Hellboy 2019 – What the HELL(boy) do critics know?! – David Harbour

Hellboy 2019
Hellboy 2019 is out now, and I haven’t yet seen it, but all the so-called professional critics have slammed it, but what the HELL do they know? It looks fun! It stars David Harbour from Suicide Squad and Woody Allen’s Crisis In Six Scenes. And yes, I’m still adjusting to the new ring light, although having some actual DAYLIGHT has helped. Kinda need more of that.

Check out my vlog below:

Previously on DVDfever:

March 2nd:

Hellboy 2019 now has a Red Band Trailer (swearing and violence included, then), and there’s both UK and US trailers here, including some fruity language and lots of violence.

Also, at 1:53 (and 1:59 in the US trailer), is that really Big Mo from EastEnders wielding a rifle? Cool!

And yes, she is Laila Morse, aka Gary Oldman’s sister!

I’ve included both trailers because there are some slight subtle differences for the geeky completists like me 😀

Hellboy 2019 has been brought forward in the UK by one day to April 11th.

Check out the picture and trailers below:

Previously on DVDfever:

January 1st:

Hellboy 2019 is coming whether or not you’ve asked for it.

Based on the graphic novels by Mike Mignola, Hellboy (David Harbour – Suicide Squad, Crisis In Six Scenes), caught between the worlds of the supernatural and human, battles the ancient sorceress Nimue the Blood Queen (Milla Jovovich), who’s bent on revenge.

Personally, I have no idea how well this new version translates to the original comic book. The two Ron Perlman movies – Hellboy and Hellboy II: The Golden Army – were okay, but no more than that.

What I can see from this, is that they’re clearly going for the Marvel-style jokey type of movie, so since that usually works for me, instead of when they’re trying to be overly serious, I may give this one a go.

Hellboy 2019 is released in the UK on April 12th 2019.

Director: Neil Marshall
Screenplay: Andrew Cosby
Comic book: Mike Mignola
Also stars: Ian McShane, Sasha Lane, Thomas Haden Church, Penelope Mitchell, Daniel Dae Kim, Sophie Okonedo, Brian Gleeson, Kristina Klebe, Alistair Petrie

Check out the trailer below: