3 thoughts on “Hellboy [Blu-ray]

  1. Should’ve Stopped At Two “Hellboy” Distributed by Summit Entertainment, 120 Minutes, Rated R, Released April 12, 2019:In the third live-action picture in the film franchise based on the character appearing in Dark Horse Comics, the medieval Blood Queen Nimue is resurrected from her grave to wreak havoc on the earth with her plague-like powers. Naturally, it’s up to Hellboy to save the day.Inspired by the moderate success of the original “Hellboy” in 2004 and its 2008 sequel, preparations for…

  2. Better than I expected This new Hellboy reboot movie has a lot of negative reviews, but I enjoyed myself.There’s a lot of humor and action scenes in this. Gorehounds will be pleased to know that the R-rating is well deserved. They really run with the supernatural/fantasy elements and there’s some pretty memorable visual moments.I’ve heard a lot of complaints that there is too much going and the movie is choppy. I admit they crunch a lot of stuff in but in fairness, that’s not too different…

  3. If you loved Evil Dead 2/Army of Darkness, you’ll love this The reviewers trashing this flick either didn’t see the movie or missed the point. I’m not going to review The Piano, because I know I’ll hate the damn thing. Hellboy, the comic, was neither polished nor high-minded- it was ugly, violent, drunken awesomeness. The movie is exactly that. If you ever wondered how in the hell it happened that Sam Raimi helmed the Spider Man flicks and managed to look himself in the mirror, you’re not the only one. This flick is essentially what Raimi would…

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