Hellraiser: Hellseeker

Hellraiser: Hellseeker

Kirsty Cotten is now all grown up and married. Her memory of the events that took place back at her parent's home and the mental institution have dimmed, but she is still traumatized. A fatal car crash kills Kirsty. Now, her husband finds himself in a strange world full of sexy women, greed and murder, making him believe that he is in hell.

A horror film focuses on a shady businessman. He tries to piece together the details of the car crash that killed his wife, rendered him an amnesiac, and left him in possession of a sinister puzzle box that summons monsters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kelton W (nl) wrote: I'm huge fan of the books and I found this movie disappointing and generic

Wayne P (fr) wrote: Boring and tried , mindless script, what a waste of talent, can you say "payday"

Craig W (us) wrote: Out of sync, on a brand new dvd!! Acting not very good.

Ollie W (de) wrote: Just a happy "feel-good" movie. It's not amazing. It's somewhat silly. But I don't mind that.

Isobel T (ru) wrote: It's just funny and German and gay soccer and yup, good stuff.

Cooper H (ag) wrote: It's exactly what you'd expect from a fourth Lethal Weapon. Chris Rock was a nice addition to the main cast.

Danielle R (br) wrote: Love this film! Defo a firm favourite!

Erin S (ca) wrote: This is one is good and is much better than 21 up.

Hanson M (gb) wrote: Not A true Jackie chan movie.

Kevin M (de) wrote: Melville's swan song sees him back in washed out "Army of Shadows" mode in this tale of a police chief who must work both sides of the law and finds himself in the expected morally ambiguous position. Alain Delon gets to play a straight arrow for once, and his handler in "Le Samourai" plays his partner. They are believable in both contexts, adding to the further blurring of identity. "Un Flic" is layered with such existential despair that the color scheme consists of nothing but blues and grays. Even the skin tones are gray for all the characters caught in the literal "gray area". Natch, Catherine Deneuve is the only character with a normal flesh tone, as she never compromises her moral reprehensibility. There are actually two heists in this one. The curtain-raiser, set on your typical Dark and Stormy Day, practically has a blue filter as a silent group of four hoods (led by Richard Crenna, speaking fluent French!) stakes out a bank and commits a holdup in real-time. Things don't go as clockwork, and that's what starts the whole mess. Isn't that how it always is when you're ripping off people for a living? Crenna doesn't need to steal to survive, since he's the owner of a posh nightclub, has the eternally glamorous Deneuve as a mistress, and overall seems to be doing well for himself. It could only be for the adrenal thrill of defying The Man. And who else to embody The Man but Delon, who always seems to be recieving unimportant phone calls and always has a freshly rolled cigarette dangling from his mouth? Dealing with transvestite informants is one thing, but dealing with friends who may be enemies is a far stickier concept. If your friends are badasses like Crenna, it could be worse. Witness the amazing 20 minute train heist, involving a helicopter, a suitcase filled with heroin, and special effects straight out of Gerry Anderson's "Thunderbirds". This might be Melville's greatest sequence; it's too bad the rest of the film feels routine by comparison, consisting almost entirely of repeated motifs, although there is a clever inversal of the climactic scene in "Le Samourai". Here's the opening quote, from Vidocq: "The only feelings mankind has ever inspired in policemen are those of indifference or derision." While the ending of "Le Cercle Rouge" hinted at the innate tragedy of being a master cop, the haunting final image of "Flic" says a lot with a very underplayed stare by Delon, as the Arc De Triomphe gets smaller and smaller in the background. Lessening triumph, indeed.

Ben H (ca) wrote: Bland, overplayed, and stagy remake of The Philadelphia Story.

David S (it) wrote: One of my favourite comedy movies of all time. So many laugh out loud moments!

Victor M (ru) wrote: A film about characters, that for some moments seems to be a documental.A bit controversial too.