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Hellraiser 4 Film Series [Blu-ray]

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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005M2AKLA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #49,972 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dogbury on April 19 2013
4 mediocre films, each one worse than the last. Low budget, uninspired, and in most of these, pinhead makes only slightly more than a cameo appearance. Inferno is the better one of these, all of which are much worse than the first 3 hellraiser movies. Different directors, each movie taking a different direction, completely disconnected from the past, and entirely inconsequential to its subsequently released sequels. Thus, these movies are all "self-contained". Many of these movies are hard to follow, and you will be strongly tempted to fast-forward halfway through. If you can actually afford 8 hours to go through all these 4 movies, congradulations. If you are a collector, by all means, by this 4-in-one blu-ray. Completion of a movie series is always an essential part of collecting...but there is really no other reason to buy them. As a last comment, calling these movies "horror" is debatable. No jumps, no scares, no plot, and barely any pinhead. The other hellish goons are almost entirely absent. No, these movies are not horror.
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Watched this many years ago and will watch it again as it is one of my favs. in horror and gore.
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not all the best hellraisers from this series buy not too bad of movies -- 4 movies in this set was great and ty
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
A decent release, considering Miramax Echo Bridge's short falls Dec 4 2011
By Vampyre Mike - Published on
I've heard quite a few poor reviews on Miramax/Echo Bridge who seem to put out the lower end Blu-Rays. I personally think this was a pretty solid release. As long as you know what your getting yourself into with the Hellraiser films =).

First and foremost as the other reviewer stated, each movie is presented in 1080P except Inferno which is my favorite of the series and is presented in 1080i. It still looks pretty good mind you. All four films come on one Dual Layered Blu-Ray with no subtitles. And the 5.1 surround is only on Hellworld while the others are 2.0.

Without going into an in depth review and synopsis of each film, they all pretty much have the same tie in. There is a puzzle box known as the Lament Configuration which when manipulated correctly opens a gateway from hell. Hence Pinhead and his friends, the Cenobites, always come through to murder, torture, and trick the protagonist(s) in each of the film(s).

Most people would argue with me but my favorites in the series are Inferno (V) and Hellseeker (VI). I enjoy more of the thriller/mystery genre compared to the bloody/slasher genre the other films seem to offer.

This was a pre-order on a few web sites for $7.99 and can now be purchased for $9.99 in most stores. Four films with a decent video quality, most certainly better than there DVD counterparts for ten bucks ain't half bad. The stories can vary and may not be everyone's cup of tea, but should keep your attention and they always have this cool and creepy underlying feeling due to the hell aspect, and our friend Pinhead.

Video Quality: C (sadly Inferno is only 1080i, they all look pretty good though)
Audio Quality :C- (can be on the low side, even with my sound bar I have to raise the volume pretty high)
Aesthetics: C (they could have made the print a little larger on the back cover, and the characters on the front don't match the films they coincide with.)
Price: A+
Extras: F (None at all, not even separate menus for each film,besides the initial choosing what movie you'd like to watch. And no subtitles at all brings this set down grade wise a lot.)
Overall: C+

Great for a horror movie night, or just a fan of these films in general. I recommend this set, especially for it's cheap price on Blu-Ray.
21 of 26 people found the following review helpful
Cheap price for an even cheaper release Nov. 8 2011
By carterk88 - Published on
-Each movie only cost around $2.50 if you get this for the right price.
-To my knowledge this is the only way to get Hellseeker on blu ray at this time.

-All four movies have been compressed onto the same disc, this will almost definitely have a negative effect on picture quality.
-Only one of the four movies has surround sound, the other three are left with 2.0
-No special features
-No separate menus, just an initial screen that has you select between the four movies and then they start up as soon as you choose.

Bottom Line:
If your able to get this set for really cheap ($12 or less) and your looking to own these movies just for the sake of one day owning all the Hellraiser movies, then I say pick it up. However if you seriously liked any of these movies your better off getting individual releases because the lack of surround sound and special features may be a deal breaker.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Well worth the money - 4 movies for the price of 1 Dec 31 2011
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I'll admit, I was a bit skeptical when this was first announced. 4 movies on 1 disc? Surely the quality can't be that great, right? But then I thought back on the Hellraiser series and realized that these were never about top-quality cinematography. This is pure fun, especially for fans of the series.

That said, the picture and audio quality is actually quite good. The picture is clear, perhaps ever-so-slightly softened...but much better than on DVD. And really, for the price of $2.50 per movie...on Blu-ray, this is a must have for horror and Hellraiser fans alike.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
awesome space saver set July 14 2013
By nolaboy2003 - Published on
Picked this up at Wal-Mart when it first came out for just at the $10.00 mark. Well worth the money for this set. At this price now of $5.99 on amazon, it is a steal. The picture quality is good on all of the movies, and the sound is decent and gets the job done. You will be much happier with this than even the older DVD releases. The new DVD re-releases, people should stay away from
This is about as close to a "box set" as we're going to come... July 27 2014
By John A. Sanchez - Published on
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So I saw this gem and decided that, oh, well, they're on Blu-ray, so why not? I found a Japanese import box set of the first three "Hellraiser" films. Those, combined with "Deader" and "Revelations," made for the complete series on Blu-ray. I heard that studio finagling is the reason why we will most likely never see all nine films in one neat little package. But the transfer on this one is decent, and I am a huge fan of the series, so I'm content.

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