I’m still willing to give the new Hellboy a shot, but boy have my expectations cooled. Guillermo del Toro’s two Hellboy movies aren’t perfect, and I never would say they are. What I would say, though, is that they visually look amazing. del Toro is a master of creating immersive, lived in looking worlds. This… read more

The reboot of Hellboy has set a release date, but it’s a ways off. The new version of Hellboy will be hitting theaters on January 11, 2019. The reboot of the character will star David Harbour as the good-hearted demon and Milla Jovovich as the Blood Queen. The film is also set to star Ian… read more

The first image of David Harbour as Hellboy has been released, and you have to admit it’s pretty darn impressive. I still would have liked to have seen Guillermo del Toro’s third Hellboy film, but sadly that will never happen. With a reboot now in the works, promotion is starting incredibly early and the first… read more


It looks as though we will never see Guillermo del Toro finish his Hellboy film trilogy. Despite numerous attempts to get a third Hellboy film made, it appears that the ship has sailed and instead we’re in for a reboot of the franchise with an R-rating in the sights. Now Neil Marshall (The Descent) is… read more


Ron Perlman may be trying to give Johnny Depp a run for his money on the “nicest guy in Hollywood” title. Spectral Motion, the effects house behind the look of Ron Perlman as Hellboy, received a Make-A-Wish foundation for a young boy named Zachary.  He wanted to meet and become Hellboy, the star of two… read more


Just a little over two years ago it was announced that Guillermo Del Toro had landed the job of directing the two films based on The Hobbit novel.  Mr. del Toro, known for directing films such as Blade II, the Hellboy films and Pan’s Labyrinth, was going to spend three years in New Zealand working… read more

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It may be hard to believe, but there was once a time where a movie based on a comic book being released was like some sort of weird dream.  It was rare, and it was even rarer that they were actually good.  Luckily all of that has changed over the years, and the rule of… read more

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