Starring Alex Lucchesi, Guglielmo Favilla, Claudio Marmugi, Rosella Elmi Directed by Luca Boni and Marco Ristori Distributed by Chelsea Films
Yes, the movie you have been waiting for, BloodRayne: The Third Reich, is officially on its way to both DVD and Blu-ray high definition, and it will be here before you know it. According to Foy it's actually the very best of Uwe Boll's BloodRayne films, but we're not exactly sure that's saying much. From the Press Release
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.
The other day I reported on a Hollywood Reporter story about how Uwe Boll is filing a lawsuit against the Berlin Film Festival over the matter of the fest's differing requirements when it comes to the 125 euro ($170) entrance fee.
In what may very well be the oddest movie news story of the day, Uwe Boll is suing the Berlin Film Festival over their refusal to screen his new Auschwitz movie. Not because they find the film to be too disturbing or horribly exploitive or because Germans don't like to be reminded of their shameful past. No, Boll just doesn't want to pay the $170 entry fee.
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
Some things sound so absurd your first instinct is to say to yourself, "That cannot be true!" Well, not only is Uwe Boll's film about the world's first fat superhero, Blubberella, a reality, but we have the trailer to prove it.
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!
The last time Uwe Boll tried his hand at making a comedy, it was the controversial Postal. Some heralded the film a hilarious comedic romp and Boll's best film to date. Let's see how they feel about Blubberella, Boll's new horror comedy about an obese superheroine battling the forces of evil.
On October 2nd the third annual GoreZone International Film Festival got under way at Leicester Square’s Prince Charles Cinema; and for the first time ever, Dread was on the scene to check it out. Our report follows along with condensed reviews of six of the films shown over the weekend.
And the badassery just keeps on coming! That's right, flesh mongers! We've gotten our blood-soaked claws into a brand new image from Marco Ristori and Luca Boni's Italian living dead infested flick Eaters along with a new one-sheet! Life is good, but death is better! Guglielmo Favilla, Alex Lucchesi, Steve Sylvester, Rosella Elmi, and Richard Burton star. No word on exactly when we'll be seeing this flick clawing at our doors, but we'll be keeping a close watch on things. In the interim dig on the goods below. Synopsis
I miss the Uwe Boll that made bad video game movies we could at the very least laugh at. I much prefer that Uwe Boll to the morose Uwe Boll who now mostly makes movies that wallow in human misery - prison rape, Vietnam savagery, Columbine-style massacres, African genocide - and now he's making a movie called Auschwitz graphically detailing the horrors that went on in that most notorious of Nazi concentration camps.