Hellraiser (film)

1987 horror film
No tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering.

Hellraiser is a 1987 film about an unfaithful wife who encounters the zombie of her dead lover, who's being chased by demons after he escaped from their sado-masochistic Hell.

Written and directed by Clive Barker, based on his novella The Hellbound Heart.
It will tear your soul apart. (taglines)


Contents

PinheadEdit

 
The box. You opened it. We came. Now you must come with us, taste our pleasures.
  • The box. You opened it. 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.

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...

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