Kirsty Cotton, the heroine in the first two Hellraiser films, is so desirable that even Pinhead and his demonic, fellow Cenobites can't resist her charms. Proving that deals with devils aren't always life-ending, Kirsty accidentally summons the Cenobites into reality by messing around with a dangerous puzzle box, but they're willing to bypass bringing her back to their dimension of S&M hell if she retrieves her son-of-a-bitch father, whom Pinhead's crew feel has betrayed them.

But, of course, you can't trust a guy named Pinhead. Having delivered her pops to the Cenobites, Kirsty realizes that Pinhead has gone against his word and plans on trapping her in his land of horrific piercings, unrelenting torture, and sexual nihilism. It's a good thing that she's proficient with that puzzle box, though, and uses it to send the Cenobites back home, sans one gorgeous, brunette (human) female.