You like horror films, and we enjoy them as well. Let’s combine our talents and create this Halloween Horror Movie Quilt Blanket to snuggle up with while watching your favorite frightening movie on the sofa. The blanket is comprised of textiles that are machine washable and very soft to the touch. The image depicts Clive Barker’s legendary Hellraiser villain Pinhead.
Pinhead Halloween Horror Movie Quilt Blanket Description
Pinhead Halloween Horror Movie Quilt Blanket Information
|Style||Quilt and Fleece Blanket|
|Made of||Fabrics like velboa and sherpa|
|Sizes||Various sizes are available to accommodate a wide range of bed sizes and applications.|
To keep its color and keep it from shedding, follow the instructions.
Pinhead Halloween Horror Movie
Pinhead, also known as Lead Cenobite or the Hell Priest, is the primary antagonist of the Hellraiser series. He initially appeared as an unknown character in Clive Barker’s novella The Hellbound Heart in 1986. When Clive Barker translated the book into the 1987 picture Hellraiser, he referred to the figure as “the Priest” in early versions, but the finished film did not. The figure was called “Pinhead” by the production and make-up staff, and fans adopted the moniker, which was later utilized in publicity materials, tie-in media, and on-screen in several of the sequel films, despite Clive Barker’s dislike for the moniker.
Pinhead is one of the commanders of the Cenobites, who are thought to be humans who were subsequently converted into demonic monsters obsessed with experimental sadomasochism. They reside in an extradimensional region known as Hell or one of several Hells that coexist. Cenobites are often only brought to Earth using puzzle boxes, such as the Lemarchand Configuration (known as the Lament Configuration in the movies). According to the film series, Pinhead was originally a British soldier named Captain Elliott Spencer who grew disillusioned with life and mankind through his experiences in World War I, prompting him to call the Cenobites and join their ranks. Barker’s BOOM! Studios comics reveal that Spencer was not the first Hell Priest or Pontifex and that if he ever quits or is destroyed, others will be recruited to take the job. According to Barker’s book The Scarlet Gospels, there is disagreement over whether there has always been one Hell Priest or whether the title and nature of the Hell Priest have been taken by many different humans-turned-Cenobite throughout the years.
Put on this Horror Movie Quilt Blanket to make your Halloween the scariest night of the year. It is appropriate for all ages; both children and adults will enjoy curling up in their favorite blanket from the minute they open it until it is time to sleep.