A man’s wife dies in a car accident and he begins to suffer from amnesia about the accident and all the events that happened around it. The police begin to interrogate him and try to find out what happened to his wife because his wife’s body is missing from the accident. Soon the police are beginning to think that Trevor has something to do with his wife’s, Kirsty’s, disappearance and the only place where Trevor can get his answers is in Hell.
The movie opens with Trevor and Kirsty driving in a car. They are talking and they eventually go off the road and land in the water. Trevor manages to get free but Kirsty can’t and she is killed in the water. Soon we see Trevor in the hospital where he is now suffering from amnesia. The next scene we get this really weird scene that really has nothing to do with the movie where the doctors are doing surgery on Trevor’s brain. Maybe I just missed something. Soon the police start trying to figure out who killed Kirsty and they start to blame Trevor and it’s up to Trevor to try and figure out what exactly happened.
I enjoyed Hellraiser: Inferno so I decided to give this one a chance. This one doesn’t have the feel that the last installment had and this one isn’t anything like the original three. What we get in this one is a film that tries to mess with your head, much like Inferno did. In this one we get the return of three original characters. We get Kirsty, Pinhead, and I had heard that Chatterer was in it, but we don’t hear him. We do see something that resembles him. If Chatterer is the guy I’m thinking he was in this then he wasn’t really put to much use, he just kind of showed up a few times watching Trevor. Kirsty is in it for a very short time and Pinhead makes about as much of an appearance as he did in Inferno, except in Inferno his presence really made more of an impact, whereas with this one he just seems there. The acting was all right in this movie, but the characters weren’t nearly developed enough. I don’t even remember Trevor’s friend’s name. The ending was predictable and I almost had it figured out. If you’re a fan of Hellraiser: Inferno then you may enjoy this one. I’m giving it a 6 out of 10.