Back in 2009 Uwe Boll released the violent mass-murder film Rampage, which is really the only movie he's put out that wasn't universally hated by nearly every single human being on the planet. Naturally, it didn't take long for him to set his sights on a sequel...
A few weeks back we told you that Dr. Uwe Boll was already hard at work on a sequel to his - honestly - great film Rampage, and now, just in time for the European Film Market, we have the exclusive premiere of the film's teaser artwork along with a first look trailer.
A few years back infamous director Uwe Boll did the unthinkable... he released a really, and we mean really, good movie in Rampage starring Brendan Fletcher. Seriously, you wouldn't even think Boll was behind this one. Can lightning strike twice?
There was a time when the notion of making motion pictures out of old school arcade games like Asteroids and Space Invaders was the subject of jokes. Today it's the subject of multi-million dollar Hollywood studio deals. Perhaps chalk this one up to Hollywood’s renewed interest in giant monster movies; New Line is raring to Rampage.
Why is it so damn hard to turn a great video game into an excellent movie? So many excellent franchises have been adapted for the screen in what can consistently be labeled as lackluster efforts.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Brendan Fletcher, Shawn Sipos, Matt Frewer, Lynda Boyd, Michael Pare Written and Directed by Uwe Boll Uwe Boll is one angry dude.
It's been a long time since we had our last Uwe Boll driven slice of cinema carnage (some would argue not long enough), but that's about to change in June when his latest film Rampage hits DVD!
Horror has always dominated the American Film Market and 2009 was no exception. And while there was a considerable shortage of titles this year, the overall quality was a huge step up from previous AFMs. I guess there’s something to be said for the lack of over-saturation.
I can't help but get the feeling Uwe Boll needs a hug. He seems very angry and lately has been making movies that reflect that anger, that utter contempt for society, that deep down urge to destroy everyone and everything. He uncorked his rage in a serious manner with Seed and then comically so with Postal.
This news item has nothing to do with the horror genre. Who cares? It's Friday; we could all use a good laugh, and I doubt you'll see anything funnier today than this trailer for the American release of the 1980's Turkish Rambo rip-off Rampage.