Hellraiser: Hellworld

Hellraiser: Hellworld

Pinhead returns to terrorize computer hackers who have opened a virtual Lament Configuration on the website Hellworld.com.

Gamers playing a MMORPG based on the "Hellraiser" franchise find their lives endangered after being invited to a rave, the host of which intends to show them the truth behind the Cenobite mythos. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hellraiser: Hellworld torrent reviews

Justin S (br) wrote: Based off Braniac story; focused a lot on Kara. Good animation, but didn't stick to me. Maybe because I'm not a big Braniac fan

Adam M (jp) wrote: Brutal horror fun. A mental in a chrome skull is responsible for several murders and now he's after a young woman who escaped his evil clutches. The girl in question wakes up in a coffin with no idea who she is or how she got there. When she manages to escape you know its only a matter of time before she gets tracked down. Cue plenty of tension, gore and the odd bit of sly humour as the girl meets a couple of would be helpers along the way but you generally get the feeling they're doomed! This is a bit like a homage to 80's slasher films and doesn't try to be to be to clever like alot of the "torture porn" horrors nowadays but instead goes straight for beautiful brutality. With a pretty cool twist towards the end to, along with a great performance from Bobbi Sue Luther, Laid to Rest could definately become a cult classic.

Arto M (nl) wrote: Kyllhn Kaurismen tyylin elokuvasta tunnistaa, mutta elokuva ei paneudu mihinkn. Lopuksi voin todeta vain: "niin pallo pyrii ?? sit&tuota sattuu".

Zade T (us) wrote: It's not very sensible but it is funny and very entertaining.

werty y (ca) wrote: Although the plot is the least relevant among the trilogy, but his 'funniness' covers all up for me.

Eugene S (kr) wrote: I've watched this movie about 3 or 4 times and it just gets crazier ever time. Oliver Reed as Sarm is just classic B-movie acting: completely over the top! Only strange part is that I could never figure out why Jack Palance is even it and at the very end; however, I've never seen the sequel (and, yes, there is one ...)

Thomas D (nl) wrote: Sequels are supposed to take what was great about the first outing and expand on it while also improving upon the mishaps as well. Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan is better than the first film in almost every aspect. I took issue with the pacing, overuse of special effects, length, and the lack of a present villain in Star Trek: The Motion Picture. This film wipes away silly and unnecessary special effects and gives us an intriguing story with characters who we understand and care about. It's also a solid 30 minutes shorter without cutting out anything that would hurt the story. I was thoroughly impressed by this sequel even 30 years after its release.We open the film as the enterprise seemingly has a new captain in Kirstie Alley's Saavik, only to find out its a training exercise put together by Spock and Admiral Kirk. I was worried they may rehash the same story line as the first film as Kirk seemed to hint that he may be done with the Enterprise, only to run into an old foe in Khan. Even though I have seen bits and pieces of the original series and had been somewhat familiar with Khan as a villain, I didn't know to the extent to which him and Kirk were linked. I was glad to see viewing of his appearance in the TV series wasn't entirely necessary as they explained enough in the 103 minute run-time.Khan has become somewhat of a pop culture icon over the years, so I had my fair share of expectations going in. Ricardo Montalban's performance and the writing didn't let me down. So much so that you understand where Khan is coming from when he wants Project Genesis from the crew and wants revenge for what Kirk did. In many ways, he was Kirk's arch nemesis and proved to come through with a lot of what he swore to do to Kirk. My only gripe with him as a villain was that I feel like we were missing an in person interaction with Kirk himself. Speaking through a video screen inside the Enterprise isn't enough, you need that human interaction.With that said, The Wrath of Khan has the emotional layers and character depths that the first film was lacking. All of the original dynamics of the ship are there, plus some new and enjoyable ones as well. Plus, it doesn't take 45 minutes for things to get going, the pacing is much improved. James Horner's haunting score also sets the tone immediately from the opening scene, all the way through the bittersweet ending. Overall, everything feels bigger and better with The Wrath of Khan. Having seen the new Trek films, I think this can rank up there with them as some of the best outings the Enterprise crew has ever had.+Fantastic score+Emotionally layered+Special effects & pacing much improved+Very good villain-Although Khan was missing the human interaction with Kirk8.6/10

gary t (us) wrote: very very very funny......man i have just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is such a great little movie 2 watch.....its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie.....i think that burt reynolds, jan michael vincent, sally field, brian keith (.R.I.P.), john marley (.R.I.P.), play good roles/parts throughout this movie.....i think that the director of this action/adventure/comedy movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.....i think that this is such a great comedy movie 2 watch, it is such a really well written/acted/directed movie 2 watch, its got a great cast throughout this movie.....YOU HAVE GOT TO WATCH THE END OF THE CREDITS THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE AS SOMETHING HAPPENS AT THE END OF THE CREDITS THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE........man this is such a really funny movie 2 watch, its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie....the whole cast:::Burt Reynolds as Sonny HooperSally Field as Gwen DoyleJan-Michael Vincent as Delmore "Ski" ShidskiBrian Keith as Jocko DoyleRobert Klein as Roger DealJohn Marley as Max BernsJames Best as CullyAlfie Wise as TonyAdam West as HimselfTerry Bradshaw as Brawlerman this is such a really funny movie 2 watch, the whole cast seem like there having a good laugh throughout this movie as it is such a really funny movie 2 watch.....its got good fight scenes throughout this movie.....its got good car chases throughout this movie....man i think that burt reynolds was so funny throughout this movie.....man this is such a really funny movie 2 watch......It was rumoured the director character in the film was a send up of Peter Bogdanovich who had made two films with Reynolds. The "destruction of Los Angeles" sequence that concludes both The Spy Who Laughed at Danger and Hooper was filmed in the Tuscaloosa, Alabama area, with all but the final rocket car jump shot at the former Craig Air Force BaseHooper enjoyed moderate success at the box office; it was one of the top ten films of 1978, but ultimately the film was deemed a letdown in comparison to Reynolds' Smokey and the Bandit, second only to Star Wars in box office gross the year before. Hooper grossed $78 million domestically, nearly 40% less than the gross of Smokey in 1977 ($126 million). The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Sound for (Robert Knudson, Robert Glass, Don MacDougall and Jack Solomon)The "blooper reel" credits Hooper was also one of the first movies to make use of the blooper reel credit crawl. The technique, originated by Needham, showed a smaller screen of outtakes from the film to one side while the film's credits scroll slowly up the other side. Needham refined this technique for later films such as Smokey and the Bandit II and the Cannonball Run movies. (In Hooper the credit reel was mostly a montage of many of the stunts performed in the movie itself, owing to the film's tribute to the stunt industry.) It was later adapted into other films, including the CGI animated Toy Story 2 and A Bug's Life, for which the bloopers were intentionally created, and in TV series including The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Home Improvement. Most of Jackie Chan's films also feature blooper reel credit crawls, due to his experience in The Cannonball Runman this is such a great comedy movie 2 watch, its got a great cast throughout this movie....man this is such a really really really funny movie 2 watch, with a great cast throughout this movie it is highley entertaining movie 2 watch as it is so so so so funny movie 2 watch......

Bryan G (ru) wrote: Edgar Allen Poe is without a doubt one of the greatest writers ever to have graced the profession, and The Fall of the House of Usher is one of his best pieces of work ever produced. David DeCoteau isn't one of the greatest directors of all time, though he has directed some decent films like Puppet Master III. Some of his earlier films have displayed a level of homoeroticism to them, but steadily over the past ten years or so his work hasn't been as subtle. I don't like using the word gay in a negative context, and I hope that the way I'm about to use it isn't seen that way. When it comes to David DeCoteao's House of Usher, well, it doesn't get any gayer than this. Structurally House of Usher somewhat follows the story that it is based on. Both Roderick (Frank Mentier) and Madeline Usher (Jaimyse Haft) are present, and they are being visited by an old childhood friend, who the film gives the name Victor Reynolds (Michael Cardelle). And the house that the Usher kids live in is filled with mysterious occurrences and strange goings-on. But DeCoteau isn't interested in creating a faithful adaptation of the story; he's interested in buff men wearing as very little clothing as possible. I actually would have liked to have been in the meeting when this gay version of House of Usher was pitched. I wonder how long it took to convince the studio about taking on this project, and if any of Poe's other bodies of work were considered to be transformed into gay-erotic cinema. I can imagine The Raven being worked into something like this, and it featuring a perverted old man being pestered by a young twink who has perched himself on the door instead of an actual raven doing so. Acting wise, House of Usher isn't going to impress you much. Looking over the lead cast member's resumes I discovered that these actors have very little film acting experience, while some have primarily soap-opera acting experience. I didn't like Frank Mentier much as Roderick, who seems to want to be an extra in a Matrix film most of the time. Michael Cardelle wasn't too bad, but the film appears to be more concerned with giving him reasons to lose his clothes than giving him lines of dialogue. I know you can't take a film like this too seriously, but the newly added twist ending of this film adaptation of House of Usher upset me a bit. I don't know if it's because it insults the source material slightly, or the fact that it felt like a wasted effort for a film that was really only about having hot-bodied men in close vicinity of each other as many times as possible. I guess if you are hankering to see attractive young male skin, this movie might be up your alley. But if you are seeking a good Edgar Allen Poe adaptation, you're better off sticking with the Vincent Price version of this story.

Adam R (nl) wrote: Tim Burton's sentimental masterpiece is a film you will never forget. (First viewing - Childhood)