The Hellraiser series introduced a new type of monster to the horror movie genre, but they were far from stereotypical. These creatures embodied the most twisted elements of pleasure and pain. Behind-the-scenes Hellraiser facts reveal a nightmarish collage of sadomasochism, artistic expression, and even a code of honor that reflected on their reputation.
The Cenobites are among the most interesting movie monsters ever created, with detailed mythology and complex motivations, as opposed to being mindless slasher villains. Not all Cenobites are alike, however. Some are brilliantly designed, while others attempted to capitalize on the franchise’s growing popularity in the worst ways.
10 Worst: Dreamer (Hellraiser III)
Terri was an extremely confused, sad, and lonely girl who was manipulated by many people during her life, including the arrogant J.P. Monroe, owner of a nightclub called the Boiler Room. She was incapable of dreaming – a fact which made her mentally unstable, and ultimately susceptible to Pinhead’s influence.
After killing J.P. and releasing Pinhead, Terri was turned into the Cenobite known as Dreamer. It was one of the worst Cenobite designs, particularly because Dreamer had no real powers in comparison to her brethren. She …read more
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