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Hellraiser: Inferno

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Genre  Crime, Horror, Mystery
Film series  Hellraiser
Country  United States
5.6/10 IMDb

Director  Scott Derrickson
Production  Dimension Films
Duration  
Language  English
Hellraiser: Inferno movie poster
Release date  October 3, 2000 (2000-10-03)
Based on  characters  by Clive Barker
Writer  Clive Barker (characters), Paul Harris Boardman, Scott Derrickson
Cast  Craig Sheffer (Det. Joseph Thorne), Nicholas Turturro (Det. Tony Nenonen), James Remar (Dr. Paul Gregory), Doug Bradley (Pinhead), Nicholas Sadler (Bernie), Noelle Evans (Melanie Thorne)
Similar movies  Inside Out, It Follows, Inception, The Shining, The Matrix Revolutions, Hellraiser: Bloodline
Tagline  The Terrifying New Chapter In The "Hellraiser" Legacy!

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Hellraiser: Inferno (also known as Hellraiser V: Inferno) is a 2000 American horror film. It is the fifth installment in the Hellraiser series and the first Hellraiser film to go straight-to-DVD. It was directed by Scott Derrickson and released on October 3, 2000. The film concerns a corrupt detective who discovers Lemarchand's box at a crime scene. The film's reviews were mixed.

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Plot

Joseph Thorne is a corrupt Denver police detective who regularly indulges in drug use and infidelity during the course of duty. At the scene of what appears to be a ritual murder, Thorne discovers a strange puzzle box, which he takes home in order to indulge his fascination with puzzles. After solving the box, Thorne begins to experience bizarre hallucinations, such as being seduced by a pair of mutilated women and being chased by a creature with no eyes or legs. Thorne also makes a connection between the murder and a killer known as "The Engineer," who is suspected of having kidnapped a child. Thorne goes in search of the Engineer, who in turn begins murdering Thorne's friends and associates, leaving behind one of the child's fingers at every crime scene.

While undergoing therapy for his hallucinations, Thorne's psychiatrist reveals himself to be "Pinhead", the leader of a group of entities known as the Cenobites, who use the puzzle box as a portal between their realm and the mortal realm. Pinhead informs Thorne that he has in fact been in the Cenobite's realm since opening the box, where they have been subjecting him to psychological torture for the various cruelties he has inflicted on others: The Engineer is a manifestation of Thorne's own cruelty, while the child is a personification of Thorne's innocence, which he has slowly been killing through corruption, hedonism, and violence. As hooked chains appear and begin to ensnare Thorne, Pinhead informs him that he will be subjected to an eternity of torment for his sins.

Cast

  • Doug Bradley as Pinhead
  • Craig Sheffer as Detective Joseph Thorne
  • Nicholas Turturro as Detective Tony Nenonen
  • James Remar as Dr. Paul Gregory
  • Nicholas Sadler as Bernie
  • Noelle Evans as Melanie Thorne
  • Lindsay Taylor as Chloe
  • Matt George as Leon Gaultier
  • Michael Shamus Wiles as Mr. Parmagi
  • Sasha Barrese as Daphne Sharp
  • Kathryn Joosten as Mother
  • Jessica Elliot as Young Joseph's Mother
  • Carmen Argenziano as Captain
  • J B Gaynor as Young Joseph
  • References

    Hellraiser: Inferno Wikipedia
    Hellraiser: Inferno IMDb Hellraiser: Inferno themoviedb.org


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