Antboy: Revenge of the Red Fury

DVD Release: August 4, 2015
Antboy: Revenge of the Red Fury


Based on the hit books by Kenneth Bogh Andersen. Antboy returns in this explosive sequel to the original crime-fighting blockbuster movie. Picking up where he left off, Antboy finds his world thrust back into danger when a new band of super-villians arise. The Beetle Twins, created by The Flea and fueled by his sinister DNA altering serum, wreak havoc on the city all whilst Red Fury, a friend turned dangerous foe, attacks Antboy and those closest to him in an attempt at revenge.

Dove Review

Pelle is back as the hero Antboy. This time he is fighting the usual bad guys, but also finds a surprising new opponent. Throughout the movie Antboy wonders if all his struggles are worth it. In his final battle he realizes that being a hero is not always about strength and bravery; being a hero is about what’s inside you and focusing on the importance of helping others.

Another comic-book type action movie with fight scenes and fun. This Antboy sequel teaches lessons about bullying, remembering other people’s feelings, and the importance of friendship. Antboy always tries to do his best to help those around him.

This is a family film, but viewers should be aware of content we have listed below. We award this version of Antboy the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages 12+.

Content Description

Sex: Girl kisses boy on cheek.
Language: Jerk; heck; dang it.
Violence: Man trying to rob a diamond store; Antboy destroys toilet by urinating in it (body part not shown); boys push girl down; girls make fun of another girl; fight scenes; girl wants revenge on Antboy; shooting paint gun at picture; boy's head caught in refrigerator; Antboy thrown around room; girl tearing up pictures.
Drugs: Bullies drink an evil elixir.
Nudity: None
Other: Invisibility; vengeance; boys talk over abandon house; lying to others about feelings.


Company: Viva Pictures
Director: Ask Hasselbalch
Producer: Eva Jakobsen
Genre: Action
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe