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HELLRAISER Stars Ashley Laurence & Doug Bradly to Guest on Season Finale of THE LAST DRIVE-IN



Shudder, AMC Networks’ premium streaming service for horror, thrillers and the supernatural, announced today that fan-favorite horror legends Doug Bradley and Ashley Laurence will make a special appearance on the season finale of The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs, streaming Friday, June 19, at 9PM ET. Laurence and Bradley are best known to horror fans for their work in multiple Hellraiser films, with Laurence portraying resourceful heroine Kristy Cotton and Bradley as Pinhead, leader of the demonic Cenobites. 

 “What could be better than a delightful evening sitting trailer-side on a balmy Texas evening with Joe Bob Briggs and my friend and colleague Ashley Laurence to shoot the breeze and talk of this and that….and maybe a little touch of Hellraiser too?”, said Doug Bradley. “Join us on Friday to eavesdrop on our chat. See you there!”

 The duo’s appearance on The Last Drive-In concludes a season that featured guests AEW wrestling superstar Chris Jericho, Chopping Mall star Kelli Maroney, actor/director/FX legend Tom Savini and Troma Entertainment’s Lloyd Kaufman.

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