Latest reports have claimed that the remake of the 1987 horror film 'Hellraiser' has faced a setback as the film's directors have pulled out from the project.
The remake of 1987 horror film "Hellraiser" is said to be facing an upsetting setback as the film lost two important people behind the project. According to Horror-Movies.ca, the film's two helmers Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury are officially out from the Dimension Films' project.
The reason behind the dropping off of the two directors was still unclear, but the movie news site claimed that many media channels have let out that the studio is now looking for a new helmer to direct the remake of Clive Barkers classic. Allegedly, the news about the quitting of the two directors came following reports that their written script was being re-written by "Saw IV" and "Saw V" scribblers, Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton.
The new "Hellraiser" is said to be the remake version from Clive Barker-directed 1987 British horror film of the same title. It will be adapted from the critically acclaimed novel by Barker, which entitled "The Hellbound Heart". The original film has been listed to be one of the 100 Scariest Movie Moments by Bravo channel.