Director Albert Pyun always has a lot of irons in the fire, but beginning July 16th he'll be focusing strictly on one of them: Cyborg Nemesis, which replaces the previously announced Cyborgs: Rise of the Slingers and is drawn from the world of Cyborg and the action of Nemesis.
Need your dosage of Uwe Boll flavored filmmaking? Well, fret not, dearest psycho. We have your chance to win a copy of the In the Name of the King DVD on US! I know. You're giddy with excitement, right?
Just a few days ago we brought you word of when you'll be able to see Uwe Boll's fantasy sequel In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds, starring Dolph Lundgren waging battle with the forces of evil in a non-comical Army of Darkness sort of way. Now we have a brief trailer bringing us our first look at this unlikely sequel. One thing is certain: A lot of people are going to run around the woods sword fighting.
Good news for Uwe Boll and Dolph Lundgren fans: It turns out we don't have to wait until 2012 to see In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds after all! The adrenaline-fueled next chapter in the epic action/adventure franchise battles onto Blu-ray and DVD on December 27th from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Today the third installment of the BloodRayne franchise drops on DVD and Blu-Ray courtesy of Phase 4 Films, and love ‘em or hate ‘em, it’s hard to deny that the mastermind at the helm behind the trilogy- Uwe Boll- is one of the more fascinating people working in the industry today.
Could the third time be the charm for Uwe Boll's BloodRayne movies? We'll all find out when BloodRayne: The Third Reich hits DVD shelves a week after July Fourth. It took three movies to finally catch up to the plot of the video game, but this time the sexy half-vampire/half-human Rayne finally does battle with Nazis - the basis of the original BloodRayne game.
A bit of bad news coming in today from the Vancouver area as a propane explosion on the set of Uwe Boll's In the Name of the King 2 has sent six people to a local hospital.
Looking forward to the third chapter in Uwe Boll's Bloodrayne franchise? Anyone? Come on, really? But ... but she fights Nazi vampires this time! Aw, hell. Watch the trailer and then decide. Dig on "the goods" after the plot crunch below, and look for more soon! Synopsis
When the original Bloodrayne movie came out, a lot of fans were wondering why it didn't stick to the war-torn World War II setting from the video game. Every one else was wondering just how Uwe Boll was still allowed to be making movies. Say what you want about Dr. Boll, he is persistent and has actually gotten light years better as a filmmaker.
Well, kids, it looks like we're in for more epic shoveling as the news has come out of AFM today that beginning in December, Uwe Boll will commence filming In the Name of the King 2!
Stagnight producer Darryn Welch is set to take the director's chair for his latest film Slave, and his first order of business? Enslave Bloodrayne II's Natassia Malthe. Can you blame him?