Blood-ripping red band trailer and images from Chow Yun Fat’s Let the Bullets Fly

Well Go USA has revealed two new trailers from their release Let the Bullets Fly, which stars Chow Yun Fat, Jiang Wen, Ge You and Carina Lau. Action-wise, Let the Bullets Fly reminds of Chow Yun Fat’s crime classics The Killer and A Better Tomorrow, except set in the 1920s.

Let the Bullets Fly takes place in the lawless land that is rural China in the 1920s, legendary bandit “Pocky” Zhang (Jiang Wen) and his gang stage a train robbery. They are quite unhappy to discover that instead of silver, the only thing left on the train is the con man, Tang (Ge You). Desperate, Tang explains that he’s on his way to Goose Town, where he’s bought himself a governorship. If allowed to live, he will help Zhang assume the governorship in his place… where Zhang can make more money in one month as a corrupt politician than he can in a year’s worth of train robberies. With Tang as his prisoner/counselor, off they go.

But neither realizes that Goose Town is already under the iron rule of the wealthy Master Huang (Chow Yun Fat, The Killer, Hard Boiled), whose charming exterior conceals a ruthless, conniving crime lord. As Zhang begins to see how badly Huang oppresses the citizens of Goose Town, he decides to do something about it, and Huang quickly senses a major threat to his empire.

Thus begins an escalating series of hyper-violent (and hilarious) mind games between the bandit and the crime lord, while the devious Tang tries to play both sides until he can exit the situation…preferably with a profit. The stakes quickly rise to ludicrous proportions in this masterfully vicious, pitch-black action-comedy (China’s highest grossing film of all time), and you’ll be laughing the entire time as double- and triple-crosses, razor-sharp wordplay, and hundreds of thousands of bullets explode across the screen.

Let the Bullets Fly will hit theaters on March 2, 2012.

Check out the trailers, along with still images from the film, below.

The red band trailer below gives you a better idea of the level of gore in Let the Bullets Fly.