Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest WhatsApp Email Dimension’s plans are revealed The Hollywood Reporter has revealed some details we’ve been sitting on concerning Hellraiser: Revelations … Each one is worth a watch except for the last two which do not have Doug Bradley. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. If it's even remotely related to horror, I try my best to power through it. Well the last one is worth a watch, just go in with low expectations. Back in 1986 horror author and artist Clive Barker set the world afire with his novella “The Hellbound Heart” which introduced Pinhead to the horror universe. H3: Hell on Earth- As a kid, I liked it. Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth was released in 1992 and is a very ’90s movie. I'm not 100% on my details but, I'm pretty sure it was something like they created a bunch of wax figures and body parts and filmed them melting and coming apart over a few days and then used the footage in reverse as what we saw in the film. Rarely do you get to see the writer of a novel take the director’s reigns and bring his literary vision to life first-hand. In Sorvari’s Own Words: I played the mother of two kids who go away to Mexico, find the puzzle box and accidentally unleash Pinhead. If you didn't like Hellraiser 2, then it's probably not worth going on from there. Although iconic, Pinhead actually does very little in the original movie. I think the second movie tried to maintain the spirit of the first, but probably got derailed by studio intervention and thats why it became what it did. The third one kind of broke me with the CD shooting cenobite. But it's also the first to be written as a Hellraiser film since the 4th. Press J to jump to the feed. 2. I love the Hellraiser movies, and Doug Bradley killed it as Pinhead but after reading the novella the original movie has lost a bit of its charm. All Hellraiser Movies -Hellraiser -Hellraiser II: Hellbround -Hellraiser III Hell On Earth -Hellraiser IV -Hellraiser (Video Game) -Hellraiser (2000) And Mores Refine See titles to … I loved Judgement. A subreddit dedicated to the discussion of Clive Barker's Hellraiser, including the movies, music, comics, novellas and graphic novels. Give it a go!!!!! The cenobites always creeped the hell out when I was younger and I think that the whole concept of the puzzle box and the repercussions of using it was always interesting and original. They view their actions as enlightening. 52 Followers. It wasn't much more than two years ago that I finally bit the bullet and reviewed the entire HELLRAISER series. The first movie is the best. Directed by Gary J. Tunnicliffe. Hellraiser though was a revelation of pure malice and unique among everything else that year. The remainder of the series – Inferno to Judgement – was released straight to home video and does not adhere to a strict chronology. The movie wanted to explore the workings of Hell...but yeah, it lost its way. You like blood? I think Deader is the best squeal after then 2nd one. Anyway, I sat through all the Hellraisers until Hellworld. Id give 3 a shot then id stop after that. Hellraiser terrified me as a kid, the second one not so much. Pinhead is a scary demon fellow and everything, but Uncle Frank is the biggest manipulative piece of shit, psychopathic, skinless fuck in all cinema or literature. It has more of an impact on a big screen with its sexuality and deliberate malevolence and those oh so quotable moments. The sequels get pretty shitty and you'll eventually reach the point where the sequels weren't even made as a Hellraiser flick initially, they just shot a few extra scenes and added Pinhead in post. Clive Barker Thought That 'Hellraiser: Revelations' Trailer Sucked Too. He started to come into his own after Hellbound onwards. characters kept having these unexplained revelations and they'd rush around until they had another one. 5 through 8 become stand alone entries with Pinhead, the box, and past series elements being the connecting thread. I liked them all to greater and lesser degrees. I agree with u/MatsThyWit though. It has more of an impact on a big screen with its sexuality and deliberate malevolence and those oh so quotable moments. 1987 was a good year for horror movies! So how did they access Earth? Welcome to Hellraiser Wiki This Wiki is about Hellraiser and anyone can edit it. NO TEARS PLEASE. In fact, he was once human. Hellraiser: Hellworld. Thanks in advance!! Some horror fans love it, while some believe that the franchise should be laid to rest. It's a bit like Halloween. here are some things I am unclear on: If you already didn't care much for Hellraiser 2 there's really no point in continuing unless you, like me, have a real soft spot for schlock. 1987 was a good year for horror movies! I just saw Hellraiser the other day and I really liked it. A lot of people dislike the sequels after the 2nd one. Is it worth reading? The direct-to-video Hellraiser: Judgment has been causing a stir since it was released last week. Oh my god, I haven't seen Hellraiser 3 in such a long time but as soon as you said this I got a vivid mental image of that dufus. I didn't know Judgement had come out yet. Hellraiser: Revelations (2011) Hellraiser: Judgement (2018) The first four films in this series were released theatrically and feature an ongoing story that is linked chronologically. For me, Uncle Frank is the true "Big Bad" in Hellraiser. Kevin Jagernauth. It was gory, showed Pinhead as a badass and yeah. Some of the practical effects are up there with The Thing (others, like the dragon thing Barker animated himself when the movie ran out of money, not so much). The franchise is based on the novella The Hellbound Heart by English author Clive Barker, who also wrote and directed the film adaptation of his story, Hellraiser.The films, as well as the comic book series, continually feature the Cenobite Pinhead. I agree. Keep going. Never knew there was a Hellraiser comic. I still remember it vividly and gushing about the effects after leaving the cinema with my friends to wind down with pizza and cold beers. I'm not too well versed in the series so if I can get my hands on that box set cheaply I'm going to make sure I marathon the entire franchise haha. That ending was so stupid that it got stuck on my head. What didn’t you like about the Scarlet Gospels? The first Hellraiser film is a classic, there is no disputing that. What makes you think it was ghost-written? I'm a big fan of hellraiser (even collect the figures) and the only one I really didn't like was Revelations. Dimension Films’ rushed the production just so they could keep hold of the rights to the franchise. They're all very different. Freaks of nature. Hellraiser is a horror franchise that consists of 10 films, a series of books, various comic books, and additional merchandise and media. ... reddit. I thought it was mostly the same with minor changes. I've watched it again many times since and still enjoy it to this day. My question is if you shut it off within 10 or 15 minutes what are you doing telling people whether to watch it or not you never watched it yourself... unbelievable. I've only seen Hellraiser 1-4. For more than a decade /R/HORROR has been reddit.com's gateway to all things Horror: from movies & TV, to books & games. HBO is developing a potential TV series based on the Hellraiser movies. The Lost Boys and Howling 3, The Gate and Near Dark among them. BUT...I do personally think it has SOME salvageable material in it because it does after all delve into the history of the box. Clive Barker is an experimental horror auteur best known for his riveting debut feature, 1987's Hellraiser.While a polemical contribution to the genre, Hellraiser is undeniably moody, visceral, and original. Quite the curious Hellraiser flick. The cut content doesn't stop Hellraiser from being a fucking awesome movie though. He wasn't always Pinhead. Keep in mind, I can sit through bad movies. 138 articles have been contributed since its inception on June 30, 2009. Hellraiser though was a revelation of pure malice and unique among everything else that year. The Hellraiser marathon may be a whopping ten films long, but it runs just under 15 hours total. Barker's book "The Scarlet Gospels" from a couple of years ago was absolutely horrible (and most likely ghost-written). It's been a VERY long time since I've watched anything past Hellraiser 1 & 2, but I have all of them except for the two most recent ones, Revelations & Judgement. It's their loss because of their hardheadedness. With Damon Carney, Randy Wayne, Alexandra Harris, Heather Langenkamp. Are any of the rest worth watching? The movies after that were just Pinhead-as-boogeyman things. Then I watched Hellbound: Hellraiser 2 yesterday and it was ehhh...... ok. Should I keep going with the franchise? Some people say this is the first original Hellraiser script since Bloodline, but I call bullshit. And the best was probably Hellraiser judgement such an awesome story. I'd always had an attachment to the four theatrical ones (HELLRAISER and HELLBOUND: HELLRAISER II are still classics, HELLRAISER III: HELL ON EARTH is ridiculous, HELLRAISER: BLOODLINE is a mess with its hellbound heart in the right place) but had previously … Hellseeker is pretty intolerable. Howdy folks! Even then 3 is kinda eh, with a couple decent scenes. Movie: Hellraiser: Revelations (2011) Victim: Sarah Craven, played by Devon Sorvari. However, there is no disputing the series reached an all-time low with the abominable Hellraiser: Revelations (aka Hellraiser … Part 9 unfortunately gets no love from the fans. Joining forces with Detective Christine Egerton, they dig deeper into a spiraling maze of horror that may not be of this world. Only if you want your reviews to be more well-rounded and not narrow-minded like some of the other folks who won't watch Hellraiser Revelations just because Doug Bradley doesn't play Pinhead. The project comes from writers Mark Verheiden and Michael Dougherty, and David Gordon Green (Halloween) is attached to direct several initial episodes. One minute you're watching cutting edge seminal horror, the next it's just genetic slasher bullshit dressed up thanks to the trimmings of the franchise. Hellraiser: Revelations (2011) Summary: This movie was made in three weeks. When I die in the movie, giant hooks on chains come flying at me. If you are curious you could watch 3 but don't go past that. Manner of Death: Ripped apart by chains. I still watched them all though. Pinhead and his fellow Cenobites remain some of … A subreddit dedicated to the discussion of Clive Barker's Hellraiser, including the movies, music, comics, novellas and graphic novels. I think we need more Frank Cotton appreciation here. I vaguely remember all of the movies before Hellworld being tolerable (in my opinion). So it's probably not worth it. Why did the box become so special? Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. Anyone else watched the last Hellraiser? Welcome to /R/HORROR's official discussion series. While nowhere near as good as the Hellbound Heart, I did enjoy it, mostly because it expanded the Hellraiser Universe and I liked the stuff about Satan etc. None of the rest. There was a lot from the novella that obivously had to be cut, but it's still a shame. very confused by hellraiser omnibus (boom). I have a soft spot for Bloodlines, the one with the Lemarchand flashbacks and the space station storylines, which has its moments (and one big WTF moment that makes the whole film worthwhile, even if you're hating it). It's insane that movie cost only 1 million. To see the full schedule of upcoming discussions, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Hellraiser 2 is the high point of the series. If you liked the first one as much as you do then I think you're really gonna like Revelations. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. Hellraiser: Revelations (2011) This uber low budget entry from 2011 only opened at one theatre in the whole country and was shot for under $300,000 in two weeks. R/HORROR, known as Dreadit by our subscribers is the premier horror entertainment community on Reddit. I sat through the entirety of Fear dot com (which felt like an eternity; you'll know why if you ever saw it). For more than a decade /R/HORROR has been reddit.com's gateway to all things Horror: from movies & TV, to books & games. That is saying something. My biggest complaint about Hellraiser 2 is that they showed scenes from the first one! The Lost Boys and Howling 3, The Gate and Near Dark among them. Looks like I have something new to force myself to watch. Recent Posts. We all know Hellraisers 1 to 4 follow a good, set story line. I hate when movies recycle parts from their predecessors, it just seems like lazy storytelling. Violence? Really enjoy this movie and am currently trying to track down a good deal on the trilogy box set actually. But you might be interested to know that the Cenobites, even though they enjoy their work, dont ENJOY it...like they aren't out there seeking out victims. I thought it was creative and reasonably well acted, and I was impressed with the quality of the gore and what they were able to accomplish with the special effects. The most recent one (Judgement) was pretty decent imo, it gets some hate but it was made with love and it's a reasonable effort to salvage some scraps of the series. 3 definitely the worst Cenobites of the series. — Hellraiser: Judgement (2018) – 81 mins. The visual pleasure is great, but the story's bad, the ending's bad. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. H4: Bloodline- Also garbage for the most part. As before, nominations are still being accepted, so keep them coming. I highly recommend watching all of them. I think I lasted about 10 or 15 minutes before I shut it off. This site is for any and all Hellraiser information, including the comics, so if anyone has pictures of the cenobites from the comics, we encourage you to contribute them to enhance this site. It's a great series. I'll say this, if you choose to watch this one and then you look back on the original - you can see why Hellraiser had a fall … The second isn't bad, but it completely abandons the interesting mythology of the first movie and goes for a trite demons/hell/punishment analogy. And yeah, like others said stop watching now if you hated 2, it's all downhill from there. 2 is the best of the sequels. —Hellraiser: Revelations (2011) – 75 mins. He was born Elliott Spencer around the early 1900's and was an explorer of forbidden pleasures. It's well worth a watch! The original novelette was far better, as were many of the stories in the original Epic line of comics, back in the 90s. I remember it being like that in the 5th Hellraiser (with 3 and 4 being about Pinhead trying to please himself), but I thought the 2nd one was about that lady escaping hell and the dude trying to get into hell. For them, each person is just another assignment, another job; they are in a way like missionaries. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. It's still a decent horror movie, and I loved the Hellscape but it just didn't terrify me as much as the first. It's my favorite of the franchise, it's quite different from rest of the Hellraiser movies. I highly recommend watching all of them. Revelations was very not good. He makes Pinhead seem like an almost righteous force of evil in contrast. Only if you want your reviews to be more well-rounded and not narrow-minded like some of the other folks who won't watch Hellraiser Revelations just because Doug Bradley doesn't play Pinhead. Only the first four screened in theaters, but a Hellraiser direct-to-video sequel came out every few years, kept alive by true believers with no choice but to take this shit seriously, from 1996 to 2011, when series star Doug Bradley declined to play Pinhead in Hellraiser: Revelations, effectively killing the franchise. And I've always been curious about the timelines, like: if Hell is infinite, surely the Cenobites existed before the box. The main character is just confusedly stammering the whole time and can never get a sentence out. There's lots to enjoy. I've always found body horror interesting and am always looking for movies I haven't seen that explore it. R/HORROR, known as Dreadit by our subscribers is the premier horror entertainment community on Reddit. The Frank resurrection scene is one of the very best in all of horror. It's their loss because of their hardheadedness. As far as body horror goes...yeah man, this series delivers. Observations: 1. Keep going or just Jump to the 5th. spoilers spoiler nsfw I just read the omnibus and I have no idea what the hell was going on. If you ever needed more proof of just how badly this franchsie was managed, look no further than the ninth film, Hellraiser: Revelations, which was made in a couple of weeks. Detectives Sean and David Carter are on the case to find a gruesome serial killer terrorizing the city. This is the first original Hellraiser script since 1996 and it’s extremely bad. What did they cut ? But as an adult who is more knowledgeable about it, I realize that ISN'T Pinhead. It's the first one without Doug Bradley as Pinhead. Still though, I think the intention was there. Facinelli is teaming up with director Victor Garcia (Return to House on Haunted Hill, Mirrors 2, Hellraiser: Revelations) for a film that, at first, seems like it would be a better fit for something on the Lifetime channel, but things take a turn for the creepy side of things before too long. I would watch the rest of them.
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