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|Directed by:||Rick Bota|
|Written by:||Benjamin Carr; Tim Day|
|Produced by:||Nick Phillips; David S. Greathouse; Ron Schmidt|
|Music by:||Henning Lohner|
|Cinematography:||Vivi Dragan Vasile|
|Distributed by:||Dimension Films; Stan Winston Productions|
|Released:||June 7th, 2005|
|Running time:||88 min.|
Hellraiser: Deader is an American low-budget film of the horror genre. It deals with subjects of demonology and sinful temptation. It is the seventh installment in the Hellraiser film series and was directed by Rick Bota with a script written by Neal Marshall Stevens and Tim Day. It was produced by Dimension Films and released direct-to-video on June 7th, 2005.
Plot[edit | edit source]
Cast[edit | edit source]
|Kari Wuhrer||Amy Klein|
|Paul Rhys||Winter Lemarchand|
|Simon Kunz||Charles Richmond|
|Doug Bradley||Lead Cenobite|
|Ionut Chermenschi||Group leader|
|Hugh Jorgin||Arrogant reporter|
|Costi Barbulescu||The landlord|
|Daniel Chirea||Amy's father|
|Maria Pintea||Young Amy|
|Mircea Constantinescu||Subway cop #1|
|Marius Ratiu||Subway cop #2|
|Nike Phanzu||Deader guide|
|Dan Chiriac||Resurrected Deader|
|Alina Radu||Deader #1|
|Onut Dumitru||Deader #2|
|Mircea Hategan||Young subway cop|
|Laura Paraschiy||Little Sister Cenobite|
|Matthew Delamere||Doctor Kircher|
|Daria Enescu||Young girl painter|
|Snowy Highfield||Spike Cenobite|
|Mike Jay||Chatterer Cenobite|
|Mihai Gruia Sandu||Cabbie|
Appearances[edit | edit source]
- Mental health facility
- Severed hands
- Shot in the head
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Hellraiser: Deader (2005) redirects to this page.
Fun Facts[edit | edit source]
- The tagline for this film is "The Latest. Most Terrifying Evil".
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Explicit content[edit | edit source]
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