The new red-band trailer for Neil Marshall's Hellboy reboot does not disappoint. The hype around the film has been that it would bring a lot more hard-edged violence and Deadpool-style subversive humor than Guillermo del Toro's movies, and the latest teaser, which follows up December's much more sanitized first trailer, delivers in spades. The title character, played by Stranger Things star David Harbour, spills blood, rides dragons, wields a fiery sword and drops snarky one-liners while a oddly compelling symphonic rendition of Deep Purple's "Smoke on the Water" swells in the background. We also gets a much better look at Milla Jovovich as the film's villain, Nimue, a medieval sorceress bent on destroying humankind. The new Hellboy hits theaters April 12th.
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