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Kyle McRae encounters Julia Cotton, now almost fully restored to her human form. Julia seduces Kyle and begins devouring him when they kiss thus completing her regeneration. Kirsty stumbles upon the scene, but her reunion with Julia is interrupted by the arrival of Dr. Channard with Tiffany. Dr. Channard gives Tiffany the puzzle box, which she quickly opens. The Cenobites—Pinhead and his henchmen Chatterer, Butterball, and The Female—arrive, but refrain from harming Tiffany, knowing that Dr. Channard forced her to summon them. Meanwhile, Kirsty, Dr. Channard, and Julia all slip into the Cenobite realm, followed by Tiffany.

Hellraiser: Hellseeker is a horror film directed by David Bruckner, with a screenplay by Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski, from a screen story they co-wrote with David Goyer. Intended to serve as a reboot of Clive Barker’s 1987 film of the same name and the eleventh installment overall of the Hellraiser franchise, the film will adhere closely to the source material novella by Clive Barker, The Hellbound Heart. The film stars Odessa A’zion and Jamie Clayton. The project is a co-production between Spyglass Media Group and Phantom Four Films.

Plans for a Hellraiser remake commenced in October 2007, with Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury confirmed they would be directing the project, with Barker producing and Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton would write the script. After Maury and Bustillo left the project, Dimension Films announced that Todd Farmer and Patrick Lussier would be taking on this project, with production slated for the new year ahead of a late 2011, early 2012 release. However, following the release of Hellraiser: Revelations to secure continuing rights, Farmer confirmed that he and Lussier are no longer involved. By 2018, after the critical and commercial success of Halloween, Miramax Films had confirmed plans for new Hellraiser installments, including a prequel and a reboot. The film was green-lit in early 2019, with Bruckner directing it from a script written by Collins and Piotrowski. Filming on the film began from September to October 2021.

Hellraiser is scheduled to be released exclusively on Hulu in 2022.

Like new, no pinholes.