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Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth

Pinhead is back and ready to turn New York City into a HELL ON EARTH! But first the Cenobite will need to convince a sadistic nightclub owner to free him from the carbonite confines of a modern art sculpture. Meanwhile a leggy TV journalist with daddy issues, partnering with a homeless Goth girl and the ghost of a WWI soldier, search for a way to put Pinhead back inside his box. Donate now to find out if Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart can find room in their hellbound hearts for this third installment of the Hellraiser franchise.  

Now Playing is a podcast with no sponsors or advertisements. We rely solely on listener support to keep going. Our Fall 2017 Donation Drive is underway and from now through July 31, 2017, the Hellraiser Retrospective Series is available as a "thank you" to those who support Now Playing.

You can listen to this preview of the show for free now using the link above.

The full podcast series is available through a Paypal donation to Now Playing, or individual episodes are available on our Podbean page. Details can be found on our Spring 2017 Donation page.

Thank you in advance for your support of our show!

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Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth

Pinhead is back and ready to turn New York City into a HELL ON EARTH! But first the Cenobite will need to convince a sadistic nightclub owner to free him from the carbonite confines of a modern art sculpture. Meanwhile a leggy TV journalist with daddy issues, partnering with a homeless Goth girl and the ghost of a WWI soldier, search for a way to put Pinhead back inside his box. Donate now to find out if Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart can find room in their hellbound hearts for this third installment of the Hellraiser franchise.  

Hellbound: Hellraiser II

For its second film the Hellraiser series was Hellbound, bringing back Pinhead and the Cenobites from the first film, and adding a few new twists. The mythology deepened, but the central struggle remained between Julia (Clare Higgins) and step-daughter Kirstie (Ashley Lawrence). Is this labyrinthine vision of hell pain or pleasure for horror movie fans? Find out! Open the box--donate to Now Playing and get hooked on this review!

Hellbound: Hellraiser II

For its second film the Hellraiser series was Hellbound, bringing back Pinhead and the Cenobites from the first film, and adding a few new twists. The mythology deepened, but the central struggle remained between Julia (Clare Higgins) and step-daughter Kirstie (Ashley Lawrence). Is this labyrinthine vision of hell pain or pleasure for horror movie fans? Find out! Open the box--donate to Now Playing and get hooked on this review!

This podcast is not available for general download.

Now Playing is a podcast with no sponsors or advertisements. We rely solely on listener support to keep going. Our Fall 2017 Donation Drive is underway and from now through July 31, 2017, the Hellraiser Retrospective Series is available as a "thank you" to those who support Now Playing.

You can listen to this preview of the show for free now using the link above.

The full podcast series is available through a Paypal donation to Now Playing, or individual episodes are available on our Podbean page. Details can be found on our Spring 2017 Donation page.

Thank you in advance for your support of our show!

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Hellraiser

Clive Barker exploded onto the horror scene in the mid '80s, bringing a fleshy physicality to his tales and pushing body horror to new extremes. His landmark creation is Hellraiser -- his directorial debut. 30 years later it stands as a seminal horror film and Barker's greatest achievement. The series' biggest star is Pinhead who's pierced visage has graced countless toys, T-Shirts, and tattoos. Ironically, he and his cenobites were but bit players in Barker's original tale of terror. Now, open the box--DONATE to Now Playing Podcast--and you won't get chains, you'll get bonus podcasts: Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob will bring you untold pleasures with this review of Hellraiser!

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Hellraiser

Clive Barker exploded onto the horror scene in the mid '80s, bringing a fleshy physicality to his tales and pushing body horror to new extremes. His landmark creation is Hellraiser -- his directorial debut. 30 years later it stands as a seminal horror film and Barker's greatest achievement. The series' biggest star is Pinhead who's pierced visage has graced countless toys, T-Shirts, and tattoos. Ironically, he and his cenobites were but bit players in Barker's original tale of terror. Now, open the box--DONATE to Now Playing Podcast--and you won't get chains, you'll get bonus podcasts: Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob will bring you untold pleasures with this review of Hellraiser!

Cult of Chucky

Guess who's back? Back again? Chucky's back! With his friends! It's the Cult of Chucky…but what does that mean? Our Now Playing hosts examine this second direct-to-video movie in the Child's Play series.  With Chucky creator Don Mancini again writing and directing, do our hosts join the Cult? Find out by joining the cult of Now Playing donors! Support the podcast and get all the bonus Child's Play movie reviews!

Phantasm: RaVager - A Podcast Skit and Preview

The Tall Man has a message for you! Want to hear it? Join him, Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob in this special preview for their bonus review of Phantasm: RaVager. Then go to Now Playing's Website to hear the entire retrospective series!

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Phantasm: Ravager

After nearly 20 years dormant the Phantasm series was resurrected for one last time. Filmed shortly before Angus Scrimm's death, his Tall Man has one last hurrah with his spheres and dwarfs going against the freedom fighters Reggie and Mike. Yet this Phantasm returns to the original where you're left questioning what you saw. Join the hosts of Now Playing Podcast to find the truth in the dream!  Donate, support independent podcasting, and listen now!

Get Out - A Podcast Preview

Before February, 2017 Jordan Peele was best known as the comedian partner of Keegan-Michael Key. But his unexpected feature directorial debut Get Out--a horror film--was a smash hit that changed how fans thought of Peele.  It was a critical success, and broke several box-office records. Now the Now Playing hosts Get In on the conversation. Now Playing Patrons can hear their review of the year's most-talked-about horror film.

 

You can get this review now and help support Now Playing! It is available with all other Patron exclusive reviews on our Podbean page to Patrons pledging $10 or more.

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