Author, artist, and playwright Clive Barker made his directorial debut on September 18, 1987. He was adapting his own novel The Hellbound Heart, which would become the seminal work of horror … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: ‘Hellraiser’ at 30
Are you curious about the film that made Clive Barker throw up his hands and start directing his own story adaptations? Rawhead Rex is that film.
The Cenobite bites it. The Order of the Gash lays smashed and shattered upon a mound of bones and blood, confined forever to a sea of dust and ash. This … Continue reading David Sandford Ward travels to Hell in Clive Barker’s The Scarlet Gospels
In March of 1990, I had just recently turned 13 years old. I was on a family trip to Houston to visit some friends of my father, but for me, … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror 2014 – Clive Barker’s Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut (2014)
I was (and still am) a huge Clive Barker fan. I devoured his “Books of Blood” as they came out. I saw Hellraiser on opening night. And so of course … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Surviving Nightbreed
Alright, Biff Bam Poppers! It’s Villains & Monsters Week here on the site, and in honour of all the legendary bad guys we’re celebrating, we’ve got a hell of a … Continue reading Villains & Monsters Week: Win A Free Copy Of Hellraiser Volume 1!
A few months back I reviewed the first issue of the new Hellraiser series from BOOM! Studios, written by the one and only Clive Barker (with help from Christopher Monfette). … Continue reading A Hell Of An Arc – Andy Burns On BOOM! Studios Hellraiser Volume 1
I was ten years old when I saw the first Hellraiser film. Yes, that’s right. Ten. Funny enough, I have a tougher time watching the movie now then I did … Continue reading Back to Hell: Andy Burns On Hellraiser #1 And The Return Of Pinhead