Director Neil Marshall’s reboot of the Hellboy film series sees David Harbour replacing Ron Perlman as the titular half-demon superhero. With the help of his powerful colleagues at the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense (B.P.R.D.) and other allies, Hellboy attempts to stop an ancient British sorceress (Milla Jovovich) from destroying humanity.~Augustine Chay
Blu-ray & DVD Special Features
Reborn (3-Part Documentary)
Tales of the Wild Hunt: Hellboy
Milla JovovichNimue/The Blood Queen
Ian McShaneProfessor Broom
Atanas SrebrevAgent Madison
Alistair PetrieLord Adam Glaren
Rick WardenDr. Edwin Carp
Nitin GanatraAugust Swain
Sophie OkonedoLady Hatton
Joel HarlowVon Krupt
Kristina KlebeLeni Rafenstahl
Thomas Haden ChurchLobster Johnson
Carle HampeSir Malcom Frost
Tony Van SilvaAbbot
Daniel Dae KimMajor Ben Daimio
Meglena KaralambovaLeprous Hags
Laila MorseMrs. Harker
Emma TateBaba Yaga
Benjamin WallfischComposer (Music Score)
Paul KirbyProduction Designer
Alessandro TrosoArt Director
Alexey KaraghiaurArt Director
Andrew Ackland-SnowArt Director
Avi LernerExecutive Producer
Christa CampbellExecutive Producer
Jeffrey GreensteinExecutive Producer
John ThompsonExecutive Producer
Kristopher WrightExecutive Producer
Lati GrobmanExecutive Producer
Mike MignolaExecutive Producer
Trevor ShortExecutive Producer
Stefan ManchevSet Designer
Stephanie CollieCostume Designer
Valentina MladenovaSet Decorator
Martin CantwellSound/Sound Designer
Matthew CollingeSound/Sound Designer
Paul CarterSound/Sound Designer
Rob PrynneSound/Sound Designer
Robert SharmanSound Mixer
Vladimir KaloyanovSound Mixer
Andrew StirkRe-Recording Mixer
Benjamin WallfischMusic Producer
Dennis BerardiVisual Effects Supervisor
Galya KyuchukovaSecond Assistant Director
Georgi ManchevFights Choreographer
Joel HarlowCreature Design
Joel HarlowMakeup Special Effects
Lonnie RamatiCo-Executive Producer
Markos RounthwaiteStunts Coordinator
Matthew CollingeRe-Recording Mixer
Action and Adventure,Fantasy
Fantasy Adventure,Sci-Fi Action,Superhero Film
Year of Release
Includes Digital Copy, Blu-ray/DVD
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel, stereo
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
English, French, Spanish
English, French, Spanish
Hellboy [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray/DVD] 
Good movie for the adults wouldn't recommend for young kids.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Owned for 2 months when reviewed.
I am a huge fan of the original hellboy movies and when I saw that critics said it was terrible, I almost didn't see it. I went ahead and did though luckily and it was absolutely amazing. I don't want to compare it to it's predecessors because it's so good in its own right; plot wise, quality acting, and the humor in a dark setting yet still maintaining a strong emotional quality. All of the actors more than excelled in their roles, the storyline was phenomenal, and the action was out of this world. The main difference between this and the others before it is that it earns the R rating with strong violence/gore, harsh language, and maybe being just overall more brutal in general but that doesn't make it bad. I would advise people on the fence about this who have seen the prior movies with Ron Perlman to go in expecting a different but equally rewarding type of experience, but this is strictly an adult film. In some ways, not holding back let's Hellboy excell even more. Ignore those cynical critics who probably didn't care about or like the first 2 either. Sit through the end of the credits for a cool little scene alluding to a sequel that I hope will be made.
This 4K Blu-ray of Hellboy (2019) is amazing. The video quality is superb, with excellent HDR and detail, thanks to the native 4K resolution brought to us by Lionsgate.
The audio is excellently mixed, with plenty of powerful bass, crispy clear dialogue, overhead and surround sound. This Dolby ATMOS track really kicks major butt and is available on both the 4K UHD disc along with the standard Blu-ray.
There is also lots and lots of special features included on the standard Blu-ray, which is worth checking out if you're a movie buff.
I personally enjoyed the original Guillermo Del Toro and Ron Perlman Hellboy movies much more. Those movies were fun, action packed packed, funny, and creative. If you're thinking of buying this 2019 Hellboy reboot, I highly suggest renting it first due to all the mixed reactions from audiences.
If you're just a straight movie buff with a 4K TV and a surround sound system, you won't be disappointed.
Who wants seriousness and drama in the age of COVID lockdowns? This is one of the budget bins better offerings.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
This is a reboot that tries hard......but
Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
Now fans of Mignola's original comics may well like the fact that this version culls so much content from them, and yet the film is rather oddly structured, including the more or less prologue setting up the whole Arthurian element along with the nefarious, initially dissected, Vivienne Numie (Milla Jovovich), otherwise known as the Blood Queen. But after the film ostensibly segues to contemporary times, it first flashes back for a kind of silly rehash of the discovery of Hellboy (played by David Harbour as an adult), albeit this time with all sorts of supposed psychological angst stemming from the fact that Hellboy wasn't previously aware that his adoptive father Trevor Bruttenhome (Ian McShane) initially may have had a bit of infanticide on his mind. And in fact this Hellboy seems to rather desperately want to inject the kind of "gravitas" that has informed some other cinematic superhero adaptations, except that in this case that approach just kind of clashes, arguably comically, with the sillier aspects of the Hellboy character.
But even after the flashback, the film then goes off on an apparent tangent involving an occult society in England that is seeking to curtail the activities of mutant giants. This part of the film ultimately is kinda sorta woven into the overall fabric, but it's both too disjunctive and frankly too misdirectional to ultimately work that well. , some may feel they've wandered into a previously unknown episode of Monty Python's Flying Circus.
This is a film that is stuffed to its veritable gills and/or horns with subplots and supporting characters, and there's an onslaught of variably effective CGI at play as well, and yet this reboot seems to be missing one of the central elements of the at least relatively well remembered Ron Perlman — Guillermo del Toro films, namely: fun. The film tries to be "hip and happening", with Harbour is appealing enough in the role, but he simply can't erase the memory of Perlman, especially when he seems to be mimicking Perlman's very distinctive speaking voice.
Hellboy offers an overly convoluted "origin story" here that of course ultimately ties in to the whole Arthurian aspect, and it does have a good deal of fun with various occult elements like witches, demons and shape shifters, but the screenplay (by Andrew Cosby) is simply too busy for its own good, darting hither and yon to try to give the viewer an epic with some psychological underpinnings, something that's perhaps a fool's errand when the focal character is Hellboy.
Not Del Toro & Pearlman, But Not Bad. This movie got a bad rap, it did not have the visual aspect or sense of wonder that are a staple of Del Toro but it was far from a bad movie. Pearlman was born to play Hellboy so it is hard to follow that act, however Harbour does a pretty good job of making the character his own. We are also introduced to some new & interesting characters never before seen that the live action world of Hellboy. And they tackle one of the most popular Hellboy story lines which probably added to the negative reaction from fanboys. If you are a fan of the first 2 movies and are not heavily into the comics this movie is worth a watch and will more then likely be enjoyable to you.