Pulvis Et Umbra Sumus
- Jan 24, 2012
Honestly, I actually like III and to an extend IV. They are not up par with I and II but I enjoy them nonentheless.
Doug Bradley was in every Hellraiser film except for Revelations. Which is the ninth one in the series.Darks63 said:I mean hell after the 5th on Doug Bradley does not reprise his role as pinhead and your know thats a bad sign.
Hellraiser Revelations beats Hellworld for the worst in the series. At least Hellworld had Lance Henriksen and Doug Bradley. Revelations is just cringeworthy.Rebel_Raven said:Oh come on, it's not like Hell on Earth the WORST Hellraiser movie ever. Hellraiser: Hellworld, anyone? I'm not going to spoiler it, but I think it was the absolute worst of them all.
Yep, there's been 9, total Hellraiser movies, and I've seen most, if not all of them, though I'm hard pressed to remember them all since it's been so long. I should probably try to remedy that some time.
It really is a shame to me when a horror series loses it's way, though. Especially Wishmaster.
But from your reply alone here, you know why it belongs here and why it would be hard to do.animeh1star1a said:
I can't help but notice that you point this out on a video that doesn't deploy that defense at all but instead one that opted for the other common defense of "Oh sure, it wasn't as good as the others in its series but it was a good movie in its own right."Zhukov said:I can't help but notice that a lot of these movie defenses of yours essentially consist of, "Well, at least you can laugh at how bad it is."