Hellboy Animated: Blood and Iron
When Hellboy, Liz Sherman, and Abe Sapien are assigned to investigate the ghost-infested mansion of a publicity-hound billionaire, they uncover a plot to resurrect a beautiful yet monstrous vampire from Professor Bruttenholm’s past. But before they can stop her bloodbath, Hellboy will have to battle harpies, hellhounds, a giant werewolf, and even the ferocious goddess Hecate herself.
- Stars:Ragne Veensalu, Lenna Kuurmaa, Andres Lõo, Viire Valdma, Ivo Uukkivi, Ene Rämmeld, Tiit Lilleorg, Taavi Eelmaa, Piret Kalda, Kaie Mihkelson, Argo Aadli, Ron Perlman, Selma Blair, John Hurt, Doug Jones, Peri Gilpin, J. Grant Albrecht, Jim Cummings, Grey DeLisle, Rob Paulsen, Dee Dee Rescher, Kath Soucie, Cree Summer, James Arnold Taylor,
- Director:Victor Cook, Tad Stones,
- Writer:Kevin Hopps (screenplay), Mike Mignola (story), Tad Stones (story), Mike Mignola (Dark Horse comic book "Hellboy")
In 1939, young Professor Bruttenholm destroyed Erzsebet Ondrushko, a female vampire who bathed in the blood of innocents to stay young. Now someone in upstate New York is trying to bring ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hellboy Animated: Blood and Iron torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: I wish these movies were released in theaters instead of the live action ones.
(fr) wrote: Family drama, with many issues to resolve and sorrows and problems to overcome.
(fr) wrote: Typical straight to rental creature flick sequel with bad special effects, bad acting, plenty of nudity and no originality or wit of the usually released in the theatre first part. However this is better than a lot of others as for the most part it's entertaining ( usually not intentional ) and has a couple of characters that you actually enjoy watching. In the case of this film, Ironside is good as the sheriff and Butlers scenes with the two hunters and the boyfriend looking for his lost love are the best parts of the film. However let's not get too excited, it is still a product of a low budget and amateurish mess, but does have enough to keep you entertained over 90 minutes.
(br) wrote: good for comedy, comedy with no sense... just acting, with the typical storyline
(kr) wrote: This film is proof that movies can be poetry. Reflections: from the period piece in water, from the modern period in steel & glass, in the whole film's story. Substance of the insubstantial: wind moving trees, steam filling a space, conversations.
(ag) wrote: A cheap and poorly made horror film, Species III continues the saga of humanity's struggle to contain human/alien hybrids. Picking up where the last film left off, a research scientist raises Eve's alien offspring in an attempt to create an improved DNA strand, but when other half-breeds learn of his research they come after him. Unfortunately Sunny Mabrey is no Natasha Henstridge; she has no personality or charisma whatsoever. In fact, all of the acting is pretty atrocious (except for Robert Knepper). And, the special effects and makeup are just awful. Species III is complete and utter garbage that bears little resemblance to the original.
(kr) wrote: Very good movie, shows how uprising wyoming could get bad back when rich land owners tried to take away land from pure farmers
(nl) wrote: on par with Clerks for witty dialogue & comedy bits. Shatner is inspiring.
(au) wrote: One of my personal favorite Bond films.
(kr) wrote: I don't know what irritates me the most: A. Watching a jumbled plot of supposed Ancient Egyptian culture mixed in with millennial pop culture mannerisms; Or B. Whitewashing the Ancient Egyptian culture with Hollywood's lack of diversity appeal.