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On 27 November 2006 The Hellraiser Films And Their Legacy was released. The non-fiction book chronicled the production of the films, their spin-offs, and the franchise’s legacy in popular culture. Hellraiser is a horror franchise that consists of ten films, a series of books, various comic books, and additional merchandise and media. The series’ storyline focuses on a puzzle box that opens a gateway to the Hell-like realm of the Cenobites, an order of formerly human monsters who harvest human souls to torture in sadomasochistic experiments. In 1988, a sequel titled Hellbound: Hellraiser II follows Dr. Julia, who was stuck in Hell with the Cenobites. Pinhead’s humanity has resulted in a schism, splitting him in two—his human self, World War I veteran Elliot Spencer, and Pinhead, now a living embodiment of Spencer’s id.
Aristocrat and master of the dark arts, to create the box as a gateway to Hell so that de L’Isle can enslave a demon. Ashley Laurence returns to play Kirsty Cotton. Bucharest to investigate an underground suicide cult founded by a descendant of Philip Lemarchand, who claims to be able to bring back the dead and who believes that it is his birthright to open the puzzle box and control the Cenobites. Hellraiser has spawned a successful MMORPG. Five friends mourning the death of one of their fellow players—who committed suicide after becoming obsessed with the game—receive in-game invitations to a party at the Leviathan House. In 2011, a ninth film was released to a single theater in California for a crew showing that was ostensibly open to the public.
A tenth film, Hellraiser: Judgment, began filming in early 2016. A dark grey cell indicates the information isn’t available for the film. In October 2006, Barker announced through his official website that he would be writing the script to a forthcoming remake of the original Hellraiser film, to be produced by Dimension Films. On January 28, 2010, Camelot Entertainment Group, Inc. Unearthed: The Hellraiser Saga, a documentary on the franchise.
It will be directed by Stefan Hutchinson and written by Ryan Rotten. On 20 October 2010, it was officially announced that Patrick Lussier and Todd Farmer were to direct and write, respectively, a reboot of the Hellraiser franchise. Doug Bradley was to return in his role as Pinhead. In October 2014, Barker stated that a second draft of the script was completed and described the film as a „very loose“ remake of the original film, but stated that he may not direct the film.