Hellraiser: Inferno (2000)
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Hellraiser: Inferno (2000)Rating:
- Dylan = 5 / 10;
- Raoul = 4 / 10;
- IMDB = 5.6/10;
- Rotten Tomatoes = 3.5/10.
Hellraiser: Inferno (2000) Synopsis:
In his quest for a man called “the Engineer”, a detective opens a mysterious box found on the crime scene and get tangled in a nightmarish world.
Hellraiser: Inferno (2000) Review:
From this movie on, the Hellraiser series takes a new turn and dramatically loses its interest, mainly because the movies are not really horror movies anymore, but thrillers. The story in the fifth sequel is not bad, but the movie is unbelievably slow and gets really boring.
Supernatural villain Pinhead finds himself on the wrong side of the law in this, the fifth film in the Hellraiser franchise. Joseph (Craig Sheffer) is a detective with the LAPD who one morning discovers he’s no longer living in California. He’s been exiled to Hades, and the only way to escape is by solving the mystery of the all-powerful puzzle box. The box is now in the hands of the fearsome demon Pinhead (Doug Bradley), and Joseph finds himself in a life-and-death struggle with the demon for control of the puzzle box. Hellraiser: Inferno also stars Nicholas Turturro as Tony, Sasha Barrese as Daphne, Noelle Evans as Melanie, and James Remar as Dr. Paul Gregory.
The few nightmarish hallucinations are good, but there is not enough of them and you sometimes found yourselves watching a detective movie instead. Luckily, the design of the cenobites and a few good scenes here and there compensates for this, making this movie watchable, but only for fans of the series.
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