A detective (named Joseph) is in hell...but doesn't know it yet.
If you really love the monster and demonic side of hellraiser, you will hate this film, much as I did. This felt like a inferior tie-in or spin-off than it did a Hellraiser sequel. Admitedly there was a low budget, but the indie movie style of this just doesn't settle well. You'll either like it or detest it.
"A very credible entry in the Hellraiser series, Hellraiser: Hellseeker presents a nifty puzzle for gore fans, plus plenty of philosophical musings from the ineffable Pinhead ("Personally, I prefer pain"). A smoldering Dean Winters plays a man who survives a car accident in which his wife was apparently killed; because of a head injury, his memory is mixed up, and he can't distinguish between reality and fantasy. The borrowings from Memento are obvious, and the fragmented story pieces may not all fit together, but the mystery does become tantalizing. Within the low-budget constraints, veteran cinematographer Rick Bota (making his directing debut) keeps the atmosphere clipped and gloomy. The film also brings back Ashley Laurence, who appeared in the original installments of Clive Barker's franchise. One question: with Pinhead in the house, is visiting an acupuncturist really a good idea?"
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