‘Hellraiser’ Reboot Brings anguish and misery to Hulu This October month
Hulu’s forthcoming Hellraiser reboot shows the first look at a new Cenobite that will see in David Bruckner’s reanalyzing of the 1987 horror film. Hellraiser is a new take on the creepy horror series, released on the 7th of October on Hulu. The reboot of Clive Barker’s vintage movie displays a reanalyzing of Pinhead, the vicious spiritual being with nails.
The movie reminds you some of the goriest movies made such as “Audition,” “The Cell,” the “Saw” series, the 2018 remake of “Suspiria,” and David Cronenberg’s latest return to body horror “Crimes of the Future” in the final moments.
It’s an adventurous horror film that’s being released by Disney. Hellraiser, for most of its two-hour movie time, generally does feel kind of like a Disney film except for those scenes when it appears to have been taken over by the soul of the Marquis de Sade. The director has also said that the audience of the series should anticipate seeing various new Cenobites in the forthcoming movie.
The latest ‘Hellraiser’ film Is Not a Remake
Hellraiser follows the latest trend of horror reboots that take the actual movie’s title, including “Halloween,” “Candyman” and “Scream.” Like those movies, it’s not a remake, but a new beginning in the ongoing series. Though, it appears to be seen how the new movie will fit all over the world. After following cenobites through the hell gateway and returning again across 10 movies, the “Hellraiser” series encloses huge and lenient mythology.
It is the story of a young woman, who is fighting with addiction and irresistible behavior, that comes in contact unintentionally with the box and sadly begins to dampen with it. It brings back a series that began with a delectably deranged 1987 British movie directed by horror author Clive Barker, which was arid ethics play increased by bright lance.