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When is Hellraiser: Deader being released?

 
Old 10-08-03, 06:47 PM
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When is Hellraiser: Deader being released?

I can't find info on this anywhere???
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I'd like to know as well, just cuz Kari Wuhrer's in this one. I was pretty disappointed with Ashley Laurence's return in Hellseeker, though I wasn't even expecting much since III was the last decent one. Damn there's another one coming out next year already (Hellraiser: Hellworld)! Milking a dead cow???
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The imdb says October 14.
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I think Hellworld ripped off the last Halloween film or at least thinks it can go that route. Its about some idiots running a website or something online isnt it?
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Someone actually named a film "Deader".
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Old 10-09-03, 01:50 AM
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Originally posted by DonnachaOne
Someone actually named a film "Deader".
I know!! How can you get anymore DEAD than DEAD. It reminds me of the conversation George and Seinfeld had together.

"What do you mean you can't overdry?"

"For the same reason you can't over-wet, or the same reason you can't die more than once. You can't over-dry, you can't over-die"
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Old 10-09-03, 02:01 AM
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You guys do know that the undead play a rather large role in this series, right? I think that might possibly make the concept of "dead" a little more mutable than in the real world.
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Originally posted by Jah-Wren Ryel
You guys do know that the undead play a rather large role in this series, right? I think that might possibly make the concept of "dead" a little more mutable than in the real world.
Oh, but you can clearly see why I would find humor in such a title, can't you?

"Un-dead" sounds cool. It's sounded cool since Dracula. But wouldn't you have laughed if Van Helsing had actually said, "Lucy is a vampire! She may be dead, but the other dead people are DEADER!"

Just say "Deader". You will stifle a giggle.
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Old 10-09-03, 02:32 AM
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I was told that the "Deader" is actually a group of people, and it's pronounced "Dee-A-Der". Although it does look weird as a movie title!
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Oh, then that's WORSE. Someone named a group of people De-A-Der without even thinking "hmm, that sure looks nutty when you spell it".

Maybe they'll have a battle of the bands in it, where they play against the Oneders.
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http://amazon.imdb.com/Find

list deader 2003
an hellworld 2004...
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Old 10-13-03, 05:57 PM
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How many bloody sequels (no pun intended) have been released?

Last Hellraiser movie I remember was the one in space, "Hellraiser: Bloodline", I think.
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