By Clark Collis
March 03, 2017 at 10:30 AM EST
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In the horror movie Don’t Kill It (in theaters and on VOD/iTunes right now), action legend Dolph Lundgren plays a Deep South demon-hunter named Jebediah Woodley on the trail of a supernatural entity capable of possessing the person who murders its previous host.

“It’s about a demon that’s been unleashed and I am the guy that’s going to put it back in the box,” says Lundgren. “I play this demon-hunter who’s kind of a cross between Indiana Jones and Clint Eastwood.”

Kristina Klebe (Rob Zombie’s Halloween) plays an FBI agent who partners with Woodley to track down the homicidal entity in director Mike Mendez’s film.

“She was very good,” says Lundgren. “She played the character kind of restrained because my character’s so colorful. We balanced out quite well. Yeah, it was great to work with her. It’s a fun relationship. It’s sort of romantic— but just a little bit.”

Watch an exclusive scene with Lundgren and Klebe, above.