Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth

Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth

Pinhead is trapped in a sculpture and fortunately for him the sculpture is bought by a young playboy who owns his own night club. Pinhead busies himself escaping by getting the playboy to lure victims to his presence so he can use their blood. Once free, he seeks to destroy the puzzle cube so he need never return to Hell, but a female reporter is investigating the grisly murders and stands in his way.

The story follows a journalist in a battle with the darkness. She immediately has to prevent Pinhead and his legions and prison them again in the block. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth torrent reviews

Durga A (fr) wrote: Heart wrenching emotional saga interrupted by unique comedy and performed to the best.Watch it for Kal So-Won.

Ben V (kr) wrote: Wasn't a classic, but quite funny in places, a strange cast but Mandy Moore was very beautiful, and also I didn't even know what swinging was, so pretty happy to learn something new.

Felipe F (gb) wrote: Brutal, harsh, energetic and piercing, in a striking debut Irritu crafts a harrowing and intricate "mexican pulp fiction" that serves both as a piece of art and as a vehicle for star Gael Garca Bernal.

Rob C (ag) wrote: A weak gangland movie in the vein of The Outsiders. We also have a star from that movie in the form of Fritzy (Matt Dillon) as the head mob boss of the city. Everything goes through him. Frankly, I think he played a horrible role and it's good he wasn't mentioned on the forefront of the cast. Considering there was a lot more drama thrown into the film, I think most of it was unneccessary. Leon (Stephen Dorff) carried the majority of the film with his commanding presence, but it was his out of control brother Bobby (Brad Renfro) who benefited more out of the movie. It was more or less centered around him and with Leons death, got him out of the city which took both his brothers lives.

Claire T (it) wrote: I thought it was a good movie, John Ritter was great in the film but it's still a good movie but I don't think I want the movie on DVD, it also starred Michael Oliver as Junior and Gilbert Gottfried, I would love it on DVD

Erik C (gb) wrote: One of the great masterworks of cinema, this silent French serial consistently entertains and thrills over its seven hour running time. The story primarily consists of newspaper reporter Philippe Guerande (Edouard Mathe) and his friend Mazamette (played brilliantly by Marcel Levesque) investigating a gang of thieves called The Vampires, who hold the bourgeoisie of Paris in their criminal grip. The film is too influential and important to ignore, simultaneously suspenseful, hilarious, and provocative, and includes dazzling cinematography, mise en scene, flashbacks, stunts, plot twists, and, of course, the iconic Irma Vep (Musidora). It's especially interesting to revisit now given the predominance and popularity of television serials as well as how it represents the mindset and paranoia of a "war on terror." A stunning and captivating piece of cinema.

TheRantingAnchor R (kr) wrote: A true f*cking masterpiece. Forget the scary original with all of its memorable quotes, this one has an EXPLODING SHARK that ROARS and STANDS ON THE WATER WITH ITS TAIL. That is what true quality looks like.

Jake A (it) wrote: No this isn't a film about the British rock band but what it is is a horror film in the vaguest sense that just piles on cliche after cliche. We have it all here be it dream sequences, false jump scares, jumpscares in general, a boring family who blames a child for all the incidents that happen and we even get someone in to help get rid of the paranormal presence... Yawn.