Hellraiser: Quartet of Torment | Arrow Films is releasing horror classic in 4K

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You can buy all four Hellraiser films in glorious 4K in a brand-new box set from Arrow films. It’s aptly titled Hellraiser: Quartet of Torment. Details here!

The 1980s were the golden era for horror and it doesn’t get much better than Clive Barker’s Hellraiser films. They were delightfully twisted, suitably gory and even a little sexy and you can soon own the first four films in the franchise on marvellous 4K. 

Arrow Films have restored Hellraiser, Hellbound: Hellraiser II, Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth and Hellraiser: Bloodline from their original camera negatives. The gorgeous box set comes with a plethora of bonus features which should please fans. 

The franchise recently got a reboot of sorts, but the film was unceremoniously dumped on streaming, but thankfully, it’s available to buy on disc, albeit only on DVD.  The original Hellraiser also enjoyed a short stint back in cinemas earlier this summer, 

Hellraiser: Quartet of Torment is released on 23 October, but you can pre-order it here if you so wish. It’ll set you back £59.99, but as said, there is an extensive amount of special features. 

Here’s the full list of bonus material on Hellraiser: Quartet of Torment

  • Brand new and exclusive 4K restorations of Hellraiser, Hellbound: Hellraiser II, Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth and Hellraiser: Bloodline by Arrow Films from the original camera negatives
  • 4K (2160p) UHD Blu-ray presentations in Dolby Vision (HDR10 compatible) of all four films
  • Original lossless stereo audio plus DTS-HD MA 5.1 surround for all four films
  • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Brand new audio commentaries for all four films by film critic Kim Newman and Hellraiser unit publicist Stephen Jones, also joined by screenwriter Peter Atkins on Hellraiser: Bloodline
  • Power of Imagination, a brand new 60-minute discussion about Hellraiser and the work of Clive Barker by film scholars Sorcha Ní Fhlainn (editor of Clive Barker: Dark Imaginer) and Karmel Kniprath
  • Unboxing Hellraiser, a brand new visual essay celebrating the Lament Configuration by genre author Alexandra Benedict (The Beauty of Murder)
  • The Pursuit of Possibilities, a brand new 60-minute discussion between acclaimed horror authors Paula D. Ashe (We Are Here To Hurt Each Other) and Eric LaRocca (Everything the Dark Eats) celebrating the queerness of Hellraiser and the importance of Clive Barker as a queer writer
  • Flesh is a Trap, a brand new visual essay exploring body horror and transcendence in the work of Clive Barker by genre author Guy Adams (The World House)
  • Newly uncovered extended EPK interviews with writer/director Clive Barker and stars Andrew Robinson, Clare Higgins, Ashley Laurence, and effects artist Bob Keen shot during the making of Hellraiser
  • Hell Was What They Wanted!, a brand new 80-minute appreciation of Hellbound, the Hellraiser mythos and the work of Clive Barker by horror authors George Daniel Lea (Born in Blood) and Kit Power (The Finite)
  • That Rat-Slice Sound, a brand new appreciation of composer Christopher Young’s scores for Hellraiser and Hellbound: Hellraiser II by film critic and author Guy Adams
  • Unrated version of Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth (contains standard-definition inserts)
  • Newly uncovered workprint version of Hellraiser: Bloodline, with alternate music score and deleted scenes (standard-definition only)
  • The Beauty of Suffering, a brand new featurette exploring the Cenobites connection to goth, fetish cultures and BDSM
  • Plus a wealth of archive commentaries and featurettes, including interviews with Clive Barker, Doug Bradley, Tony Randel, Anthony Hickox, Sean Chapman, Paula Marshall and others
  • Limited edition packaging featuring newly commissioned artwork by Oink Creative
  • 200-page hardbound collectors book featuring new writing by Clive Barker archivists Phil and Sarah Stokes

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