Hulu’s ‘Hellraiser’ – Hear a 1-minute preview of Ben Lovett’s score for the new movie
The biggest horror news this week was the reveal of several first-look images from hellraiserthe brand new Hulu director’s movie David Bruckner who is heading towards us.
The latest film in the franchise is set to release pain and pleasure exclusively on Hulu at October 7, 2022with Jamie Clayton (“Sense8”) takes over as our newest Pinhead.
Waiting for the first trailer, Collider shared an excerpt from the composer Ben Lovettit’s new hellraiser score, which they say will also be released on October 7th.
Lakeshore Records shared a one-minute preview of Lovett’s score with Collider, which you can listen to below. Ben Lovett’s previous horror scores include The Ritual, The Wind, The Night House, The Old Ways, The Wolf of Snow Hollow and Broadcast Signal Intrusion.
In the new hellraiser Hulu film, “A young woman struggling with addiction comes into possession of an ancient puzzle box, unaware that its purpose is to summon the Cenobites, a group of sadistic supernatural beings from another dimension.”
David Bruckner (The night house), who led Netflix The ritual as well as sections of Bloody Disgusting’s horror anthologies V/H/S and Southboundleads the relaunch of hellraiser franchise for Spyglass Media, which is set to be a Hulu feature film written by Ben Collins and Luc Piotrowski (SiREN, Super Dark Times, The Night House).
Hulu’s hellraiser was rated “R” for some very Hellraiser things, including…
“Strong bloody, bloody horror violence, pervasive language, sexual content, and brief graphic nudity.”
The project is described as a “faithful yet evolved reimagining of Clive Barker’s 1987 horror classic”, and the best possible news is that Clive Barker is on board as producer.
The ensemble cast includes Odessa A’zion (“Fam”, “Great Army”), Adam Faison (“Everything will be fine”, “Yes day”), Drew Starkey (“Outer Banks”, “The Devil All the Time”), Brandon Flynn (“Ratched”, “13 Reasons Why”), Aifé Hinds (“The Long Call”, “Normal People”), Jason Liles (“Stereoscope”, “Rampage”), Yinka Olorunnife (“The carrier”), Selina Lo (“Boss Level”, “Q8 Unleashed”), Zachary Hing (“Halo”), Kit Clark (“Leonard”), with Goran Visnjic (“The Boys”, “Timeless”) and Hiam Abbas (“Succession”, “Blade Runner 2049”).