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Hellraiser (1987)

Hellraiser is the directorial debut for Clive Barker, it focuses on Frank who having found a bunch of BDSM alien/demons decides that being torn to literal pieces isn’t for him so he escapes and gets his ex-lover, who is now living with his brother, to kill people so that their blood will rejuvenate him.   521 more words


Son of Monsterpalooza: Los Angeles' Monster Themed Convention!!!

West Coasters, get ready for this exciting and terrifying festival: The Son of Monsterpalooza! The convention is set to take place over the course of a weekend at the Marriot Hotel & Convention Center in Burbank, California, and starts Friday September 12th. 314 more words


'Books of Blood' digital comic reteams Clive Barker with composer

Ever wonder what Clive Barker’s legendary horror series “Books of Blood” might sound like?

As announced earlier this year, the celebrated collection of stories that established Barker as one of the masters of horror will be getting a release on the Madefire Motion Books platform, the interactive digital comic book company that incorporates music, sound effects and panoramic views into the reading experience. 529 more words


Rawhead Rex (1986)


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Clive Barker 


David Dukes – Howard Hallenbeck
Kelly Piper – Elaine Hallenbeck
Niall Toibin – Reverend Coot
Ronan Wilmot – Declan O’Brien… 598 more words

Why Poor Fish?

I am often asked how I chose the unusual name for my production company, Poor Fish Entertainment. I wanted to chose something that would serve a few different purposes. 662 more words


Quotes from Horror Greats: Clive Barker

“Writing about the unholy is one way of writing about what is sacred. ”- Clive Barker

“Be regular and orderly in your life, that you may be violent and original in your work.” ― Clive Barker… 1,732 more words


Masters Of Horror: Clive Barker

Clive Barker… What can I say about the man that hasn’t already been said? I mean as weird as this may sound, this master of horror, who was born in Liverpool England in 1952, could be said to be the, ‘William Shatner’ of horror. 548 more words

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