block after the Big Confrontation in "Hellbound," The block containing Pinhead and the puzzle cube is bought by a young playboy as sculpture. Pinhead busies himself escaping by getting the playboy to lure victims to his presence so he can use their blood. Once free, he seeks to destroy the puzzle cube so he need never return to Hell, but a female reporter is investigating the grisly murders and stands in his way. Written by
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Writer 'Peter Atkins' was originally meant to direct the film but when Miramax bought the series, they felt he didn't have enough experience. See more »
In the scene where Joey is playing through the video from the asylum, the video suddenly cuts to a man who tells her that the woman subject in the video is telling the truth. She rewinds the tape, but the screen is now blank. However, the reflection of her glasses clearly show that there is still a man on the screen. See more »
[referring to the Pillar of Souls]
You want it?
Is it yours?
No. Not mine. Yours.
How much you want for it?
Whatever you think it's worth.
Exactly the figure I had in mind. Take pleasure in it.
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Watching this film as part of a four movie Hellraiserthon, I was full of expectation after the brilliance of the first two films. This third venture was a total disappointment, replacing the plot and tension of the earlier films with pretty girls and lots of mindless violence. The only saving grace was the excellent performance by Doug Bradley as a very confident and menacing Pinhead. Personally, I'd watch the first two films many times again, but skip this vacation from quality.
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