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Hellraiser: Hellseeker
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Title: Hellraiser: Hellseeker
Directed by: Rick Bota
Written by: Carl V. Dupré
Tim Day
Produced by: Jesse Berdinka
Joel Soisson
Mike Leahy
Ron Schmidt
Music by: Steve Edwards
Cinematography: John Drake
Edited by: Anthony Adler
Lisa Mozden
Distributed by: Dimension Films; Miramax Films
Released: October 15th, 2002
Rating: R
Running time: 89 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Budget: $3,000,000
Previous: Hellraiser: Inferno (2000)
Next: Hellraiser: Deader (2005)

Hellraiser: Hellseeker is an American horror film of the demonic thriller subgenre. It is the sixth installment in the Hellraiser film series and the second film in the series to be released direct-to-video. The movie follows the 2000 film Hellraiser: Inferno and is followed by the 2005 sequel Hellraiser: Deader. The movie was directed by Rick Bota and produced by Dimension Films. It was released on home video on October 15th, 2002. The film stars Dean Winters in the lead role of Trevor Gooden as well as Doug Bradley reprising his role of the Lead Cenobite, Pinhead. Actress Ashley Laurence from the first two Hellraiser films returns for the sixth movie in the role of Kirsty Cotton.

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  • The tagline to this film is "Evil. Deadly. Immortal".

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