2 items from 2011
*a screener of this film was provided by Phase 4 Films.
Director: Uwe Boll.
Writer: Michael Nachoff.
Bloodrayne: The Third Reich is the second sequel to a video game adaption franchise. This title is directed by the notorious Uwe Boll (Rampage), who is no stranger to the straight-to-video film market. This latest film follows Bloodrayne (2005) and Bloodrayne II: Deliverance (2007). And you might be upset to find out that Boll intends to make a fourth film in this series, based on the final scene of this latest flick *groan*.
There is an interesting element in Boll's filmmaking strategies, as another film, titled Blubberella, was filmed almost simultaneously as Bloodrayne: The Third Reich. Both films use the same characters, same actors, same sets and even the same plotline. Only the genre changes from thriller to comedy. That curious tidbit aside, Bloodrayne: The Third Reich turns out to be an average thriller, with »
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Phase 4 Films bloodies things up a bit with the upcoming release of BloodRayne: The Third Reich – Unrated Director’s Cut on Blu-Ray and DVD on July 5.
The Blu-Rayand DVD will each carry a list price of $29.99.
Directed by Uwe Boll, BloodRayne: The Third Reich is the third entry in the action/horror film franchise inspired by the best-selling video game. The previous films, 2005’s BloodRayne and 2007’s BloodRayne II: Deliverance, were also directed by Boll.
The striking Natassia Malthe (Doa.: Dead or Alive) reprises her titular role from BloodRayne II: Deliverance in this 2010 movie, which finds the half-vampire/half-human Rayne (Malthe) continuing to live in the shadows as she slaughters vampires and anyone else who gets in her way. Set in Europe during World War II, Rayne faces a growing army of bloodsucking, undead Nazi soldiers led by Ekart Brand (Michael Paré, »
2 items from 2011
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