151 : Hellraiser 30th Anniversary Special

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Thanks for joining us again at the Clive Barker Podcast, the only podcast dedicated to the works and worlds of Clive Barker.   This is Episode 151 : Hellraiser 30th Anniversary Celebration!  Jose Leitao, and I (Ryan Danhauser) are joined by Danny Stewart, who worked on the Leviathan Documentary, and is a rabid Hellraiser fan.  This episode is full of Hellraiser news memories and thoughts from you, our listeners, and there’s a little easter egg at the end if you stick with us.

Hellraiser News and Launches around the 30th Anniversary

Today we are going to talk about our favorite Hellraiser memories, collectible, sequel, adaptation, comic, etc and what we’d  like to see done with Hellraiser in the future.


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Danny Steward on Twitter @DannyTheWildBoy


And this podcast, having no beginning, will have no end.

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  1. Alice

    Some Podcast. You didn’t even now Chris Young’s name….”It’s earleeeey”….Then you don’t know that the Arrow re release steelbook is the same disc as the Scrarlet Box? You shouldn’t be doing a Clive Barker Podcast when you have no idea about one of his BIGGEST films honey…….PUHLEEZE…..

  2. Ryan Danhauser

    Yes, of course I know Christopher Young did the score. “Puhleeze” I can say with certainty there’s evidence in the previous 150 episodes that I know who did the score for Hellraiser. I stayed up late re-watching Hellraiser until about 1:30 and got up at 6:30 to record so we could get Danny in there who is in the UK. Sometimes when we’re recording we blank on names, it’s not the end of the world.

    And no, I had a suspicion it was the same disc in the Steelbook. That makes sense, but it’s not even available here in the US. I guess you can’t please everyone. Please send us a link to your Clive Barker Podcast so we can get some pointers.

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