Yes, that is PARKS & RECREATION's Adam Scott on the left.
It wants to have its James Cameron cake, too, with a frame story taking place in 2127 on a space-station shaped like a deconstructed Lament Configuration:
In case we didn't get the Cameron vibe completely, there are Space Marines:
and twin security guards, just like in TERMINATOR 2 (albeit under different circumstances):
HELLRAISER IV versus....
It wants to have its Brian de Palma cake:
Again, that's Adam Scott on the right-hand side of this De Palma shot, only now he's been transformed into a 90s yuppie.
Its "corporate thriller" cake":
Yes, that is a catered dinner in the lobby of a skyscraper that's been decorated to look like an enormous Lament Configuration.
Not to mention its John Carpenter cake:
(I can't believe they profaned Carpenter's favorite (Albertus) font with the Alan Smithee name!)
A lot of this schizophrenia probably has to do with the fact that Clive Barker's concept was gutted by studio budget cuts, and horror maestro Stuart Gordon dropped out. He was replaced by TALES FROM THE CRYPT's Kevin Yagher, who presided over what was supposedly a clusterfuck of a shoot, and then HALLOWEEN 666's Joe Chapelle was brought in to do studio ordered, Pinhead-centric reshoots after Yagher refused. (All of which ended with Yagher choosing to be credited as the infamous "Alan Smithee.")
In all, this is not a great movie––and it doesn't even have a song by Motörhead or a CD Cenobite, like in HELLRAISER III. Though I do appreciate the "in space!" aspect, also seen in JASON X, CRITTERS 4: THEY'RE INVADING YOUR SPACE, or LEPRECHAUN 4: IN SPACE.
Doug Bradley, who'd rather be doing RICHARD III.
Christine Harnos, who you may remember from DAZED AND CONFUSED and as "Mark Greene's first wife" from ER.
Bruce Ramsay, who kinda looks like Jean-Claude Van Damme. But remember: there can only be one Jean-Claude Faux Damme!