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Discussion in 'General' started by fceurich39, Feb 18, 2016.
Is it just me?
I don't know if this is the case, but if a movie is still listed as "In Development" it won't allow it to be rated.
You'll probably be able to rate it after the street date, since it hasn't technically been released yet.
I thought amazon had it in stock and had been shipping over the last week.
Irrelevant to a release date on IMDB.
For instance, if you look up titles like Game Night or Annihilation being released later this month, you probably can't rate those either.
A complete trainwreck. Much like how "Leatherface" was the least fitting in with the TCM lore, "Hellraiser: Judgment" has very little in common with the films that precede it. It plays out like a piss poor rip off of "Saw" with Cenobites thrown in. The story is a convoluted mess, plagued by a cheap budget, bad acting, garbage - and unnecessary - shaky cam direction, and an ending that is more stupid than it is clever. Only two months deep into 2018 and this is by far the worst Horror film I've sat threw, and a high contender for worst horror film of the year.
Lets not forget "Seven".
Someone on the Horror.com forum liked the movie. Last I checked it's not on demand yet. But Hellraiser 3 to 8 are. I've been watching bits and pieces when I get the chance.
If you want to hear the director commentary that was not included on the home video release, here it is on youtube:
Just got around to seeing this. It wasn't awful or anything but it did have that kinda cheap production vibe to it. I dug the Auditor guy. He was entertaining and quite interesting.