|The Hellbound Heart|
|Title:||The Hellbound Heart|
|1st printing:||November, 1986|
The Hellbound Heart is a novella written by famed horror author Clive Barker and published in paperback format by HarperCollins. It was first printed in November, 1986 in the third volume of the Night Visions anthology series published by Dark Harvest.  The story was later adapted into the 1987 horror film Hellraiser, which was directed by Clive Barker. The story was subsequently released as a stand-alone novella in 1988, following the success of Hellraiser and its sequel, Hellbound: Hellraiser II.
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Notes & Trivia Edit
- The main setting of this story is England, though the film appears to position the Cotton household somewhere in the United States.
- In the book, the so-called Butterball Cenobite fills the role of the Lead Cenobite, whereas in the movie, Pinhead is the Lead Cenobite, and Butterball is just one of his fellow members of the Order of the Gash.
- For the film, the name Rory Cotton is changed to Larry Cotton.
- In the book, Kirsty is a friend of Rory Cotton. In the film, Kirsty Cotton is Larry Cotton's daughter.
See also Edit
External Links Edit
- The Hellbound Heart at Wikipedia
- The Hellbound Heart at Good Reads
- The Hellbound Heart at Cold Reads
- The Hellbound Heart at Amazon.com
- The Hellbound Heart at The Hellbound Web
- The Hellbound Heart at Clive Barker Revelations