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Bloodrayne: The Third Reich and Boll's Madness: A Movie Review

*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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New Release: BloodRayne: Third Reich Blu-ray and DVD

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.

Natassia Malthe strikes a pose as BloodRayne.

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,
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Vampire Week on the Horror Channel

Today sees the UK based satellite chanel Zone Horror re-brand itself back to the Horror Channel. As part of the celebratory proceedings the channel are airing a special Vampire Week, featuring fourteen(!) vampire movies And the Horror Channel premiere of Blade: The Series starring rapper Sticky Fingaz as the titular hero.

Why am I telling you this you may ask? Well airing as part of Vampire Week are, in my opinion, four of the Best vampire movies ever made – the Subspecies quadrilogy. As well as the not-as-good-as-the-originals Subspecies spin-off Vampire Journals. For those of you who have never heard of Subspecies, the films are a direct-to-video series produced by Full Moon Studios (Puppetmaster, Demonic Toys), which were released between 1991 to 1998, and followed the exploits of vampire Radu Vladislas, portrayed by actor Anders Hove, and his efforts to turn Michelle Morgan into his fledgling.

The Subspecies series are airing in double-bills on April 7th/8th,
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Top Ten Tuesday: The Worst Vampires in Film History

Okay, all you Twilight-ers out there. It’s time to avert your eyes, because the Haterade is about to flow like a pierced jugular. This week, yes, in honor of New Moon’s release, we are counting down our collective top 10 of the worst vampires in film history. These are creatures of the night so goofy, so lame, and so odd, they make us dream of the days of Max Schreck. Hell, they make us long for the days of Willem Dafoe playing Max Schreck. So hear you are, sans Nicolas Cage from Vampire’S Kiss, even, the ten worst vampires in motion picture history.

10. Zandor Vorkov as Dracula in Dracula Vs Frankenstein

Universal monster team-ups of the 1940s, director Al Adamson’s 1971 low budget paste-up job Dracula Vs Frankenstein (Adamson combined footage from a uncompleted biker film with the monster pairing) is considered one of the worst horror films of the 70’s,
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A very young Vampire set for The Twlight Saga: Eclipse

  • Fangoria
Variety is reporting that youngster Jodelle Ferland has joined the cast of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse "as a vampire who has just been turned."

The 14-year-old actress may not be a name you'd recognize right off the 'bat, but when you see her list of credits, you'll be surprised at her level of genre cred...

Since beginning acting in 2000, Ferland has appeared in: The Cabin In The Woods, Case 39, Bloodrayne II: Deliverance, The Messengers, Seed, Masters Of Horror, Silent Hill, Kingdom Hospital, Supernatural, Dead Like Me, Carrie (the 2002 TV version), and more.

Either she is the Demon Seed, or the horror gods have shined upon her!

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse will roll on the 17th under the evil eyes of Director David Slade (30 Days Of Night, Hard Candy).

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse -

"As Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a malicious vampire continues her quest for revenge,
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New Bloodrayne 2 Deliverance Movie Poster from Uwe Boll

  • ShockYa
Take a look at the first official movie poster from the upcoming film ” BloodRayne II: Deliverance ” by director Uwe Boll ( Alone in the Dark II, BloodRayne 3, Postal ) and starring Natassia Malthe ( Skinwalkers ), Zack Ward and Chris Coppola. Synopsis: It’s a hundred years later, and the dhampir Rayne has arrived in the town of Deliverance, Montana where a group of vampire cowboys have emerged. Led by Billy the Kid, hell-bent on creating is own kingdom, he slaughters townspeople and rounds up children. He spares the life of Chicago Chronicle reported Newton Pyles. Rayne aligns herself with Pat Garret, a member of the long-thought-dead Brimstone society, a dishonest preacher, and a low life named Franson, [...]
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