|release date||November 30 1986|
|director||Clive Barker, Anthony Hickox, Alan Smithee etc.|
|tagline||Demon to some. Angel to others.|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisClive Barker's feature directing debut graphically depicts the tale of a man and wife who move into an old house and discover a hideous creature - the man's half-brother, who is also the woman's former lover - hiding upstairs. Having lost his earthly body to a trio of S&M demons, the Cenobites, he is brought back into existence by a drop of blood on the floor. He soon forces his former mistress to bring him his necessary human sacrifices to complete his body... but the Cenobites won't be happy about this.
The Chalz is going to do the unthinkable: he’s going to review the Hellraiser films in one review! Why? To show you what the Chalz thinks is the best and worst of a series that has reached the far side of both extremes. Yes, I know I’m not going to be able to give a good synopsis for each film in one review, but that’s not what I’m after here. What makes the Hellraiser series so awesome is each entry’s ability to stand-alone from the rest. I saw Hellraiser II: Hellbound (Unrated) before the original and had no problem catching on to the story. Sure, seeing the first will help a lot with some of the characters, but its not necessary. Everything is explained, and the following sequels set themselves apart from one another. So as to not waste anymore-precious time or space, let’s get started: …Read More