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A comedy TV series. Fitz & Slade are the lead investigators of a special anti-crime unit that handles the bizarre and dangerous. In this "anything goes" world, both cops and criminals play fast and loose with the rules of society.
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
The scene in which Trevor is frightened by the arm in the vending machine was originally planned to feature Kirsty in the machine, and was to be shot underwater. Ashley Laurence was ambivalent about filming underwater shots, and thus the filmmakers filmed the "arm version" as backup. 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 »
Pre-credits title: "There is no greater sorrow than to recall happiness in times of misery." - Dante Alighieri See more »
The DVD features a deleted extended scene between Kirsty and Pinhead. The extension includes Pinhead talking to Kirsty about Julia, Uncle Frank, and Larry, as well as showing more footage of the Chatterer, Bound, Stitch, and Surgeon Cenobites. See more »
Hellraiser: Hellseeker restored my faith in the Hellraiser series. By having a connection to the first two Hellraiser films, it gave some strength and purpose to the film. Bringing Kirsty back was a great move and I must admit, she is quite sexy now. Having Dean Winters as the lead also made me smile because I enjoy his role in Oz. Both of them do well in the film.
Of course, having Doug Bradley as Pinhead is the real treat and I am glad he is still around to do the role instead of having some other actor try to fill his shoes. I enjoy the fact that Pinhead is the creator of these different Hells and he wields all the power. We only see Pinhead around the same amount of time as we did in Inferno, but instead of a cameo, he has a central purpose. Watching him interact with Kirsty brings back fond memories from the first films and I thought this present day adaptation was in good homage to the original. It was good seeing a number of Cenobites in this films as well, although I miss the original bunch.
I recommend checking this one out. It might be similar to Inferno but it is done better, where the past connects to the present.
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