Hellraiser: Judgment Is Actually Pretty Funny Behind-the-Scenes
An exclusive behind-the-scenes gag reel shows it wasn’t all suffering on the set of Hellraiser: Judgment. The Hellraiser franchise has come a long way since the first entry in 1987, which was the writing/directing debut of famed author Clive Barker. The film’s graphic imagery and visceral intensity left a mark on jaded horror fans at the time, and made an icon out of Doug Bradley’s Hell Priest Pinhead. The character wasn’t meant to be the star of the movie (he has less than ten minutes of screentime and isn’t even named) but Bradley’s performance and the character’s distinct soon look made him a star.
The Hellraiser series never quite achieved the popularity of A Nightmare On Elm Street or Halloween, and after the financial disappointment of the fourth entry (1996’s Hellraiser: Bloodline) the franchise has gone direct to DVD. It’s fair to say ...
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