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Download Hellraiser: Deader Full Movie | Download Movie Hellraiser: Deader

Genres: Horror , Mystery , Thriller
Actors: Kari Wuhrer , Paul Rhys , Simon Kunz , Marc Warren , Georgina Rylance , Doug Bradley , Ionut Chermenski , Hugh Jorgin , Linda Marlowe , Madalina Constantin , Ioana Abur , Constantin Barbulescu , Daniel Chirea , Maria Pintea , Mircea Constantinescu
Director: Rick Bota
Country: United States, Romania
Year: 2005
IMDB Rating: 4.6/10 (3323 votes)

In London, after investigating crack addicted junkies for an article in her newspaper, the journalist Amy Klein watches a bizarre videotape. Her editor Charles Richmond received the footage of an underground group of youngsters in Bucharest apparently becoming zombies through the power of their leader Winter from a member, Marla, and invites Amy to prepare the story. Amy accepts the challenge, and once in Romania, she finds Marla dead with a puzzle cube in her hands. She brings the object to her hotel room, and opens it, beginning her journey to hell.

Film Review

I just finished watching this movie and it turned out just the way I expected: Complete and utter crap. I'm watching all Hellraiser sequels now and intent to comment on them all. Why? I'm a HUGE fan of HellRaiser and I can even find it in my heart to finally appreciate part 4 somewhat. HellRaiser 1 was amazing, but they are about to take that away from us too with a remake, I read. HellBound, HellRaiser 2 was even better, and the best in the series. Hellraiser 3 was commercialized, but okay, church and other scenes more than make up for it and hey, at least with 3 and 4 they TRY to stick with the story. This HellRaiser takes Clive Barkers story and just spits on it. You get these shock-moments which I absolutely hate in so called horror movies that go: Oh, I get stabbed, oh wait a minute it was all a dream. Oh, I see a cenobite (or any evil), oh wait a minute it was all a dream, OK. Oh, it turns out to be all real, oh wait no, no… I'm in a sane-asylum. Nothing in the sto…

Although normally I would never go for a horror flick with sequels in roman numerals, I decided to give this a go simply because Kari Wurhrer, who is always an eye candy in my cinemateque, was playing in it.I was not expecting much from the movie, but it managed to surprise me with the quality of camera work. Ignoring the cheesy dialog lines, somewhat bad storyline and tons of clichés here and there, the cinematography in this movie is quite brilliant.Having looked up the director of photography, I am now quite eager to watch other movies he filmed because Hellraiser: Deader is quite beautiful and has a great aesthetic visual touch to it.Other than pure ocular joy that I got from it, there is nothing to recommend in it, except of course the heroine who is as stunning as always (once again, visually).Overall, this is not "so bad that it's good" horror flick neither it is a terrible movie. It's one of those average flicks that most of us simply ignore. It's …

HELLRAISER:DEADER is probably about as goofy and nondescript a title as this series has had, but the film itself is a notch above some of the previous HELLRAISER sequels, both in production and script if not acting and direction. My favorite Brookfield, Connecticut girl, Kari Wuhrer, stars as a reporter on the trail of a group of freaks, the Deaders, who apparently have found a way to return from the dead. This tees off Pinhead, who tells Wuhrer the group is messing in his domain. Wuhrer then gets caught up in a sort of somnabulistic adventure, where at one point, she finds herself walking around with a large carving knife sticking out of her back. The movie is slow-going and won't keep the true horror fan's interest up, but there is a goodly amount of blood and the gory finale involving Pinhead facing down the Deaders is worth a look. (You can always fast-forward.) Imagine: After being little more than a guest star in several of the HELLRAISER sequels, Pinhead is actually giv…

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