A shady businessman attempts to piece together the details of the car crash that killed his wife and rendered him an amnesiac-- and left him in possession of a sinister puzzle box that summons monsters.
Troubled young Priest Father Farrell returns to deserted house that cost his friends their lives nearly 20 years ago. Plagued by guilt, flashbacks and curiosity, Father Farrell attempts to ... See full summary »
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
Gary J. Tunnicliffe,
Mike J. Regan,
Kirsty Cotten is now grown up and married to Trevor Gooden. Her memory of the events that took place back at her parent's home and the mental institution have dimmed, but she is still traumatized. One fateful day, the two get into a fatal car crash, killing Kirsty. Now, Trevor finds himself in a strange world full of sexy women, greed and murder, making him believe he may be in hell. He follows the clues all the way to Pinhead. Written by
Dimension films placed the cast and crew under a gag order, hindering Rick Bota's opportunity to promote the film when Fangoria magazine attempted to do a cover story on the film. Star Ashley Laurence, however, broke the gag order to speak about the film, claiming that she had only been paid enough money to make a payment towards a new refrigerator. See more »
When Trevor is "giving himself in" to Sage, she is lying on top of him even though only moments before he had several acupuncture needles in his stomach. See more »
What have we got here?
[pulls an eel out of Trevor's throat with tweezers]
And we have a winner. OK, zip it up, we'll finish at the morgue.
Sorry I had to leave you like that for a minute, Trev. I'm back. Can you hear me, Trevor?
Jesus, Allison, what possesses you to talk to cadavers?
What if there's no afterlife? Wouldn't you want someone to talk to you like a normal human being one last time?
[touches Trevor's hair]
You're creeping me out and I'm the coroner.
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Pre-credits title: "There is no greater sorrow than to recall happiness in times of misery." - Dante Alighieri See more »
not too bad, why doesn't this series attract more viewers like other horror series do?
It had been some time since I'd seen the first two Hellraisers, and possibly the third, and I hadn't seen any of the other sequels. It seems like a lot of genre fans have overlooked these sequels as well, for whatever reason, while the Friday the 13th, Halloween, and Nightmare on Elm Street sequels still seem to attract a fair amount of attention.
Local video stores have been selling off most of their videotapes cheaply, so I took advantage of this fact to pick up several of the Hellraiser sequels.
I enjoyed this one. It does feature relatively little of the cenobites, which no doubt may irritate many (though not as much as if they were absent entirely!). The storyline in this one largely revolves around the questions: what happened? and what is real?
I could see possibly picking up the series on DVD at the right price and watching them all through again. I'm disappointed to hear the recent news that they're remaking the first one, though.
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