Clive Barker (born 1952) is a England horror and fantasy writer and film director, best known for Hellraiser (1987).
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JAMES WILLIAMS, from Horror Trope Autopsy, tells us his favourite five film adaptations from Clive Barker's Books of Blood series of horror anthologies...
RICHARD MARKWORTH reviews Clive Barker's Candyman 1992
KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARDS picks 10 Hellraiser facts about the daddy of all British 1980s horrors, Hellraiser (1987)
ANDREW GARVEY takes a look at the Hellraiser Bestiary comic book series...
ANDREW GARVEY looks at Clive Barker's new Hellraiser novel - The Scarlet Gospels
ANDY STEWART explains why he has a Pinhead tattoo on his arm
DOM COOPER reports on Aphex Twin Come to Daddy, a track inspired by Hellraiser (1987)
To celebrate Hellraiser's 25th Birthday, ANDREW GARVEY sat down to watch its sequels spiral downward into hell.
Spooky Isles continues its special day celebrating 25 years since the release of Hellraiser, with ANDREW GARVEY reviewing its most notable sequel Hellbound - Hellraiser 2
Hellraiser 1987 is one of the most genuinely unsettling British horror films ever, says ANDREW GARVEY
Happy Birthday Pinhead - Clive Barker's Hellraiser was released today in 1987. The Spooky Isles will celebrate that horrific milestone with a special day of articles by ANDREW GARVEY.
MATT PACKER reports on The Cabal Cut, which he says restores folkloric depth to Clive Barker’s Nightbreed