Hellraiser (2022) review: A great reboot that might not be weird enough

Perhaps word of the new Hellraiser movie evoked both pleasure and discomfort. This is the style of Cenobites, the other type of people who prey on desire and do not distinguish between pain and pleasure. But I know I only felt happy watching Hellraiser (2022).

After 10 full-length feature films, Hellraiser – like so many movie series that went on to get sequels – is just too cumbersome and full of lore. He needed what I’ll refer to as the Halloween 18 treat. That’s because David Gordon’s 2018 Halloween movie was the perfect way to revive the Michael Myers franchise, and dispense with whatever was on it, leading to a clean slate of clutter.

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