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Earth has been silenced and mankind eradicated by one final war. Now in the bowels of Hell Pinhead, Leader of the Cenobites finds himself bored, tortured by his own immortality and facing the fear that his own dark legion will eventually turn upon him. The only thing left to do?..the last possible slice of sensation he can experience?...to open the puzzle box himself.
Gary J. Tunnicliffe
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It's the year 2127. Pinhead, the evil cenobite of the series, has found himself on board a space station in outer space, run by scientist Dr.Merchant. Dr. Merchant's mission is to close the gates to hell forever. Because his ancestor, a toymaker in the 18th century, built the evil puzzlebox that opens the gates to hell. And through the generations, the family of the bloodline has tried to stop it. But now, Dr.Merchant has built the reverse box. The box that will close the gates to hell instead of opening it. Written by
"Air conditioning" is misspelled as "air conditionioning" on the floor plans reviewed by the twin security guards around halfway through the movie. See more »
Young... unformed... oh, what appetites I could teach him.
Just give him to me, please!
Aha ha, oh, you suffer beautifully. But I am here for business, not pleasure.
Just tell me what you want!
Oh, I want bait... live bait...
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The end credits have the "Filmed in Panavision" moniker, suggesting the film was shot in cinema-scope (2.35:1), however the film was shot in flat (1.85:1) ratio. The end credit was more than likely meant to read "Filmed with Panavision cameras and lenses". See more »
Although there has been much stick of this film as being more of the same, for me it does it with bells on.
For starters, Doug Bradley pulls of his best performance as Pinhead without question. He delivers his lines with conviction. Rimmer is a strong addition to the story line, and I hope the next film creates a connection between her and the toy maker.
The effects were impressive considering the budget. Spacial shots were created with much detail, and the dog scared the wits out of me!!
All round as a film it was the exact length, the suspense was maintained throughout, and it retained the horror of Clive Barker's original masterpiece.
Shame its not available to buy on video in the UK.
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