The big ensemble movie of the Slasherverse, and the end of Phase 1 of this cinematic universe.
PROLOGUE: Frank Cotton is a hedonist who has devoted his life to a selfish, single-minded pursuit of the ultimate sensual experience. Believing he has indulged in every pleasure the world can offer, Frank is left unfulfilled and wanting for something more extreme. He hears rumours of the Lemarchand Configuration, a puzzle box that is said to be a portal to an extra-dimensional realm of unfathomable carnal pleasure. Locating the owner in Düsseldorf, Frank obtains the box by performing “small favours” and returns with it to his deceased grandmother's home. Frank prepares a shrine of offerings for the realm's inhabitants: The Cenobites, members of a religious order dedicated to extreme sensual experiences. Opening the box, Frank is confused and horrified when the Cenobites, rather than beautiful women, turn out to be horribly scarified creatures whose bodies have been modified to the point that they are apparently sexless. Nonetheless, Frank eagerly takes their offer of experiences like he has never known before, despite their repeated warnings that it may not be what he expects and that he cannot renege on their agreement. With Frank as their newest “experiment”, the Cenobites subject him to total sensory overload, at which point he realises that the Cenobites' devotion to sadomasochism is so extreme that they no longer differentiate between pain and pleasure. Frank is sucked into the Cenobite realm, where he realises that he will be subjected to an eternity of (what is to humans) torture.
1987, FBI agent John W. Hooper has spent most of his career investigating series horrific and bizarre murders committed by people believed to be nothing but urban myths and has been trying prove their existence, in doing so he had recruited the help people who had survived such encounters to understand more about these killers and attempt to stop them. Through unstoppable circumstances, two forces are after a powerful and deadly object that is in Hooper's possession: the Lemarchand Configuration, a mystical puzzle that is said to be a portal to an extra-dimensional realm where pain and pleasure are one and the same. These forces are the bloodthirsty union of Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, Michael Meyers and Leatherface, and the other is a hedonist who was damned to this realm but is revived and hungry to restore his former flesh but he's hunted the sadomasochistic demonic beings of the realm. Now, the young survivors are forced to keep the box out of the hands of evil and stay alive.
MPAA Rating: Rated R for sequences of strong bloody horror violence and gore, language throughout, and some graphic violent sexual content.
(P.S: Despite the Cenobites being apparently sexless, they and Pinhead are to be female this time 'round, Why? So they can basically be like dominatrices from hell.)
Kevin O'Donnell - A young, smart yet lonely outcast who survived against Jason Voorhees twice.
Laurie Strode - A quiet yet straightforward young woman who survived against her long lost brother Michael Myers.
Maggie Gein - An young antisocial backpacker with a history of committing manslaughter and who survived against Leatherface and the Sawyers.
Madison Tomlin - A teenage intern in a group of scientists studying sleep who survived against Freddy Krueger.
David Valverde - A young, quirky, cowardly yet kindhearted scientist who acts as a supportive friend to Madison, he survived against Freddy with her.
John W. Hooper - An FBI agent investigating Freddy, Jason, Michael and Leatherface's killings.
Frank Cotton - A hedonist who had devoted his life to a selfish, single-minded pursuit of the ultimate sensual experience but upon coming across the box was trapped by the Cenobites, but upon being revived is now trying to restore his flesh by killing people and feasting on their flesh.
Samuel Loomis - Michael Myers' former psychiatrist when he was hospitalised in Smith's Grove Sanitarium.
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