Netflix has given us another look at “The Punisher,” and Jon Berntha’s take on gun-loving vigilante Frank Castle is still as brutal as ever.The 30-second teaser flicks in and out of focus, going back and forth between Frank’s point of view and a GoPro-style shot of the action. It’s set somewhere in the woods, with crispy fall leaves all over the ground. Frank encounters a soldier in camo fatigues, and after a scuttle, snaps the soldier’s neck before grabbing the camera and saying “I’m coming for you” in the most menacing way possible.Surprise. #ThePunisher pic.twitter.
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