Hellworld VIII (2005)
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Hellworld VIII Rating:
- Raoul = 4.5 / 10;
- IMDB = 4.3/10;
- Rotten Tomatoes = 3.5/10.
Hellworld VIII (2005) Synopsis:
A group of the youngster, fans of a role-playing game based on the Hellraiser theme, gets invited to a mysterious party hosted by a sinister collector of Hellraiser items, and much more.
Hellworld VIII (2005) Review:
Finally, the Hellraiser series gets back to its original roots by delivery a horror movie. Unfortunately for us fan, it is not a good one. This time, the sequel is more like a horror/teen movie. Some kills are interesting, and there are many hidden references for Hellraiser fans, but the story is very lame and the characters not credible.
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.
We are now very far from the original Hellraiser theme. Pinhead is unfortunately only present in for a few minutes and one could easily forget, after watching it, that it was a Hellraiser movie at all.
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