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Hellraiser VIII: Hellworld [DVD]
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A group of role-playing gamers' fantasies turn horrifyingly real in this, the eighth instalment in the 'Hellraiser' franchise. Not best pleased when teenage fans construct a virtual online 'Hellworld', Pinhead (Doug Bradley) invites the group to a suitably themed party, where he quickly sets about turning their reality into a nightmare they'll never forget.
Experience a real-life nightmare in this totally unique chapter from the insanely popular series created by horror master Clive Barker. Starring Lance Henriksen (AVP: Alien vs. Predator), Katheryn Winnick (TV's Bones) and Henry Cavill (TV's The Tudors). When five hardcore Internet gamers are invited to a special party thrown by the website Hellworld, they are about to endure a night of unspeakable terror they believed only existed in cyber space. Fresh, entertaining and crawling with amazing special effects—don't miss the chilling return of Pinhead in this awesome thriller.
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The main issue is that it's fairly standard horror with the Hellraiser element being little more than branding for a fairly pedestrian series of deaths. The setup was mildly interesting in that there is an online game based on the cenobite mythos, winning the game grants an invitation to a Hellworld party and it's at the party that the victims meet the host, played by Lance Henrikson.
There are a few twists along the way, but for the most part it lacks imagination. The cenobite appearences are little more than slasher murders and lack the disturbing pain/pleasure combination that the series is famed for.
Eventually we reach the end and there's a series of reveals that managed to raise an eyebrow, but only in congratulation to myself at predicting their occurence. I've not watched them all, but for me this is the worst Hellraiser sequel yet.
The only part of this film that i enjoyed was the end, there are very few cenobite scenes and it reminds me of a poor version of the Blair Witch Project.
This is one of the worst of the bad Hellraiser films in my opinion.
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It's ok but really it's just 'Friday The 13th' with pinhead and the Hellraiser puzzle box as a side gimmick.Published 16 months ago by JONATHAN O'CONNOR