New ‘Hellraiser’ Movie Rated “R”
The new film has been rated “R” for delving deep inside the disturbed world of Clive Barkers masterpiece, with scenes that will contain
Strong bloody horror violence and gore, language throughout, some sexual content, and brief graphic nudity.
Great news for fans, who are now safe in the knowledge that we’ll be back in familiar Hellraiser territory. The new film will be re-imagining of Barker’s 1987 horror classic, and the best news is that he is also producing the new movie. As for Pinhead, Jamie Clayton will be stepping into the leather tight hell gear for a sex-swapped take on the lead Cenobite.
The second project will be a Hellraiser TV show for HBO, which will be directed by David Gordon Green, who has certainly come to light as a force for reviving old franchise thanks to his Halloween trilogy. He’s also directing the upcoming Exorcist re-make, so all eyes on this guy!
If you want to catch up WHY all these projects are popping up, you can read all about why Clive Barker has revived his baby after all these years, right here!
No dates for either projects..but we’ll keep you up to date as more news pours in from hell!
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