Ever since Doug Bradley announced he would not be donning the Pins once again in this latest Hellraiser sequel, the fanbase has been on fire with questions, disdain, and speculation. So which demons to some, angels to others will we be seeing in the new flick? An answer has come.
It's hard to imagine anyone but the great Doug Bradley in the make-up as the iconic Pinhead, but like it or not, it is happening. Replacing Bradley is actor Stephan Smith Collins, and we've got your first look at him in character.
Just how bad were the last few Hellraiser sequels? I ask because the absolute last straw for me was the one in which Dean Winters fell victim to an inexplicably malicious Kirsty Cotton.
While we're all still pretty shellshocked over the fact that Doug Bradley will not be back to play Pinhead in the latest flick in the Hellraiser franchise, Hellraiser: Revelations, the flick is still forging ahead and building its ca
The next film in the Hellraiser franchise is moving along at a breakneck pace. So far we know that "La Femme Nikita"'s Peta Wilson has already signed on to the cast and that Doug Bradley will not be back as Pinhead.
Just days after Doug Bradley confirmed that he won't be returning to don the pins for Hellraiser: Revelations, the first details and casting news have officially trickled out.
Every since the ninth film in the Hellraiser franchise, Hellraiser: Revelations, was announced, there's been one question on everyone's mind - Will Doug Bradley be returning to play Pinhead? Can you really even imagine a Hellraisier movie without him? We went straight to the man himself for an answer and got his official statement.
It sounds as if things are finally in the process of ironing themselves out over at The Weinstein Company, which is no doubt hoping for some big bank this weekend with Piranha 3D (review here).
There's been talk of a Hellraiser remake for several years now, and throughout that time many different names had been associated with it. Unfortunately (or fortunately depending on how you're looking at it) things never worked out and the project laid dormant. Yet, now a new standalone film is apparently on its way.