While Hellboy neutralizes the threat of giants in England, in London a much worse evil grows. The Queen of the Blood has returned from the dead with a thirst for vengeance and a plan to destroy the world. The Paranormal Investigation Agency will send veteran Ben Daimio and young Alice Monaghan to help Hellboy stop her. However, for the red demon it will not be so simple, because it is not clear whether he should take the side of humans or lead the army of hell. The red demon emerged from the mind of Mike Mignola, and immortalized on the big screen by Guillermo del Toro, returns to the undercard with this new release that, however, completely decouples from its predecessors. Neil Marshall (Centurion) is at the controls of this reboot and Hellboy directs a film even more faithful to the essence of the character, where humor is mixed with an adult story, visceral and violent not suitable for all audiences. With the supervision of Mignola himself, the film tackles one of the most epic and exciting stories of this publication, which tells the dramatic origin of this tireless warrior against the forces of darkness, while bringing together many of the most loved elements by the fans throughout its almost 25 years of history. The result is a witchcraft and surprises show that combines great scenes of action, horror movies and an intense emotional journey and self-discovery of its protagonist. David Harbor (Black Mass) relieves Ron Perlman as this peculiar anti-hero and leads a cast consisting of Ian McShane (John Wick: Blood Pact), Daniel Dae Kim (The Divergent Series: Leal), Sasha Lane (American Honey) and Milla Jovovich (Resident Evil: The Final Chapter) as the villain of the show.