London, Jan 29 : Rambo is back, but his return for the fourth time is the bloodiest yet, with a death toll of 236 in 93 minutes.
The fourth instalment, simply called John Rambo, which is written and directed by Sylvester Stallone, is the most violent yet, with more than two on-screen deaths every minute.
There are a total of 236 "kills" in the 93-minute-long action flick, which has just been released in America, an average of 2.59 each 60 seconds, reports The Sun.
In the first Rambo film, 1982's First Blood, just one character lost its life, according to a chart compiled by terrorism expert and author, John Mueller.
The fourth Rambo movie sees Vietnam War veteran John Rambo, played by Stallone himself, trying to free a group of Christian missionaries who have gone missing in Thailand.
Mueller said that the movie, to be released in the UK next month, showed "the most depraved level of man's inhumanity to man".