Detectives Sean and David Carter are on the case to find a gruesome serial killer terrorizing the city. Joining forces with Detective Christine Egerton, they dig deeper into a spiraling maze of horror that may not be of this world.
The plot of Children of the Corn: Runaway follows a young pregnant Ruth who escapes a murderous child cult in a small Midwestern town. She spends the next decade living anonymously in an ... See full summary »
Detectives Sean and David Carter are on the case, to hunt down a gruesome serial killer terrorising the city. Joining forces with Detective Christine Egerton, they dig deeper into a spiralling maze of horror that may not be of this world. Could the judgement awaiting the killer's victims also be waiting for Sean?
Though given third billing in the opening credits, Heather Langenkamp is only on screen in one scene, for less than 45 seconds, and is hardly recognizable in aging makeup. See more »
At a little before 25:00 minutes in, when the detectives enter the crime scene at the children's park, there is a mirror as a part of the playground. When one of the detectives moves to reveal the mirror, you can see what appears to be a crew member holding a boom mic. See more »
I am a HUGE fan of the Hellraiser mythos.
The aesthetics, the lore, the characters.
After watching the original as a teenager the lead character 'Pinhead' needled his way into my consciousness as the primary 'horror character' of my dreams/nightmares.
He left such an impression that it wasn't long before i chased down his original appearance in Clive Barker's (master of the macabre) novella 'The Hellbound Heart' and became absolutely smitten for life.
Armed with such impressive enthusiasm i devoured every Hellraiser movie as soon as it became available.
My infatuation notwithstanding i couldn't help but notice the gradual decline in quality as each subsequent effort was released.
Apart from 'Hellraiser 4 - Bloodline' there was a clear degradation in the caliber of film being presented.
It was getting beyond embarrassing.
Understandably my expectations for the 10th film were about as high as my expectations of answering the door to a scantily clad Drew Barrymore offering me a cigar made from rolled up $100 notes, as she ushered me onto her private jet for a life of pool-side tickle-fighting.
My impression from having JUST finished watching the movie is,... relief.
The people who made this film DIDN'T just churn out the product and slap the 'Hellraiser' name on it like the last 5 movies.
There was some actual THOUGHT put into the script and i was grateful to not be able to predict the plot at every turn.
This is in no way the BEST film in the world, or even the best film in the series, but easily in MY top 3 of the series.
If you're in to Hellraiser like I am, then im sure you'll enjoy it.
If you're NOT into Hellraiser,.. then i hereby forbid you to watch it. lol
Thanks to whoever made this movie, i really enjoyed the ending and i'd love it if you made more.
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