Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth

Stupidity: When Joey is trying to escape from the Cenobites, she bumps into a man who calls her "Baby" and wonders where she's off to in such a hurry, possibly because he's looking for a booty call. The streets are literally on fire (there's a huge flame right next to the man) and buildings are exploding. Even if he's extremely horny, he should still be able to tell a woman doesn't want to stay around with so much chaos and destruction happening around them.

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Suggested correction: The dude was probably high on various types of drugs and probably didn't even know where he was. Just a thought.

lionhead

Too high to recognize buildings exploding and fires bursting from out of nowhere, but not too high to recognize a woman in distress?

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He didn't recognize much did he? Well, he saw she was female. But not really what was going on.

lionhead

Continuity mistake: In the first hospital scene, where a kid dies by the hook-tipped chains in the operating room, there is a point where his head just explodes. Later, when Joey opens the door, for a second you can clearly see the kid's body, still with a head.

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Trivia: The original draft of the script was reportedly much bleaker in tone. It didn't have the pseudo-cenobites such as "Barbie" and "CD Head," and the ending of the film involved Joey willingly becoming Pinhead's "bride" in exchange for fortune and success.

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Question: When Pinhead kills JP Monroe, what is the device that is affixed to Monroe's head that is also part of his Cenobite form?

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Chosen answer: It's a piston. 2 piston rods are jammed through his head and they move powered by something unknown. You can see the crank shaft and part of some sort of cylinder. A piston is part of an internal combustion engine. It's part of his cenobite form since he liked cars.

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