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http://www.cenobite.com/library/ Also, from the archive of The Hellbound Web you can see a lot of the deleted scenes in screen grabs that Mark also was kind of enough to provide for fans. http://www.cenobite.com/library/hr4-del.htm I think it would be good for fans to get in touch with Kevin himself by visiting his official site and letting him know that they’d love to see his version of the movie. It’s also a great site to see a lot of the amazing work that he’s done over the years. He truly is a first rate make-up effect artist. https://kevinyagher.com/#/ Don’t forget to watch our interview with Kevin at this year’s Texas Frightmare Weekend where he talks about the troubles of the production and what led him to leaving the project. Different versions of films always are released in some shape or form eventually. From theAlien 3workprint, the original version ofHalloween: The Curse of
Michael Myers, to Clive Barker’s director’s cut of Nightbreed. The timing has to be right sometimes and I think for Hellraiser: Bloodlinethe time has come for a release. Special thanks must go to Peter Atkins, Kyle Hart, Danny Stewart, Ed Martinez, and Mark Adams of The Hellbound Web for providing sources to make this article possible.
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