Adding lines to Pinhead

You have often taken the opportunity to change Pinhead’s lines in the script. Do you get the urge to do this because you feel the script is often not in line with the character profile you have created of Pinhead on screen and off screen (in your mind)?

Doug Bradley:

I first did it on re-shoots for Bloodline. It was the first time neither Clive nor Pete had written for Pinhead and specifically the first time an American had done it. It was just the occasional word or phrase that was too colloquial, too American, or whatever but I just knew it didn’t sound right. Actually, I changed very little on Bloodline, Deader or Hellworld: it was mostly Inferno and the new scenes with Kirsty in Hellseeker.

Pinhead / Kirsty signed Hellseeker script

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