Cast Members of Note- Jonas Armstrong, Sophie Ward, Paul Blair, and Pinhead himself, Doug Bradley! Based on a short story by horror legend Clive Barker.
|This is proof that being goth can actually kill you.|
|Yes, yes, put your hand down... we already know which one you are!|
|Sure I'm going up there all alone. Right.|
The movie is filled with some great and gruesome special FX, and some pretty good moments of tension. My only wish is that they had tightened up the plot a bit and moved forward full bore, rather than spending so much time on set up and trickery. I did like the beginning and end wrap story though, which came from Barker's "sequel" to Book of Blood, On Jerusalem Street (A Postscript.) It added some nice nastiness to the whole affair and gave a bit of closure in a way.
|Not even a character in the movie really, "Girl in pub #1" was just too cute not to include here.|
Barker's original short story, but I don't remember it leaving me feeling so cheated in print. I seem to remember it serving the plot in a more subtle way too, rather than upending the whole damned story.
|"Oh God! I can see forever!"|
Clive Barker movie...
|Old chicks are also creepy.|
Clive Barker has one of the most twistedly-brilliant minds that the Horror genre has ever known. Recognize.