A few weeks back we reported that Devon Sorvari (The Dark, The Realm), Steven Brand (as “Dr. Ross Craven”), Sanny Van Heteren (as “Kate Bradley”), Tracey Fairaway (as “Emma”) and Daniel Buran (as “Vagrant”) were all cast (more info on their character) in Dimension Films’ low budget Hellraiser: Revelations, now filming in Los Angeles under the direction of Víctor Garcia (Return to House on Haunted Hill, Mirrors II). Bloody Disgusting was the first to tell the horror world that Derek Mears was the new Jason Voorhees, now we’ve got the exclusive scoop on who will replace Doug Bradley as the infamous “Pinhead”!! You’ll find the details inside, along with the name of who will be playing “Pseudo-Pinhead”.
We’ve been doing some hard digging over the past week and finally got exclusive confirmation that Stephan Smith Collins (pictured below – he looks pretty badass) will star as your new Pinhead in Victor Garcia’s Hellraiser: Revelations.
FX specialist Gary J. Tunnicliffe penned the screenplay that follows two friends who unleash Pinhead, who becomes their master of pain. Apparently, one of the friends has a change of heart. He backs out on his oath hoping to swap himself out with one of his friend’s family members.
In addition, we learned that Nick Eversman (Vampires Suck) has been cast as “Steven” and Jay Gillespie will star as “Nico / Pseudo-Pinhead”.
Th character “Steve” is the son of Sarah (possibly Devon Sorvari) and Ross (Steven Brand). His character kicks off the mayhem while on a backpacking trip in Mexico with his friend Nico (Gillespie). On their trip the duo are presented with a choice to “experience a reality beyond current existence”thanks to the infamous puzzle box. Pinhead becomes his master.
The story continues as Nico realizes that he’s commitment to Pinhead forever, and thus attempts a daring switch plan to release himself from the puzzle box. But apparently things go wrong as he’s also said to be starring as “Pseudo-Pinhead”. This Pseudo-Pinhead is such a devoted servant of Pinhead, he mimics his appearance as closely as possible and revels in the pain that leads to his pleasure. There may also be a stunt actor playing this role.
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