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  • Actors: Steven Brand, Clyde McNight, Sebastian Roberts
  • Directors: Victor Garcia
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Arc Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 18, 2011
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0056P6SP0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,624 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Two friends in Mexico discover the Lament Configuration and unleash Pinhead, but one decides to try to survive by swapping himself with someone else. Once they go missing, family members go in search of them, but find Pinhead instead.

Customer Reviews

The acting is bad, the script is terrible.
Not only is this the worst movie in the Hellraiser series, it might be the worst sequel in the history of horror movies.
Dan S.
Hm... it seems like there's really nothing right in this movie.
Jason Brown

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169 of 186 people found the following review helpful By Danny on August 25, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
It's truly astouding that when you're in the same company as Hellseeker, Deader and Hellworld, you still manage to emerge victorious as the absolute worst of the lot. Hellraiser: Revelations is a truly remarkable movie that defies any sensible expectations. This movies goes beyond the incredible lows this series has reached since Inferno and almost defies physics by somehow managing to go even lower. Incredible. How do they do it?

In spirit, I like the DVD cover because it looks like Pinhead is taking a dump and it's a great metaphor for the quality of the movie you're buying. The problem is that it's not actually Pinhead on the cover. Doug Bradley, unfortunately, was too busy rearranging his sock drawer the week they filmed this. When the first photo of the new Pinhead was posted online, I e-mailed it to Doug Bradley. He replied a few hours later with, simply, "lolol."

Stick with the first two.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By A. Estes on April 2, 2012
Format: DVD
Coming off the heels of past direct-to-video disappointments like "Deader" and "Deadworld" -- movies which are assuredly every bit as stupid as their titles suggest -- one would think the "Hellraiser" franchise could not sink any lower.

One would be wrong.

Enter "Hellraiser: Revelations," the ninth installment in the "Hellraiser" series and first in over half a decade. Produced in a matter of weeks and on a shoe-string budget, "Revelations" is essentially a place-holder produced by your good friends at The Weinstein Company in order to retain rights to the franchise while an inevitable remake rots in development Hell. Absolutely minimal thought and care were put into this "film," as each and every frame oozes with idiocy and contempt for its audience.

The plot, while admittedly less convoluted than the past four or so "Hellraiser" films, attempts to align itself with the original and in the process fails miserably. Two pseudo-rebellious teens head to Mexico to indulge in a bit of decadence but get more than they bargained for upon stumbling upon the mysterious and ubiquitous puzzle box. That thing just shows up anywhere, huh? When one of the buddies returns home, he brings home tales of macabre madness and a few cenobites on his tail as well. Can his family survive having their souls torn apart? Will Pinhead get what he wants? Is Tijuana really that dirty? Do you really care?

Admittedly, the film may have been a bit easier to swallow had they hired actual actors to portray the characters on film. Make no mistake, the film is still ridiculous and embarrassing, but for the most part, it's amateur-hour here, with one actor inexplicably slipping in and out of a Scottish accent.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Xcon on October 19, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
Hellraiser movies are hit or miss. The First two are true horror classics. The sequels that follow range from pretty good to astonishingly awful. Hellraiser revelations may take the seat held by "Hellworld" as the worst of the series.

They did try to at least go by the original rules of the Hellraiser films. The box, chains, cenobites, skin ripping/ wearing and abundant use of the words "flesh" and "pleasure". Sounds ok right?

Unfortunately, the movie is so low budget and characters sooooo bad that it doesn't even feel like a hellraiser movie. The acting is as bad as anything i've ever seen. Ever. No one is good, no character motivations make sense at all. And to cover how cheap this movie is, they have the characters try and explain why there are only 3 sets and 10 actors in the movie. At least they made the "Mexico" scenes seem authentic HAHA

They didn't use ANY of the original hellraiser muisc, which seems ridiculous. If you can afford to use all the Hellraiser lore and Pinhead. They don't come thru the walls, they just appear in the room. Any usually deep yet terrifying words by Pinhead are replaced by generic dribble.

Some of the gore is pretty good, and they didn't ruin Pinhead or the cenobites worse than anyone else has, but just about everything in this movie is just so stupid that even seeing a few chains, the box and a Fuax Pinhead barely nudge this to 1 star.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jessica on October 20, 2011
Format: DVD
I watched this with a date last night and yeah, it's a crappy movie. Every bit as bad as the people who haven't seen it make it out to be. True-- there's gore, there's chains, there's hooks. In fact, there's all the sort of nastiness you might expect from a Hellraiser movie, but that's where the similarities end (at least when we're talking about the first two films and not the extruded sequel product of recent years).

This movie isn't going to win any awards, not for special effects, especially not for... well, anything else. The acting is bad, the script is terrible. I disagree with the reviewer who said that the new Pinhead at least delivers his lines in a Bradley-esque way-- Doug Bradley was never so wooden as Pinhead. Pinhead is a lot of voice acting since the character is otherwise so stoic and calm and controlled-- the actor they have in Bradley's place, did, in my opinion, a very poor job. I will always think of Freddy as Robert Englund, but at least the replacement actor in the most recent Elm St. film looked and sounded kinda/sorta right. This Pinhead was off. Way off.

This is a watch it if you must because you love the Hellraiser franchise kind of film. If you can take or leave most sequels, don't waste your time with this.
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