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Ad copy for the DVD and Blu-ray releases hailed the film as coming "from the mind of Clive Barker." Barker, who has had little to no involvement with the series following Hellbound: Hellraiser II (1988), posted a profanity-laden message to his Twitter feed in response, calling the film "no... child of mine."
You have a darkness that rivals my own, Nico. It will be a very special pleasure to rip you apart.
Nico Bradley: Hang on, hang on. She opened the box! The girl!
Nico Bradley: Steven? Steven, is that you?
Sarah Craven: Steven?
Pinhead: Human names, human memories. They have no place, no meaning in ...
The vagrant speaks quite huskily in his first scene. Later when he reappears in front of the house, he simply speaks by using his normal voice.