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‘Hellraiser’ Review – One of Us

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Oct 8 2022
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Is the new tale of Clive Barker’s Cenobites worth watching? Find out in the One of Us crew’s Hellraiser review.

In this new reboot (or maybe requel; further installments will tell for sure) Hulu got their hands on the Clive Barker money machine of Hellraiser. Not just fooling around, they got the director of 2021’s indie horror smash The Night House to take the helm. The story this time follows Riley (Odessa A’zion) a troubled young addict who gets ahold of the box and falls afoul of it’s demonic pain angels, the Cenobites. Multiple draggings to hell ensue.

Hellraiser Review

Wright and Chris take a look at this and decide where it falls in the Hellraiser rankings.

Podcast Link – Apple Podcasts

Credits:

  • Christopher Cox
  • Wright Sulek

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