Where to watch Hellraiser (2022) in Australia

Get stuck into the newest installment in the iconic Hellraiser franchise with Binge now or on Paramount+ from October 26, 2022.

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September 30, 2022
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Yet another iconic horror franchise being resurrected this year, with the new Hellraiser film set to arrive just in time for Halloween. Pinhead and the Cenobites don't have the mainstream appeal of blockbuster horror flicks like Alien, Predator or Friday The 13th, but there's still a few reasons to get excited for a fresh installment in the venerable franchise.

If you're keen to check out Hellraiser (2022), the bad news is that you won't be able to watch it on the same day that those in the United States can. The good news is that, when it does finally arrive, Aussies might be able to watch the new horror film  without paying a cent.

Where to stream Hellraiser (2022) online in Australia

Exclusive to Binge for now,
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pro HBO content
pro App is cleaner and more reliable than Foxtel Now
con No 4K or parental controls
con Video quality varies wildly

In Australia, the new Hellraiser can currently be found on Binge.

If you're not already a subscriber to any of the above, the impending arrival of the Hellraiser is a great excuse to sign up for the service on a two-week free trial. Beyond the resurrected horror franchise, the service has tons of other great TV shows including the Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon, What We Do In The Shadows and Nathan Fielder's The Rehearsal.

Even if you take your time with watching Hellraiser or forget to cancel the trial, the most you'll end up paying for Binge is $18 per month. In comparison, the cost of a Foxtel Now membership that includes the Essentials channel pack starts at $25 per month.

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3.5 out of 5 stars
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pro Australian TV shows
pro Less than $10 per month
con Limited amount of content
con Not many new releases

If you're not feeling Binge or have already used your free trial with the service, the new Hellraiser film will also be coming to Paramount+ later this month.

Launched in August 2021, Paramount+ is Paramount's attempt to zig where Disney and others have chosen to zag. It doesn't have the pop culture behemoths like Game of Thrones, Marvel or Star Wars nor does it have the volume of original content found with Netflix. Still, the eclectic mix of everything here means that there's probably something for everyone to be found on the service if you look hard enough.

If you've not tasted what Paramount+ has to offer before, the upshot is that you can sigh up for a seven free day trial and see just how much the service has to offer for yourself. If the new Hellraiser is the only thing of interest to you, you've got plenty of time to cancel before you get charged for your first month.

If you've already burned your free trial in the past, now's as good a time as any to note that Paramount+ is far from the most expensive streaming service around. It's not quite as cheap as Apple TV+, but it's significantly cheaper than Netflix or Stan.

When does Hellraiser (2022) release in Australia?

While the new Hellraiser film is available on Binge now, Aussies looking to watch the cryptic 11th installment in the series will have to wait until the 26th of October, 2022 to stream it via Paramount+ in Australia.

What is Hellraiser about?

Rather than a remake, Hellraiser (2022) is said to be a more of reimagining of Clive Barker’s 1987 horror classic, with Jamie Clayton (Sense8) set to take over the role of the iconic Pinhead in this David Bruckner-directed flick.

The official synopsis for the new horror film is as follows:

"In this reimagining of Clive Barker's seminal Hellraiser franchise, a young woman must confront the sadistic, supernatural forces behind an enigmatic puzzlebox responsible for her brother's disappearance."

Where can I watch the original Hellraiser?

If the impending arrival of the new Hellraiser has you itching to check out the original, Clive Barker's original 1987 film can currently be found on Amazon Prime Video.

Prime Video
pro 4K/HDR Originals
pro Additional Amazon perks

What is Paramount+?

If you somehow haven't heard of it before,Paramount+ is the iconic entertainment company's attempt to bundle together its various franchises, TV shows and movies into a streaming offering on par with something like Netflix. These days, if you're looking to watch anything from NCIS to Pulp Fiction to Star Trek to Avatar: The Last Airbender, Paramount+ is where you'll find it. In line with other streaming companies, Paramount+ also offers a number of new original series including Halo, Yellowjackets, Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber and more.

How does Paramount+ compare?

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$25 - $104HD 2
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$10 - $194K 4
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Fergus Halliday
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Fergus Halliday
Fergus Halliday is a Digital Content Editor for Reviews.org who specialises in technology, entertainment, gaming and pop culture. His work has been published in Gizmodo, Kotaku, Press Start Australia, The AU Review, Screen Rant, Superjump and more. You can follow him on Twitter.

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