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|Directed by||Rick Bota|
|Written by||Joel Soisson; Carl V. Dupré|
|Produced by||Nick Phillips; Ron Schmidt|
|Music by||Lars Anderson|
|Distributed by||Dimension Films; Miramax Films|
|Release date(s)||September 6th, 2005|
|Running time||91 min.|
|Preceded by||Hellraiser: Deader|
|Followed by||Hellraiser: Revelations|
Hellraiser: Hellworld is a 2005 demonic horror film directed by Rick Bota. It is the eighth installment in the original Hellraiser franchise and was released directly to video the same year as it's predecessor, Hellraiser: Deader. Both movies were directed by Bota and filmed back-to-back. The film was produced by Dimension Films and Miramax Films and was released straight to video on September 6th, 2005. Hellraiser: Hellworld stars horror film icon Lance Henriksen as the enigmatic "host" of a party whose guests are registered players on the Hellworld online gaming website. As the party gets underway, the host sets the attendees up as victims for Pinhead and his Cenobite minions.
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- The DVD release of Hellraiser: Hellworld includes a Behind-the-Scenes featurette as well as audio commentary by director Rick Bota, writer Joel Soisson, producer Nick Phillips and makeup effects artist Gary J. Tunnicliffe.
- The script for Hellraiser: Hellworld was adapted from a treatment titled "Dark Can't Breathe". The story was unrelated to the Hellraiser series. 
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