2002 R 1:29 Dean Winters, Ashley Laurence, Doug Bradley (as Pinhead)
Trevor is suffering from terrifying hallucinations after losing his wife and memory in a car crash. These vision threaten the man’s grip on reality.
This is more a mystery than horror in my point of view. I’d say the more memories that come back to him, the more crazy he gets yet still doesn’t remember. Plus he has to deal with being a suspect, as his wife’s body was not found in the car after the crash. There are times I think that the audience isn’t supposed to be able to tell if its ‘reality’ or an hallucination.
I miss the days seeing the criminals and those who messed with the puzzle box were turned into cenobites. I always wondered why they were called that and not just demons, because frankly they are that. Plus the fact Hellraiser is the series, so wouldn’t Pinhead as the lead cenobite really be the devil incarnate and the others just his demons?)
Another reason why I wonder they were called that is because cenobite, sounds more like a kilobite megabite etc. maybe ceno = Century bite, either that or some sort of robotic parasite.
We get flashes in his halucinations of some of the cenobites but they are not really satisfying for the longtime fans of the series. I remember in one of them identical twins cops were made into a twisted conjoined twins. Will Trevor be turned in to a cenobite, some sort of guppy maybe? These later installments make me sad as they are not made as well as they once were I just beg hollywood, PLEASE if there is any remake/reboot of the franchise DO NOT LET Rob Zombie have anything to do with it.