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Rayne fights against the Nazis in Europe during World War II, encountering Ekart Brand, a Nazi leader whose target is to inject Adolf Hitler with Rayne's blood in an attempt to transform him into a dhampir and attain immortality. Written by
When Rayne enters the boxcar during the opening fight, she is carrying her two swords. When she is attacked inside the car, her swords vanish from her hands. See more »
Lt. Kaspar Jaeger:
I have no authority in these matters. But I will not stand by and let you kill that "creature" as part of some mandated experiment of yours, Doctor.
The fascinating caveat to this Lieutenant is that they are very difficult to kill. Only by stake, fire, holy water, decapitation, and sunlight. The vampire still stay resilient forever. It's a marvel of science. I'm on the cusp of clasping the secret to lifelong longevity. My experiments will contribute to the better endowment of the Reich... to ...
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Vampires, Nazis and Eroticism: A Combination that does not Work Well
In the World War II, the Damphir Rayne (Natassia Malthe) fights against Nazis and joins the resistance lead by Nathaniel Gregor (Brendan Fletcher). When they attack a train expecting to find weapons, they find people that are going to concentration camp.
Rayne is shot by a soldier and her blood drops on the face of Commandant Ekart Brand (Michael Paré ). She kills him but he turns into a powerful vampire. Now Rayne need to fix the problem, otherwise Hitler may achieve her power with the research of Doctor Mangler (Clint Howard).
"Bloodrayne: The Third Reich" is a low budget movie by Uwe Boll with the combination of vampires, Nazis and eroticism that does not work well. The body of the sexy Natassia Malthe is exposed in a silly exploitation. My vote is four.
Title (Brazil): "Bloodrayne: O Terceiro Reich" ("Bloodrayne: The Third Reich")
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