Hellraiser: Hellworld

2005

Hellraiser: Hellworld

Critics Consensus

No consensus yet.

20%

TOMATOMETER

Reviews Counted: 5

22%
liked it

Audience Score

User Ratings: 17,649

TOMATOMETER

N/A
All Critics | Top Critics
Average Rating: N/A
Reviews Count: 0
Fresh: 0
Rotten: 0

AUDIENCE SCORE

22%
Average Rating: 2.9/5

You may have noticed some of the recent changes we have made. To read more about what we’ve been working on behind the scenes, please check out our new RT Product Blog here.


Want to See

Add Rating
My Rating    

Hellraiser: Hellworld Photos

Movie Info

Clive Barker's sinister creation Pinhead returns again in this horror outing, the eighth feature in the Hellraiser franchise. A handful of teenagers have become big fans of the latest Hellraiser video game -- so much so that they create a tribute website called "Hellworld.com," which simulates a digital Lament Configuration in cyberspace. However, Pinhead (Doug Bradley) is not at all happy with this turn of events, and decides to take action agaist the young people, luring them to a "party" where their frightening fantasies become a far more disturbing reality. Hellraiser: Hellworld also stars Lance Henriksen, Katheryn Winnick, Christopher Jacot, and Henry Cavill.

Watch it now

Cast

News & Interviews for Hellraiser: Hellworld

Critic Reviews for Hellraiser: Hellworld

All Critics (5)

Audience Reviews for Hellraiser: Hellworld

This instalment in the Hellraiser series is a very poor attempt to deliver effective horror. The film contains all the ingredients of your typical horror film. Hellworld is a pathetic attempt at keeping the series going, and unfortunately this isn't the last sequel in the series. Hellworld though a bad film, had a pretty interesting idea, unfortunately the filmmakers can't seem to make it work to effectively build the scares that you'd expect from a Hellraiser film. The concept is interesting, but the execution is poor. Director Rick Bota can't seem to deliver anything that would be of interest. Hellworld is a horrible film, though the concept is interesting, it doesn't go nowhere. Hellworld just goes to show that it doesn't matter whether the script is horrible, the filmmaker won't try to make a good film. The film is poorly made, and it just goes to show that the filmmakers simply didn't care if this film would be good or bad; as long as they made money with this crap sequel, that's all they cared about. This a film that like many in the series, uses the typical clichéd formula to try and create the horror. Sometimes it works, sometime it doesn't. In the case of Hellworld, it doesn't. This film is boring, and uninspired direct to DVD trash. The Hellraiser series becomes more dull with each straight to DVD sequel, and films like Hellword are proof of that.

Alex roy
Alex roy

Super Reviewer

I've got to say i wasn't too impressed with this to be honest. I love the original hellraisers and i just keep hoping that they make at least 1 more decent sequel but thats looking unlikely. Having said that i've seen worse films but its seems to have gone down the the traditional slasher film a bit too much. The real shame is that there's some good ideas in it. They just don't seem to have been pulled off. Don't go out of your way to watch this unless you're really into the series. It doesn't add anything, just offers a slightly different slant on the story.

Cassandra Maples
Cassandra Maples

Super Reviewer

½

Ummmm.... no. Pinhead in the real world... a video game?? A movie filled with debauchery and uninteresting sex... loads of it, with bucket fulls of fake blood and cheesy has-been horror scenes.... why make things into slashers?? it sucks. Anyways... thats how c-grade horror goes.

Khris N
Khris N

Super Reviewer

½

8-17-08: So far, this is the only movie of the Hellraiser series that I've permanently deleted from my drive after watching the whole series in order. ______ The main thing that needs to be said about this movie: don't see it. In this one, Lance Henriksen owns and runs the largest collection of Hellraiser related paraphern, set in a world where "Hellworld" is a massive role-playing game of sorts whose players are suspiciously exclusively hot and not a single person at the party requires eyeglasses or corrective dentistry (there is no such thing as this many hot RPGers, much less all of them being at one place together playing the same game). A group of Hellworld RPGers, bound together by a mutual friend who killed himself for the game, show up at Henriksen's mansion for a massive Hellworld party but soon find themselves getting picked off one by one by Cenobites. These Cenobites can actually walk and move, which is kind of a new thing for them. The Chatterer is back and lookin cool; Pinhead's outfit is losing its appeal tho and this costume emphasizes his nipples, which is weird and doesn't work. This is a straight forward twenty something trapped in a "haunted" house bent on killing them, except it sucks. And I'll SPOIL it right now: Lance Henriksen is their friend's dad and he is killing all of them out of revenge, and most of the Hellraiser stuff is them hallucinating after he's drugged the kids with hallucinogens and buried them with breathing pipes and cell phones, mentally torturing them until they die. At the end, the "real" Cenobites show up to collect him when he's fiddling around with his son's Lament Configuration and accidentally solves it. There's gore galore in this flick, but none of it is inventive or cool to watch. It's just a very "blah" horror attempt, which would be admirable on primetime tv but is just disappointing in fully budgeted feature mode.

_kelly .King
_kelly .King

Super Reviewer

Hellraiser: Hellworld Quotes

News & Features