Hellraiser: Revelations

October 18, 2011 0 By Fans
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In this ninth installment of the Hellraiser franchise, two friends discover a puzzle box in Mexico, which opens a gateway to Hell…

Release Year: 2011

Rating: 3.0/10 (1,195 voted)

Víctor García

Stars: Fred Tatasciore, Steven Brand, Nick Eversman

In this ninth installment of the Hellraiser franchise, two friends discover a puzzle box in Mexico, which opens a gateway to Hell. Before long, dermatological nightmare Pinhead has returned to make the lives of everyone in his way miserable.


Fred Tatasciore

'Faceless' Steven
Voice of Pinhead


Steven Brand

Dr. Ross Craven

Nick Eversman

Steven Craven
Nico in Steven's Skin

Jolene Andersen

Female Chatterer

Jay Gillespie

Nico Bradley
Steven-Cenobite – Pseudo Pinhead

Stephan Smith Collins


Tracey Fairaway

Emma Craven

Sebastien Roberts

Peter Bradley

Daniel Buran


Sanny Van Heteren

Kate Bradley

Adel Marie Ruiz


Devon Sorvari

Sarah Craven

Camelia Dee


Sue Ann Pien

Sue Ann


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Release Date: 18 October 2011

Filming Locations: Los Angeles, California, USA

Box Office Details

Budget: $300,000


Did You Know?


Doug Bradley was approached to reprise his role of Pinhead, but became hesitant when told that there would be no second draft of the script, which he believed was neither good nor bad, just "not finished." Bradley ultimately declined after being told that his salary from previous films would be, in his words, cut down to "the price of a fridge."

User Review

Out of many bad sequels…the worst.

Rating: 2/10

None of the films have been as good as the first three in this series.
This one is no different.

Most of the acting, especially by the lead antagonist, Nick Eversman,
is terrible. The effects and gore are nothing more than copies of
scenes from the other movies with nothing new added to make it any more

I love the original Pinhead character, played by Doug Bradley in all of
the other films. Stephan Smith Collins who portrays Pinhead in this
sequel tries to recreate him but manages doing a poor man's imitation,
instead of bringing anything new to the screen.

To future writers of any more sequels: STOP! Either come up with a new
lead so we don't miss Bradley's performance so much or reboot the
series from the start and try to come up with something new. Maybe
consult with Clive Barker to see where he would go with it. Or better
yet, put together some real money and have him write it instead.