I liked it.
I thought Hellseeker was much better than Bloodlines or Inferno. The
alternating dreamstates keep you guessing what's real and what's not. The
GORE factor was top notch for those who like gory movies and I thought the
end was really good. Yeah, you don't see Pinhead or Kirsty a lot
the movie, but I thought they were in it enough to make it a Hellraiser
movie. People are over-emphasizing the need for Pinhead and the Cenobytes.
thought Hellseeker had a great plot, but people seem to ignore that and
watch to see Pinhead and his crew..
not too bad, why doesn't this series attract more viewers like other horror series do?
It had been some time since I'd seen the first two Hellraisers, and
possibly the third, and I hadn't seen any of the other sequels. It
seems like a lot of genre fans have overlooked these sequels as well,
for whatever reason, while the Friday the 13th, Halloween, and
Nightmare on Elm Street sequels still seem to attract a fair amount of
Local video stores have been selling off most of their videotapes
cheaply, so I took advantage of this fact to pick up several of the
I enjoyed this one. It does feature relatively little of the cenobites,
which no doubt may irritate many (though not as much as if they were
absent entirely!). The storyline in this one largely revolves around
the questions: what happened? and what is real?
I could see possibly picking up the series on DVD at the right price
and watching them all through again. I'm disappointed to hear the
recent news that they're remaking the first one, though..