Horror followers, rejoice! Clive Barker’s horror 1987 masterpiece, Hellraiser, is getting a reboot–hopefully for actual this time–The Hollywood Reporter says. The movie will likely be dealt with by the workforce behind Sundance break-out hit, The Night House: David Bruckner, Ben Collins, and Luke Piotrowski. David Goyer will write the story in addition to produce.
Details of the reboot have but to be launched, however in a press release manufacturing firm Spyglass stated the movie would function a “loyal, yet evolved” tackle the supply materials.
Originally primarily based on Barker’s personal novella, The Hellbound Heart, Hellraiser tells the story of a younger lady, Kirsty, as she’s swept up into the brutal net of lies, magic, and monsters spun by her evil (assumed lifeless) uncle, Frank. It’s a path that finally leads her to uncover the thriller of the Lament Configuration, a Rubix-cube-like puzzle field able to opening a portal to hell. Unfortunately for Kirsty, the portal goes each methods, and permits a gaggle of hell-bound monsters known as Cenobites to reach on Earth.
This would be the fourth try at remaking Hellraiser, a saga which started again in 2006 with Dimension Films. The venture went by three units of administrators earlier than in the end being shelved in 2013. The Spyglass/Bruckner reboot seems to be unrelated to the canceled tasks.
No launch date has been set for the venture, however within the meantime, be sure you scratch your Hellraiser itch with our suggestions for the best streaming cosmic horror movies.