Hellraiser (film)

1987 horror film directed by Clive Barker

Hellraiser is a 1987 British science fiction horror film written and directed by Clive Barker produced by Christopher Figg, based on Clive Barker's novella The Hellbound Heart.

No tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering.
It will tear your soul apart. (taglines)

PinheadEdit

 
The box. You opened it. We came.
  • The box. You opened it. We came.
  • You solved the box, we came. Now you must come with us. Taste our pleasures!
  • No tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering.
  • We have such sights to show you!
  • We'll tear your soul apart!
  • This isn't for your eyes!
  • Ah, the suffering. The sweet, sweet suffering.

Frank CottonEdit

  • Come here, damn you, I want to touch you.
  • I thought I'd gone to the limits. I hadn't. The Cenobites gave me an experience beyond limits... pain and pleasure, indivisible.
  • Come to Daddy.
  • (As he is torn apart) Jesus wept.

DialogueEdit

Kirsty Cotton: Who are you?
Pinhead: Explorers in the further regions of experience. Demons to some. Angels to others.

Kirsty Cotton: It's just a puzzle box!
Pinhead: Oh, no. It is a means to summon us.

Kirsty Cotton: Go to Hell!
Female Cenobite: We can't, not alone.

Pinhead: We came. Now you must come with us. Taste our pleasures. Please...
Kirsty Cotton: Go away and leave me alone!
Pinhead: Oh, no tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering.

TaglinesEdit

  • We'll tear your soul apart.
  • There are no limits.
  • Satan's done waitin'.
  • We have such sights to show you.
  • Demons to some, Angels to others...

CastEdit

See alsoEdit

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