ELLIOTT BUYS THE BOX
1. Immediately before the 'Hellbound' footage kicks in, there was a scene showing Elliott at an Indian bazaar buying the puzzle box.
2. In the unrated version of the film, J.P.'s first sex scene is a great deal longer and more explicit.
3. The unrated laser disc also features brief extra footage of a topless girl dancing in the Boiler Room.
THE MISSING PUZZLE BOX
4. There was a scene cut before J.P discovers that the box is missing from the Pillar Of Souls. The scene opens with the last employees of the Boiler Room leaving and saying goodbye to J.P., who then comes out of his office. It runs around 10 seconds,
GLAD YOU COULD MAKE IT
5. Immediately after Terri moves out from Joey, there is a scene inside the Boiler Room where a couple are seen buying some drugs from a drug dealer. Terri is there and witnesses a couple in love, which makes her even more lonely. Next, she purchases some coffee, and looks up to see JP who says, "Hey baby, glad you could make it."
THE BOILER ROOM MASSACRE
6. Some rare bootleg versions of the film are said to contain much more graphic violence during the gruesome slaughter at The Boiler Room, as well as extra dialogue. Some of the things trimmed from the Boiler Room massacre include:
*A man cutting his face on a broken martini glass.
*A woman getting half of her face ripped off by a hook.
*A more graphic creation of the CD Cenobite.
*A man getting his jaw ripped off by a hook.
*A reference to the Female Cenobite from the first two films with a woman getting her throat sliced in half and the flesh being pulled to the sides by wires.
*A long line of people hooked together, including a chain to the throat for one woman and through the chest for one man.
7. Originally, when Elliot tells Joey about his past, they are standing around a campfire. Not sure why this was changed.
VISITING THE TRENCHES
8. The uncut laser disc also contains more insert cuts of dead soldiers and gore in the trenches (when Joey makes her ghostly visit to Vietnam).
9. The unrated laser disc of the film contains a slight music alteration at the end credits, which have a 'stinger' sound effect and then it jumps right into Motorhead's song "Hellraiser" blaring over the soundtrack. The original end credits fade out with the classic 'Hellraiser' score building over the soundtrack and playing over the credits for a moment before the Motorhead song begins.
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