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“Hellraiser” is a horror franchise that began with the 1987 British horror film of the same name, written and directed by Clive Barker. The film is based on Barker’s novella “The Hellbound Heart.” “Hellraiser” has since become a successful and enduring horror franchise that includes multiple films, books, and other media.

Key elements and concepts of the “Hellraiser” franchise include:

1. The Lament Configuration: At the heart of the “Hellraiser” series is the Lament Configuration, a mysterious puzzle box that, when solved, opens a gateway to another dimension. The box is sought after by those who are intrigued by the unknown, but solving it also leads to encounters with sadomasochistic and otherworldly beings known as the Cenobites.

2. The Cenobites: The Cenobites are a group of supernatural and grotesque entities led by Pinhead (also known as the Hell Priest), who is perhaps the most iconic character in the franchise. The Cenobites derive pleasure from extreme forms of pain and pleasure and often serve as the primary antagonists in the series.

3. Dark and Violent Themes: “Hellraiser” is known for its dark, violent, and sadomasochistic themes, exploring the blurred lines between pleasure and pain, as well as the consequences of pushing the boundaries of human experience.

4. Expanding Universe: The “Hellraiser” franchise has expanded to include multiple sequels, comic books, and merchandise. Some of the sequels further explore the mythology and backstory of the Cenobites and the Lament Configuration.

5. Impact: “Hellraiser” has had a significant impact on the horror genre and has gained a cult following over the years. The franchise’s exploration of taboo and extreme themes has made it stand out in the world of horror.

The franchise’s enduring popularity is due in part to its unique and thought-provoking take on the horror genre, as well as its memorable characters and striking imagery. While some installments in the series have been met with mixed critical reception, “Hellraiser” remains a notable and influential part of the horror genre.