Terror takes shape in the new Hellraiser reboot trailer

Hulu Original, in collaboration with Spyglass Media Group, will bring back Hellraiser, one of the most famous horror sagas ever. The full trailer of the reboot has been released online which, as previously announced, will differ from the past for a very important aspect: the role of Pinhead will be entrusted to actress Jamie Clayton. And the film will obviously be off-limits to minors.

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The new trailer for the Hellraiser reboot

This is the synopsis of the reboot: In the all-new Hellraiser, a young woman struggling with addiction comes into possession of an ancient puzzle box, unaware that her purpose is to summon the Cenobites, a group of sadistic supernatural beings from another dimension.. The film will be written and produced by David S. Goyer, who is said to be a huge fan of the Clive Barker horror classic. The Hellraiser reboot will arrive on Hulu on October 7th.

In the cast we find Odessa A’zion (Fam, Grand Army), Adam Faison (Everything’s Gonna Be Okay, Yes Day), Drew Starkey (Outer Banks, The Devil All the Time), Brandon Flynn (Ratched, 13 Reasons Why), Aoife Hinds (The Long Call, Normal People), Jason Liles (Stereoscope, Rampage), Yinka Olorunnife (The Transporter), Selina Lo (Boss Level, Q8 Unleashed), Zachary Hing (Halo), Kit Clarke (Leonardo“), With Goran Visnjic (The Boys, Timeless) and Hiam Abbass (Succession, Blade Runner 2049). This year will be the 35th anniversary of the theatrical release of the Clive Barker original.

In the first film, Hellraiser: There are no limitsreleased in 1987 (here on special offer), based on Barker’s short novel Slaves of Hell (The Hellbound Heart) we see for the first time the Configuration of the Lament – also known as Lemarchand’s Cube – a creepy puzzle that opens a portal to theHellthat is the dimension in which i reside Cenobites, priests of pain. A pact binds those dealing with the Cube and these mysterious figures led by Pinhead, a man whose head is entirely covered with nails and has now entered the collective imagination.

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