Tag Archives: Doug Bradley

Hellraiser: Hellworld (2005)

Director: Rick Bota  Writer: Clive Barker  Joel Soisson  Carl V. Dupre  Cast: Lance Henriksen – The Host Katheryn Winnick – Chelsea  Christopher Jacot – Jake Khary Payton – Derrick  Henry Cavill – Mike  Anna Tolputt – Allison Doug Bradley – Pinhead Stelian Urian – Adam    When I was finishing the Wishmaster series I felt […]

Hellraiser: Deader (2005)

Director  Rick Bota Writer: Clive Barker Benjamin Carr Cast: Kari Wuhrer – Amy Klein Paul Rhys – Winter Simon Kunz – Charles Richmond Marc Warren – Joey Georgina Rylace – Marla Doug Bradley – Pinhead Laura Paraschiv – Little Sister Cenobite Mike J. Regan – Chatterer Cenobite   The first thing I want to say […]

Nightbreed (1990)

Director: Clive Barker Writer: Clive Barker Cast: Craig Sheffer – Boone Anne Bobby – Lori David Cronenberg – Dr. Philip K. Decker Charles Haid – Captain Eigerman Hugh Quarshie – Detective Joyce Doug Bradley – Dirk Lylesberg Oliver Parker – Peloquin Christine McCorkindale – Shuna Sassi   Nightbreed is one of those movies that were […]

Hellraiser: Hellseeker (2002)

Loved the first movie, the second one was great. The third film was “meh” in my opinion even though some seem to think it’s the best in the series. The forth was an improvement although a part of it was in space which is the typical death for a horror franchise. My last review was […]

Hellraiser: Bloodline (1996)

“What you think of as pain is a shadow. Pain has a face. Allow me to show it to you. Gentlemen, I… Am… Pain.”   Hellraiser = amazing   Hellraiser: Hellbound = great movie   Hellraiser 3: Hell on Earth = a little disappointing   So where will the forth movie end upon the depth […]

Hellraiser 2: Hellbound (1988)

One thing about horror movies that scare me is the potential for a good movie to be followed up by a bad sequel. The first Hellraiser is one of my favorite films as far as tone, feel and visual athletics so I had a little hesitation the first time I watched this movie. Thankfully, I […]

Hellraiser (1987)

Simply put this movie is a modern classic; it has an iconic female lead, a villain who has surpassed the popularity of the actual films and a series that followed that may have had its ups and down but lucrative regardless. Before I get too far ahead of myself by talking about where the movie […]