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Hellraiser: Hellseeker

Home Video Poster for Hellraiser: Hellseeker
Directed by Rick Bota
Produced by Jesse Berdinka,
Michael Leahy,
Ron Schmidt,
Joel Soisson
Written by Clive Barker (characters),
Carl V. Dupré,
Tim Day
Starring Dean Winters
Ashley Laurence
Rachel Hayward
Trevor White
Doug Bradley
Music by Stephen Edwards
Cinematography John Drake
Editing by Anthony Adler,
Lisa Mozden
Distributed by Dimension Home Video Buena Vista
Release date(s) October 15, 2002
Running time 89 minutes
Country USA
Language English
Budget $3,000,000 (estimated)
Preceded by Hellraiser: Inferno
Followed by Hellraiser: Deader

Hellraiser: Hellseeker is a 2002 horror film, directed by Rick Bota. It is the sixth film in the Hellraiser series. The film was released straight to DVD on October 15, 2002.

Plot

Dean Winters plays Trevor, who survives a car accident that apparently kills his wife Kirsty Cotton (Ashley Laurence) when their car plunges off a bridge into the river below. Trevor manages to escape with his life, but, even though police divers find both car doors open, there is no sign of Kirsty.

One month later, Trevor wakes up in a hospital and realizes that his wife is missing, but because of a head injury, his memory is uncertain and he cannot distinguish between fantasy and reality. Trevor finds himself the prime suspect in a murder case, and has two homicide detectives on his tail. Many strange events befall him, until the Cenobite Pinhead shows him reality. The reality is that Kirsty is in fact still alive. Trevor learns that in reality he was never a good guy. He cheated on his wife with many other women. He then tries to get rid of Kirsty by making her reopen the Lament Configuration. She does but before being taken she strikes one last deal with Pinhead. She will give him 5 souls in exchange for hers. So she kills three of Trevor's mistresses, and one of Trevor's friends, who was conspiring to kill her for her fortune.

Trevor is in shock about learning his true past and he takes off the covers, of who he believes to be Kristy, on the operating table. But learns that the person on the table is not Kirsty, but in fact him. He is the fifth soul and this entire time he has been in Hell living in limbo. Trying to rediscover his past and piece his life back together were his punishment for his disloyalty to his wife and his denial to accept who he truly was. The film ends with Kirsty walking away from a crime scene with the Lament Configuration in hand. It seems that she has pinned all of the murders on Trevor and shot Trevor through the head leading him to crash the car into the river.

Cast

Actor/Actress Role
Dean Winters Trevor
Ashley Laurence Kirsty Cotton
Doug Bradley Pinhead / Merchant (as Charles Stead)
Rachel Hayward Allison
Trevor White Bret
William S. Taylor Detective Lange
Michael Rogers Detective Givens
Sarah-Jane Redmond Gwen
Jody Thompson Tawny
Ken Camroux Ambrose
Dale Wilson Chief Surgeon / Surgeon Cenobite
Kaaren de Zilva Sage
Gus Lynch Boyfriend
Kyle Cassie Paramedic
Alec Willows Janitor
Brenda McDonald Angular Nurse
Basia Antos Woman in Window
John B. Destry Detective #1
Sarah Hayward Stich Cenobite
Mike J. Regan Dark Figure
Nancy J. Lilley Bound Cenobite
Scott Swanson Hapless Soul

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