Hellbound: Hellraiser II

After killing Julia,both Kirsty and Tiffany are chased by the Channard Cennobite in the mental hospital back into hell.Here the they meet Pinhead and co.Kirsty forces them to remeber their humanity but they are soon killed by Channard.Before he dies Pinhead becomes human.Tiffany is chased by Channard into hell but Kirsty arrives dressed in Julia's skin.She kills him and saves Tiffany.Then Leviathan begins to become a box prompting the two girls to flee back to earth.As the two girls leave the hospital,two removal men are cleaning up Dr.Channards house.One gets pulled into the blood soaked bed and a strange torture box appears.

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Continuity mistake: In the scene where Channard kills the original Cenobites, the collar of Pinhead's outfit undergoes visible changes. First it leaves his throat exposed but covers the rest of his neck. After Channard turns him back into a human, the collar then covers his entire neck. Finally, the collar completely disappears a second before Channard slashes Pinhead's throat.

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Pinhead: It is not hands that summon us. It is desire.

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Trivia: If you pay attention, the Cenobite "Chatterer" first appears eyeless, then has eyes later in the film. This is because the actor underneath the makeup (Nicholas Vince) hated performing blind and requested the makeup be redesigned to give the character eyes. A scene was filmed that showed Pinhead giving Chatterer eyes as a sort-of gift, but the scene was cut, leading to the continuity error.

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Question: When Elliot Spenser is being transformed into Pinhead, who was cutting lines into his face and head and driving nails into him?

Answer: Presumably another cenobite/cenobites. The choice not to show them makes for a better scene, as that moment is all about him, becoming the iconic Pinhead; the cenobites who made him that way are of no consequence to the story, and their own grotesque appearance would have distracted from his transformation.

Answer: All we can see (in abstract closeup) is serpent-like tendrils cutting him and driving the pins into his head. As someone else said, it's likely another cenobite, although alternately it could also be the same "contraption" that turns Channard into a cenobite late in the film, given the tendrils are similar to the ones he sprouts.

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