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This documentary is featured on 2 DVD releases for Hellraiser (1987), the Limited Edition Tin Can version and the single disc release (in a blue case). See more »

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Making Hellraiser
15 May 2016 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Hellraiser: Resurrection (2000)

*** 1/2 (out of 4)

This twenty-four minute featurette takes a look at the making of HELLRAISER and has interviews with Clive Barker, Bill Ccondon, Ashley Laurence, Doug Bradley, Christopher Young and others involved with the picture. Fans of the film will certainly enjoy hearing the various production stories and there are plenty of great ones being told. Barker starts off by saying this will be the last time he talks about the subject (it wasn't) and then goes into what he wanted to do with the movie. We learn about the casting, scoring the film and of course the special effects, which were quite ground-breaking for the time. With such a short running time there's certainly nothing excellent here and they don't go into great detail but it's still a lot of fun getting to hear from the people and there's no question that it at least gives you a good idea of what the production was like.


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