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.
In this ninth installment of the Hellraiser franchise, two friends discover a puzzle box in Mexico, which opens a gateway to Hell. Before long, dermatological nightmare Pinhead has returned... See full summary »
Six years after Michael Myers last terrorized Haddonfield, he returns there in pursuit of his niece, Jamie Lloyd, who has escaped with her newborn child, for which Michael and a mysterious cult have sinister plans.
The youngsters Chelsea, Allison, Derrick and Mike are grieving the suicide of their friend Adam, who became obsessed with an internet game called Hellworld. Their former friend Jake blames the group since they have not stopped playing the game even when Adam was unstable. When they receive an invitation to a Hellworld party in an isolated mansion, the reluctant Chelsea decides to join the group and they surprisingly find Jake in the party. He explains that he was invited by a girl he met in a chat room. They are hosted by the owner of the place, who shows them his private macabre collection. Along the night, they find that they are in a party in hell. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
When Chelsea returns to the house she runs through the front door and the door behind her is still open. In the next shot, the door is closed. See more »
[the Host opens the Lament Configuration and faces Pinhead, Bound, and Chatterer]
Welcome. Welcome to Hell.
This is not happening.
Seeing is believing. I should have come for you a long time ago.
Hellworld. There's no Hellworld. It doesn't exist.
Your son was quite the prodigy. He opened the gateway to Hell. But you never believed yourself, did you?
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Performed by Unida
Written by John Garcia, Arthur Seay, Dave Dinsmore & Miguel Cancino
Courtesy of Man's Ruin Records & Windswept
Published by Proud To Be A Mexican/Ta Weno Music/Rod Hammers Organization/Burning Leaf
By Arrangement With Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI) See more »
I don't waste my words for this movie. I knew the Comics the movies and the novel. The first from Bota was good. Better then INFERNO. I make it short. Bad acting. Bad Pinhead. Bad Light. Bad music. Bad writing. Bad. bad. Bad. Bad DIRECTOR. The Horror in this movie is very small. The actors plays like bored first time actors. And this modern editing with Rockmusic and speeder velocity is out. And why teens. Why not older People? Please Mr. Bota. Stop to direct the Hellraiser movies. Every Hellraiser fan would make a better Hellraiser movie. A bad 3 from a bad 10. I couldn't believe it how bad and uninspiring that movie is.
I hope Barker never see this. ;)
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