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New Year's Countdown 2 ( Re-Release With New Intro)

December 31, 2019 Season 14 Episode 6
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New Year's Countdown 2 ( Re-Release With New Intro)
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Binge-Watchers Podcast
New Year's Countdown 2 ( Re-Release With New Intro)
Dec 31, 2019 Season 14 Episode 6
Johnny Spoiler and The Binge-Watchers

Happy New Year's from The Binge-Watchers!!!

To ring in 2020, here is one of our Top episodes from 2019, at Top #2, here is "What The Horror: Hellraiser 3."

Original Episode Blip:

On Tonight’s Exciting Episode:

  • "No good.  No evil.  Only Flesh." - Pinhead, Hellraiser 3.
  • We love Hellraiser 3 and we would love to tell you why it is our favorite Hellraiser sequel.
  • We do show love to Hellraiser 1, Hellraiser 2, and the stories by Clive Barker, but we have to tell the truth about the rest of the series.
  • Watch Joey try to escape Hell on Earth in our favorite Hellraiser sequel.


Here is the description:

"Sleazy nightclub owner purchases a strange, disturbing sculpture, which he soon discovers contains a mysterious, ornate puzzle box. This box is a legendary object that promises the secrets of ultimate pain and pleasure, but is in fact a gateway to hell. Soon the box's new owner has unleashed the evil Pinhead, a member of a race of supernatural beings known as Cenobites. Pinhead proceeds to murder numerous clubgoers in an attempt to gain power and fully free himself into the earthly realm. He faces unexpected opposition, however, from a television reporter investigating the mysterious club murders. When she discovers the truth behind the enigmatic puzzle box, she realizes that only she can stop the carnage. However, she must not only defeat Pinhead, but his fellow Cenobites, including the barbed-wire-wrapped Barbie and the horrific CD-Head. (Yes, CD-Head does indeed kill people by shooting CDs from his head.)" - Rotten Tomatoes

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Happy New Year's from The Binge-Watchers!!!

To ring in 2020, here is one of our Top episodes from 2019, at Top #2, here is "What The Horror: Hellraiser 3."

Original Episode Blip:

On Tonight’s Exciting Episode:

  • "No good.  No evil.  Only Flesh." - Pinhead, Hellraiser 3.
  • We love Hellraiser 3 and we would love to tell you why it is our favorite Hellraiser sequel.
  • We do show love to Hellraiser 1, Hellraiser 2, and the stories by Clive Barker, but we have to tell the truth about the rest of the series.
  • Watch Joey try to escape Hell on Earth in our favorite Hellraiser sequel.


Here is the description:

"Sleazy nightclub owner purchases a strange, disturbing sculpture, which he soon discovers contains a mysterious, ornate puzzle box. This box is a legendary object that promises the secrets of ultimate pain and pleasure, but is in fact a gateway to hell. Soon the box's new owner has unleashed the evil Pinhead, a member of a race of supernatural beings known as Cenobites. Pinhead proceeds to murder numerous clubgoers in an attempt to gain power and fully free himself into the earthly realm. He faces unexpected opposition, however, from a television reporter investigating the mysterious club murders. When she discovers the truth behind the enigmatic puzzle box, she realizes that only she can stop the carnage. However, she must not only defeat Pinhead, but his fellow Cenobites, including the barbed-wire-wrapped Barbie and the horrific CD-Head. (Yes, CD-Head does indeed kill people by shooting CDs from his head.)" - Rotten Tomatoes

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spk_1:
00:00
Hey, Johnny Spoiler again with Binge Watchers podcast, it was actually really hard for me to pick the next on the countdown lineup. Hopefully, you've already cracked open some champagne and you're already thinking about how you can break your new rears resolutions in 2020. But next up in our countdown line up for New Year's is an episode called What, The Whore, Hillary's or Three. We had a whole run back in October, called What The War Was a Miniseries about some of our favorite Sequels and horror franchises. And believe it or not, 300,000 of you really enjoyed the Hillary's or three episode. Damn, it was a great episode. It was a hit for the month, and it was really hard to pick that over our summer slash episode. Back in August, we were talking about movies like Don't Go into the House hell Night house on Sorority row, Slumber party Massacre Um you know, ah, final chatter from Friday 13th but for some reason of an entire run, a movie called Pieces was the best of that miniseries. So I was really torn between this next count on episode, you know, being between do I just, ah, reintroduced pieces to you, Or do I just roll with Hellraiser? Three. But ultimately, it's new years. I'll probably watching one of the Hell Raiser entries, and I'm probably gonna go with number three. So boom, without further
spk_0:
01:16
ado, here's Hellraiser
spk_1:
01:18
Crack open a cold box of wine, or pour something cold on ice because it's the binge watchers podcast 
spk_1:
00:00
So, like, where do you start talking about a Hell Raiser sequel? Do you have to go all the way back to the original Hellraiser? Oh, Clive Barker was a writer of scary stuff, and he created pinhead.
spk_1:
01:30
Three. So, like, where do you start talking about a Hell Raiser sequel? Do you have to go all the way back to the original Hellraiser? Oh, Clive Barker was a writer of scary stuff, and he created pinhead.
spk_1:
02:00
made. The second movie actually arrived at part three. Or do you say, like, there's a bunch of other terrible Hellraiser Sequels? And you kind of wonder, like, could you imagine if the first Hillary looks like calories or hell world or like part five Part six? Like anything after inferno, you go. What's the point? Why should I even have raised any hell at all? You don't I mean, like, Ah, I wonder. I kind of don't do you ever wonder that, like if new movie fans come across like a Siri's, but they started like a random sequel like they don't start with the original. They just, like, cut somewhere in the middle. Like, could that Could that ruin their franchise experience if they picked the wrong sequel?
spk_0:
02:47
Um, possibly, depending on how bad it is. Um, you know, like, for instance, this Ah, this one was the very first Hellraiser movie I ever saw.
spk_1:
02:57
You started with Hillary's or three Hell on Earth. Yeah,
spk_0:
03:00
because it was just randomly on tv.
spk_1:
03:03
Okay, so you probably liked the camera head killer, right? The camera
spk_0:
03:09
has CD guy.
spk_1:
03:10
Yeah. Oh, yeah. Then the deejay gets turned into, like a guy that shoots CDs out of its face. You should amount of his face of your face. You will die. He'll continue on his demon way and be happy too, you know, mixed the heat. The hit says he does it. That's the only thing is like they should have had him, like, just given and beats like you should have heard. Like records break tracked. You should share like musical cues. You know, it's only if I had have a criticism of the ah, the sinner bite that shot CDs that people would be. Um, yeah, I should have had, like musical cues in the background or D J riffs or hip hop riffs or something. Um, what are we talking about? We're talking about Hillary's or three hell on Earth, which is, you know, the third. Do you say third sequel, you say? Second sequel, I guess, is technically the 2nd 2nd Yeah. Um, so Clive Barker wrote a book, A novel, and it has a really good title, but I can't think of what it is right now. He was writing a bunch of intense horror stuff that mostly pulls unlike I assume he must have been raised Catholic, right? Because he really just he really just kind of pulls on Catholicism's for a lot of this stuff, right?
spk_0:
04:19
Like you get that impression. I don't know if he is or not,
spk_1:
04:23
or he already has a beef with religion in general, just organized religion in general, who knows? Um, because he definitely takes it back to the faith, you know, in most of the stuff. And ah, there's an awesome quote in this movie. So anyway, there's this legendary, murderous demon who comes out of something called the Puzzle Box, and I had mentioned center by earlier. That's just the name for demons in this movie. But he says that there's no good. There's no evil. There's only flesh and literally like at the core theme of the Hellraiser movies is like the greatest sin is usually some kind of sexual deviance and involves literally flesh the morning use it. It's like a commodity in this move these movies, but pin it is it is what at one point, he was as infamous as Freddie Hugger or Jason Vorhees or Michael Myers. And if you see a lot of the sketches online, folks, if you're tuning into like these franchise killers only through like Facebook videos or YouTube sketches, they often do not include a pinhead reference.
spk_0:
05:26
Yeah, he's He's kind of on the Mount Rushmore for some people.
spk_1:
05:29
Yeah, he's played play an actor named Doug Bradley, and it was really funny. Did you ever see Doug Bradley's Thanksgiving? No, Man, look this up, folks. Google, Doug Bradley, Thanksgiving. It's just literally him at home with his family Thanksgiving, and I think he's talking about the hose, your stuff, but you seem like cut a turkey, and it's just like a normal video right because he's like a real chill dude in real life, usually a classically trained actor almost like Donna Donald Pleasants or John Hurt. You know? I mean, like, John Hurt was an alien. And you're like, Why is he in a fucking Ely is? And then or Donald Pleasants, but also classically trained riel rule, you know, upper crusty, London based actor. And he's in the Halloween movies, right? And then you have here you have Doug Bradley in the Hellraiser films, but it makes sense. Why? Because, like Doug Bradley condolence were a speech like nobody's business. Like
spk_0:
06:24
he definitely adds gravitas to is Ah, his dialogue.
spk_1:
06:28
Yeah, totally. And he has, like, two speeches in Hillary's or three that you're like, Okay, this just elevated this movie a little bit higher than it was. You know what I mean? Like, if you hear a pinhead talk for five minutes, you're, like, OK? Totally worth the cost of the popcorn, right? Yeah. Um, and it's funny that David said he turned this one in on TV like I am. Did you come in on the scene where they're all walking through the streets and all the cities, like exploding around fire?
spk_0:
06:53
I think so. I think that's kind of where it cut my attention.
spk_1:
06:56
Well, like I'm gonna throw that clip of on Facebook, and actually, this eclipse will be up before this episode's even downloaded, but, um, or uploaded whatever. Ah, I think that's the same. That would bring people into this movie. And I'm sure that's like the big hype scene for the teaser trailer, you know?
spk_0:
07:15
Yeah. Say that in the nightclub massacre like that? Like I didn't say. If
spk_1:
07:21
you get this script as a filmmaker, like, let's hear the director for hire and you get this script you're flipping through the pages. Bullshit, bullshit. Bullshit. Pin has a soul. What the fuck? Bullshit, bullshit, Bullshit Girl reminiscing about her dad lost Vietnam. Bullshit. Bullshit. Bullshit. Wait a minute. 33 souls in a nightclub, reminiscent all African. You know, Kubrick's a shining Okay, man, you don't really like like, all right? We're gonna you know, for me, though, you know what would get me into this movie is I love the floating statue that trapped in. And I think that I think that harkens back in the 2nd 1 but I don't remember them getting forged into the statue at the end of the 2nd 1 Honestly, Ah, it might be a carry over from the 2nd 1 they were. So they were technically committed to the floating statue that pinhead strapped in. But I don't I don't honestly remember, um, if they were forged into the statue of the the end of part two,
spk_0:
08:18
you know, confession. I've never seen never, too. It's Yeah, watches went out of order,
spk_1:
08:25
man. Dude, I think most fans would actually choose part two overall off the 1st 3 originals. Actually,
spk_0:
08:33
I've heard a lot of people say that. So I'm really intrigued to watch it
spk_1:
08:36
because, like, First of all, Pinhead has some competition in a character that just is trying to take over hell and she's a madwoman. And she's like she's the stepmother who the brother had the affair with in the first movie that set this whole thing off with the puzzle blocks in the first place. It has the, um, the daughter, though, who is the hero in the first movie. She's actually in the sequel, and then the stepmother of Skips from Helen is trying to manipulate this doctor into completing the puzzle box in a way that they could take over, essentially take over hell, I guess, and then bring held us to earth and have this whole apocalypse power trip or whatever, right? Like for immortality, like they have this whole play that was completely different from from anybody else. So she was full of ambition, and she was a terrorize, er this stepmother man in like, uh and and then they're still digger to in a sex scene. So if you got a mommy thing and you want to watch these movies, you're gonna get your jollies off. I mean, like I said, there's a sexual component to freakin hellraiser, and there's no way around that, you know? They mean, like, I mean, they have what a bondage thing in this one, Right? When when pinhead makes a deal with the guy who owns the club like you gotta feed me, feed me some souls, you know, hook a brother up, You know, I'm saying, Ah, we're just one. He didn't feed them very many. Only, like, literally feed your one girl and then spoiler alert skipped ahead. Everybody, because I'm about to spoil something. Spoiler alert. All right. Fair enough. I gave him like, I don't know, 10 seconds enough time, given enough time. So J. P. Monroe, who's like this Wall Street playboy? Whatever owns this nightclub? He cuts a deal with Pinhead. It didn't seem like he was gonna get anything out of it, except maybe not get eaten. I don't know. But then he gives him. He gives up one girl, which is then you get the flayed alive. Another classic thing about the Hillary's groceries is somebody always has to lose all their skin and then just be muscle and tissue and bone and still be alive, right? They get skinned alive. That's kind of the thing. So you know his little, Ah, I don't know Street, red, dinner date or whatever gets taken and boom, she's gone in one night standard. She's out. And then you know he's bringing in the supporting chick whose name is Terry, who's like, kind of about the movies making a series of bad choices. And but then, supposedly trying to turn her life around, I don't know if she's pound around with, like the main girl who's Joey, who's her cub reporter. But it's doing like the side of life bullshit reports. And she wants to do some real journalism, right? But getting back to the night club owner, um, he makes a mistake and then he gets kicked in the statue himself and then here and then apparently that's enough. Like it's kind of silly that it's only It only takes two deaths for the statue to eat, for all the demons to get out and pin head to get released. But the pacing is pretty quick in this movie. It's like being being, um, what's a little disjointed is like when it transitions to any of the dream sequences. There's no transitions like we're just suddenly in them, which is kind of a little awkward. Ah, I do like the director of the movie. I got a soft spot for this guy. He can't really do any wrong in my eyes. You know? My buddy Anthony ah hit Cox fromthe waxworks movies one and two, you know. So he's got some horror cachet, so to speak. He's, ah, done some horror film stuff, and he's done some horror TV stuff, and I think he's done some lately used that. I think a lot of television. But, um, yeah, he's got some clout. So if you like any of those movies you're jamming on those, he's, ah, the gun for hire on this one. Gonna try to read up to see how he got involved in this and see what he had to say about it. But I really couldn't find anything. Oh, going back to have a statue takes blood to get going or whatever. It was kind of silly that that the puzzle box had gotten stolen like another trying to get the story started. There was like a random guy at the hospital, right? And then, like the change from apart. And he's supposedly the one that got to the statue and and ah, took the puzzle blocks out of it or whatever. But then it's like a rat that gets the story started because it bites the nightclub owner. I'm like they literally just wrote that in like, a guys. We got to get this thing with the statue. Go on. How could we get How could we do that? And then, you know, you got, like, you know, Steve at the back of the rooms like, Hey, what if I'm a rat was just crawling by and happened to bite the guy, and then he bled on the statute. All right. Do you know what I mean? Like the guy who brought in the Chinese food, you know, literally said, Hey, why don't you have a rat, like, just crawl across the dude and bite him, you know?
spk_0:
13:09
Yeah, it does that. You have to go along with a few things in this movie. Like it stretches logic. Um oh, are you know, you have to believe how I don't know about stretching logic, but, uh, the thing that brings literally held earth is so stupid because she's having a dream and her dad, like, Hey, just give me the box, okay? Doesn't question anything, does just That's it.
spk_1:
13:37
Oh, you're talking about when the pinheads pretending to be the death? Yes. Okay. Yeah, well, but then, like pinheads, soul, like, was telling her, Don't get tricked. And like you could give the power to alter reality and blah, blah, blah. I don't know, and I don't like dependent backstory. He's like a world war two British fighter pilot or something. And then I don't know if he crash lands or if he's honest, safari, like one of those Sequels, suggests that he's like It's really weird. I don't really know how to connect the dots between the pinhead thing. And then, like, he just he just had something an alter ego contained within himself that was purely evil. And it gets loose. I don't know. Um, also, there's a weird scene where the Terri girl is trying to cook for the main character. It's like in the first couple scenes were working together. Yes. Did you read the cookbook that she was holding it? Says Microwave Cookbook. Really? Yeah. So they have this scenario where she's like cooking food straight on, ah, straight on the burners and call it cooking. And then again, like I said, I actually was reading what the cookbook said, and it said, Microwave Cookbook. So Microwave, which is the background, and that's like the one thing she's not using the cook. But again, this girl is just filled with bad choices, and she will become a demon later on. Oh, it's just kind of a stupid one. I mean, she looks cool. With the exception of one thing. Can you name that one element Dave, That I think is really stupid.
spk_0:
15:03
I can't say.
spk_1:
15:04
Oh, the cigarette coming out of her neck.
spk_0:
15:08
Oh, yeah. Yeah.
spk_1:
15:09
I do like the voice box suggestive of lung cancer. But I hate the, uh, just have any cigarettes. Six straight out of our neck. Well, she talks. It's just stupid. She has smoked cigarettes. I would rather see a demon smoking cigarettes. And maybe she has a really scary looking like cigarette holder. That's really morbid or something, you know? I mean, that would be cool. Or maybe she can light, you know, cigarettes on fire, her fingertips or something. But oh, another center by the stupid one who has, like, fuel. He's like a gas tank. I don't know where this guy comes from.
spk_0:
15:44
Yeah, I don't know.
spk_1:
15:45
Most of them had an origin story in the movie. Except for a couple of them. Didn't make any sense. He's one of them. He busted the wall of a convenience store, a shake something up in his hand, and then he shoots everything like a blowtorch. Like a flame thrower. Yeah. I don't know where he came from. Most of them have an origin story like, Ah, what's the other one pump head or drill head or something. The nightclub owner actually turns into one where he has the things through his head. Look,
spk_0:
16:14
a little jackhammers. She's I can't remember.
spk_1:
16:19
Well, anyway, he shows up later, is a monster, and for about five seconds when they're terrorizing Joey, who is the main character? Um, what's funny to is I have this little I wrote some notes, folks, because I wanted to bring up the specific points. Also, um, so the statue needs to consume blood to release the demons. But what wakes up pinhead to the fact that sins are being committed is that the sex scene, like I described earlier, But it's like literally an eye opening orgasm, like quite literally, Pinhead opens his eyes at the climax, and he's like, Oh, hey, so there's some sitting going on. I guess I better step into that. Take care of that in a way like pinhead could almost be an agent for, like cleaning up since, you know you don't. I mean, like, you think he's just to punish the wicked, but then you find out he has, like, a personal agenda, and it's really has nothing to do with, like, punishing the wicked or it might. It may not. He's just, like, morbidly fascinated. I don't know. I mean, like, what do you think is deal it take over hell,
spk_0:
17:24
huh? I don't know old her power, I suppose he, uh, gets off on pain for others. Yeah. So you
spk_1:
17:35
missed the nightclub scene. That's probably what this movie this movie is infamous for. And I would think that would be the director is not right there. I think that would going to think so. Wouldn't that be the set pieces?
spk_0:
17:44
I would say so. I mean, it's set pieces. Are that in the battle in the street? Um, they I mean, this movie has a mixture of, like, really good special effects and really shitty special effects. Ah, like the ending when they hear all the center bites Ah, fold into the box or get bolted in having
spk_1:
18:04
rotoscoping with a light beam.
spk_0:
18:06
Yeah, it's pretty. Well, I think it does not hold up, but then, like the practical effects work really well, like the chains whipping out of the box, toe piercing into their skin. Like, really worked for me?
spk_1:
18:18
Yeah. The chain thing they kind of figure out with the original. I don't know if it's a reverse photography. You know where it's really like a changer withdrawing. But then they reverse and it looks like the changes snapping on someone. But, yeah, the chains coming up out of the puzzle Box Street from held to punish you or it's pretty intense and it's horrifying. And that's probably that's the main indicator of hell raiser. It's almost like everything is on, Ah, razor's edge. Actually, like literally everything. It's lost a lot of slicing and dicing. Yeah, a lot of tearing and rendering is basically what it is. Um, visit Anthony's best movie. It's probably his one of the bigger budgets he's working, and it's also a franchise. Um, like I said, I was gonna hopefully do research on talk tonight about how he got to the product. I ran out of time to do that. So I'm really just talking to you as a fan. And if you're a fan of what we've been talking about, you want to check out Hellraiser three. Believe or not, we have this little thing with Amazon. Now where were Amazon influencing some pics? Cool is that she got an Amazon store episode notes. You could go and watch Hillary's or three on Prime What I start with Hellraiser. Three. If that was my only entry into the Hellraiser series, I feel like you could watch this one separate from the other Sequels. I'd be pretty happy, but I actually think you could probably stumble into this just like David did. You could literally just turn this on TV and watch it and enjoy it. Um, most likely, you're not gonna watch it on TV. So again, I recommended Prime. You can also watch it. I think on voodoo, which is actually where I saw it. It rewatched it revisited it. Actually, um, I don't know if it's available anywhere else, but it's definitely available on those two.
spk_0:
20:05
Well, it's on who, Lou. That's where I watched X. I subscribe. Actually own a blueberry of it, too, but I've been busy, so I'd actually watch us on my phone today. That's right. That's how committed of a binge watch frame of John's like watch Hillary's at three and like, all right, I don't have that much time, but I'll watch it on my phone. Yeah,
spk_1:
20:24
that's funny. Dave's practicing for a play, and he's like, Oh, I'll just watch it in between whatever rehearsal takes or whatever, they however, they do the whole thing. But that's really funny. Like I just think about like, actors on set and like, What are they watching on their iPhone? You know, like a razor three. Well, I think I think what? Dave texted me that I was just like also, imagine if one of his co stars walked over it like the bonded sex scene e like that.
spk_0:
20:51
Very conscious of that. I always felt a corner to go watch.
spk_1:
20:55
That's funny. Yeah, like if somebody walks up the wrong time, you know, like great all the flesh being torn off somebody and be like, I'm sorry, Dave. What exactly are you watching on
spk_0:
21:04
your or what's worse, if it was somebody younger, They're like, What are those things sticking out of his head like alright, CDs?
spk_1:
21:14
Oh, yeah, that's the thing, too, is like, I don't know who came up with this device, but including technology that had just come out. That was a big deal turning point in technology. So they incorporated it into this movie in a really cool way at the time. Well done, you know. Right. Uh, kind of funny on the bench now. Binge later. Been whatever. It's right on apartment. I don't care if you come in on Hell Raiser three or hell, Raiser too. Binge those at the same time. Absolutely. Binge. Later. Get to the original at some point. But I feel like the original. So intense and also, um, or dark. It's not as entertaining as two or three. There's a lot of torture in part two. But I think if you watch number one, you might be disturbed and never pick up another Hellraiser movie ever again. If you watch anything after apart three. Like if you come in on 45678 whatever they're up to now like it will put a bad taste in your mouth. You'll never wanna watch any of these movies.
spk_0:
22:09
I've seen one or two of them from after three, and they're awful. I watch one from I think, like 2010 2011 straight to video. Well, all of them were straight to video after this one. I
spk_1:
22:21
mean, one of them has two guys go to Mexico. It's like a found footage horror film. So, like Dimension film had this franchise, they owned the rights to do a found footage entry. Okay. And then later on, they're like, Well, the internet is a big deal. We gotta do something with the Internet. So they had, like, I am chat with with pinhead for hell world You know you don't like. He got on the World Wide Web and he's coming after you said of the puzzle blocks. He's on the Internet. It's common for you. There was one, and I think it's called Inferno. It's the fourth or 5th 1 There's a police detective,
spk_0:
22:53
I think you know I have heard of it. I've seen it.
spk_1:
22:56
I want to do another spoiler alert. I don't know how to handle this one. Um, maybe do another spoiler alert. Skip ahead. Um, give me a couple of minutes here to talk, and then and then if you don't want to hear it, don't. Here. The one with the police detective is actually kind of good. And it's the guy from, um I think we talked about this during the the DVD catacombs run were we were talking about ah, last year we did this whole 39th marathon for Halloween. They're classics now. You can go listen to any of the It came from the DVD catacombs. You won't be disappointed We did this whole 30 night marathon for Halloween last year. You know, we talked about returning the living dead. Fact about Silver Bullet talked about the original Halloween's David talked about the Tales from the Crypt movies that have nothing to do with Show that, like the classic tales from the Crypt from Vault of Horror stuff, it's a great miniseries. It's kind of like if you were looking for Halloween classics of the Binge Water, the point of bringing up is there was this movie that I was talking about. Night breed. Craig Schaefer's in it. He's in one of these Hellraiser movies as the police detective who doesn't know he's dead like he's already in the puzzle box, and he doesn't even fucking know it. So like that, that entry of the later Sequels is not bad. So if you're a fan of his and what he did tonight breed and you want to see him another Clive Barker related project, then you can watch his entry, which I think is called Inferno. And then the later stuff again, skip it. Just totally skip it. You know, um, let's go toe Dave's ratings on the Hellraiser.
spk_0:
24:31
Um, I would say that's a bins now for hell on Earth because it's like I said, You can watch the Independent. I've never saw the other two before this. In fact, I think it wants this again. Before I saw the original. This one's fun. Um, definitely bins later. The 1st 1 It's worth watch, and I'm gonna say Binge eventually to number two, because I haven't even watched it yet. But I keep hearing it's a classic. So
spk_1:
24:57
did I think if you watch number two, you'll be pleasantly surprised. Um, I have been a double feature. That's how I got one. I got one with part two,
spk_0:
25:07
actually. Have this like collectors. Ah, blueberries site called the Scar, the box that I bought when it first came out. Now it's worth, like triple. What I paid for it or something like that is going for close to 300. My paid. I think
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