Hellraiser Movies Ranked (Including Hellraiser 2022)
Hellraiser is one of the most legendary horror franchises, and to commemorate the release of the latest film, Hellraiser (2022), we’ve ranked all Hellraiser films from worst to greatest. The Hellraiser movies are ranked here.
Hellraiser: Hellworld (2005)
Hellworld, unquestionably the weakest of the Hellraiser movies, at least delivers on the gore, despite the storyline and premise being a complete disaster.
Hellraiser: Revelations (2011)
A screenplay that is clearly intended for DVD distribution. Yet there are some enjoyable times. We should mention there were some BLOODY good times.
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Hellraiser: Hellseeker (2002)
The main problem with Hellseeker is that it feels too disjointed. I’m not sure what genre it belongs to, but it disrupts the typical Hellraiser flow. Good times are rare and far between.
Hellraiser: Deader (2005)
The reason Deader is positioned in the middle of the list of the best Hellraiser movies is because it begins to take itself seriously once more. It has its ups and downs. Fans were only hoping for that at this point, even though parts of the screenplay are a jumble and don’t entirely deliver.
Hellraiser: Inferno (2000)
Due to Scott Derrickson, Inferno succeeds so wonderfully. He adds his powerful and eerie approach to Hellraiser, which was his first feature film.
Hellraiser: Judgement (2018)
Judgement is a respectable addition to the Hellraiser series, and it made every effort to restore it to its previous splendor. Even while it falls short of doing that, it does add something hideous to it.
Hellraiser III: Hell On Earth (1992)
Some of the scenes in Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth are extremely epic, especially the one at the club. When it comes to the realistic effects and death scenes, this one is very eerie and gruesome. Even if the storyline starts to fall apart at this point, there are still some terrifying scenes that elevate this to a fantastic film.
Hellraiser: Bloodline (1996)
An underrated addition to the franchise is Bloodline. This story literally takes place in space, so how could you not be interested? Sci-fi and horror mixed?
Hellbound: Hellraiser II (1988)
In spite of being a fantastic sequel to the first film, Hellraiser II had a script that was a little disorganized and had a few narrative holes. Even yet, the gore by itself makes it entertaining.
Jamie Clayton entirely transforms the Hell Priest, a.k.a. Pinhead, into her own persona. Even if they were created in 2022, they adhere to the useful impacts and that works. Both the Cenobites and the narrative are eerie. It begins out slowly, but as it gets going, it quickly becomes the second-best of all of them.
They always claim that the original cannot be topped, and in this instance, they are correct. Definitely scary is the original Hellraiser. As it delves into humanity’s dubious morality, it was virtually revolutionary at the time. It’s a bloody good time, and it established the standard for the usable effects used throughout the whole franchise.