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Pinhead is backand hes out for more blood. The fourth terrifying chapter of the wildly popular Hellraiser series chronicles the struggle of one family who unknowingly created the puzzle box that opened the doors of Hellsetting the diabolical Pinhead free to spread evil on Earth. Now, the family must fight to slam those doors shut againbut not before Pinhead wages one of his fiercest and most frightening battles ever.

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  • Actors: Bruce Ramsay, Valentina Vargas, Doug Bradley, Kim Myers, Mickey Cottrell
  • Directors: Alan Smithee
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: April 26, 2011
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004P7CMPK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #127,085 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By C. Dennis Moore on August 1, 2012
Format: DVD
At the end of HELLRAISER III: Hell on Earth, Joey Summerskill finds herself at a construction site where she immerses the puzzle box into a slab of wet concrete, sealing it off from ever being used and causing harm to anyone ever again. The final shot of that movie shows the building that was subsequently constructed on that site is decorated with artwork and designs influenced by the designs on the box. It's an ominous final shot, and one that pays off in the next sequel, 1996's HELLRAISER: Bloodline. And that's not all the fourth movie in the series revealed.

There are three stories at work in this movie, past, present and future, with the earliest story set in the 1700s and showing the construction of the box by toymaker Phillip L'Merchant as a work-for-hire project by the rich and depraved Duc de L'Isle. The old man is using the box to summon a demon whom he then plans to control for his own purposes, but when L'Merchant discovers what the box's true purpose was, he plans to steal it back and construct another devise that will destroy the demons. When he returns to de L'Ilse's house, however, he finds the old man murdered by the demon he'd summoned, Angelique, who is now under the command of de L'Ilse's servant, Jacques (played by Adam Scott, yes the one from STEP BROTHERS and "Parks and Recreation"). L'Merchant is killed by Angelique as well, but before he dies he tells his wife to save their baby, with whom she is pregnant.

Cut to 200 years later, New York City in 1996, and famous architect John Merchant is celebrating the construction of his latest skyscraper--which brings us back to the building seen at the end of HELLRAISER III.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By XDel on February 16, 2014
Format: DVD
It was 1987, Hellraiser and Clive Barker were being mass marketed in America's larger malls. Huge card board cut outs of Pinhead were featured at the theatres, and copies of The Damnation Game were sitting at the front of Walden Books. Horror fans who had not heard of Barker previously, were very curious who this man was that Stephen King was giving praise to.

Alas, Hellraiser released, and I was treated to one of the few horror movies out there that were more than blood, guts, and jumps, but were also about an evolving and intelligent script, characters that grew on you (for better or worse), imagery that you just couldn't drop from your head, and well... just plain awesomeness, awesome, and unlike anything I'd ever seen before...

...then sequels followed, part 2 being a worthy follow up. Almost true to form entirely, spirit, flow, and all.
Three followed that, and almost pulled it off, till the new Cenobites hit the street with their silly one liners, reducing the franchise and what could have been an almost perfect movie, to the stuff lesser "horror" flicks are made of.

And finally we come to part 4. When I first saw 4 I was mortified!!! Pinhead, in space?! Seriously! After being let down by part 3, I figured that they were just trying to rub in the point that they could run this franchise into the ground and there was nothing I could do about it.

Well years passed and the sequels got worse and worse and worse. ZERO effort was put into any of them, none at all. They are merely created so that the mother company can retain the rights to the name. It's all business and politics, a far cry from the vision and passion that the original and it's sequel were born from.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By brainsickhorror .com on April 27, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
What's it about?

Spanning three generations, Hellraiser 4 follows the story of the Merchant family bloodline and the history of the puzzle box. From Phillip L'Merchant's humble beginnings as a 19th century toy maker whom creates the puzzle box unbeknownst it ends up in evil hands and the gateway to hell is open. Now in the year 2127; on board the space station `Minos', scientist Dr Merchant must succeed where his ancestors failed and close the gateway forever, to once and for all destroy Pinhead and his army of `Cenobites'.

Is it any good?

Pinhead in SPAAACE!, as bad as that sounds `Bloodline' isn't all that bad considering director Kevin Yagher abandoned the film due to some backstabbing at Dimension Films. Hence the reason it gets the `Alan Smithee' trademark, a name given to films that are disowned by their director. Unfortunately the mixed direction is obvious and disastrous, giving it a made for TV kind of feel in certain scenes. `Bloodline' delivers best during the 19th century scenes, staying true to the original with gothic resonance, the 20th century scenes deliver some substance while the future space stuff is great fun with some nice effects. The acting is mostly good; bug-eyed Bruce Ramsay is overly dramatic at times but delivers as all three Merchants. Doug Bradley's Pinhead shows his usual brilliance, fans (like me) will enjoy his dark dialogue and cold demeaner. If you like gore, sado-masochism and plenty of Pinhead, then `Bloodline' is for you.

Best bit?

Pinhead's pet Hellhound with chattering teeth gives the film added bark!

Did you know?

`Bloodline' grossed $16,675,000 and was the last Hellraiser given a theatrical release.
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