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Bloodrayne (Unrated Director's Cut)

2.4 out of 5 stars 225 customer reviews

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IN 18TH CENTURY ROMANIA, RAYNE, A DHAMPIR (HALF-HUMAN, HALF-VAMPIRE), PRONE TO FITS OF BLIND BLOOD RAGE BUT SADDLED WITH A COMPUNCTION FOR HUMANS, STRIVES TO AVENGE HER MOTHER'S RAPE BY HER FATHER, KAGAN, KING OF VAMPIRES. TWO VAMPIRE HUNTERS PERSUADE HER TO JOIN THEIR CAUSE.

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  • Actors: Kristanna Loken, Ben Kingsley, Michelle Rodriguez, Michael Madsen, Matthew Davis
  • Directors: Uwe Boll
  • Writers: Guinevere Turner
  • Producers: Brad Van Arragon, Brandon Baker, Dan Clarke, Dan Sales, Frederic Demey
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Uwe Boll Productions
  • DVD Release Date: May 23, 2006
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (225 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000EQ5V8G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,746 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Uwe Boll is an inspiration to hopeful filmmakers everywhere. He proves that no matter how talentless you are, studios will still give you money.

Well, how do you explain a movie like "BloodRayne" otherwise? The infamous Boll's new film is yet another example of cinematic ineptitude, with bad acting from B-list stars, an atrocious script, and a plot that is actually thinner than the original video game. Someone put this movie out of its misery.

Rayne (Kristanna Loken) is a dhampir -- half human, half vampire, the result of a vampire raping a human. Escaping from a life as a sideshow freak, she decides to go kill her daddy Kagan (Sir Ben Kingsley). And Kagan is trying to grab the magical body parts of an ancient vampire, which will make him invincible.

Since Rayne is a good bloodsucker (animals and bad guys) she happily joins a band of vampire-haters, the Brimstone Society. Vladimir (Michael Madson), Sebastian (Matt Davis) and Katarin (Michelle Rodriegez) join forces with Rayne. But to stop Kagan, they will have to deal with his vicious vampire hordes.

If "Buffy" had ripped off "Blade" and "Lord of the Rings," then the result might have been something like "BloodRayne." Yes, the film is that unoriginal -- Uwe Boll tears off chunks of hit movies, and splatters them together into a movie of his own. But it cannot hide this simple fact: Boll has the skills of a mentally backward Yorkie.

Well, Boll is trying hard. He really, really tries hard to make this a thrilling, stunning adventure. But the entire movie is strangled in his ineptitude -- the action is Monty Pythonesque at best, with silly wrangling and geysers of blood. Lots of dismemberment. Funny sex against the jail bars. It's all almost campy, but somehow it's too inane to be.
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Ok, I give up...what exactly was this film supposed to be? I haven't seen special effects this bad since...well...ever. There must have been a sale on blood packs, because that's the only thing this movie was not in short supply of. They actually had a man on the ground supposedly being hacked to pieces. I saw better at the high school haunted house last year. Totally inexcusable...please people, do not waste your time or money!! They should have paid US to watch the movie.
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I am a big fan of vampire movies, books, and other media such as games. However, no matter how much I try to get past the fact that this is a "vampire movie" I am stuck saying this movie is simply terrible. It seems to be a B movie struggling to be a big picture, and it fails as both.

The major flaws include:

- Weak dialogue... some of the worst I have ever listened to. Michelle's Rodriguez's fake accent was the worst! The movie was filled with stilted exchanges that sounded almost like junior high school kids practicing for their first play.

- Weak action ... the stunts were not well orchestrated, the gore was too over the top, and the actors/stuntmen simply lacked energy.

- Weak story ... like many game movies, Bloodrayne assumes the reader has spent many hours playing the game. These movies only work if the director and screen writer assume the viewer has never seen the game.

- Weak visuals ... The movie should have been much darker and more intense. It was too well lit even during the night scenes. These are vampires right??? Sunlight kills them?? Every killing stroke was a huge squirt of blood spraying toward the camera. I felt myself going numb at the sight of it. The fight scenes reminded me of the Black Knight from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Very few scenes were shot well.

I have seen some truly terrible vampire movies, but when the director embraces the "camp" in movies like Fright Night, it works. There was some talent, the story could have been workable, and there were plenty of beautiful women. Bloodrayne could have worked with a different director.

I would have expected so much more from actors like Ben Kingsly. Obviously, even good actors can be sucked into a disaster like Bloodrayne.
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It's unforntunate that I wasted so much energy anticipating this turkey. If you happen to be a fan of B movies, then you'll probably actually enjoy it. Thin plot, lame dialogue, and special effects they must have stolen from Monty Python (cue the spraying blood and flying body parts!). If; however, you're a fan of good fantasy films don't waste your time or money!
I've recently found out that they're making a sequel! Who are they kidding!!! The first one barely paid for itself!
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This is the first time I'm reviewing anything on the web, but I felt I needed to comment about this movie. Obviously the movie as Homer Simpson would say is the suckiest suck that ever sucked. Pretty much everything that Uwe Boll aka "Toilet Boll" directs has sucked to high hell. To be able to watch a movie from this director would be to be drunk or stoned or both. Even then it might not be enough. The good news is to use his movies as a torture device for terrorists. Somebody suggested that the only thing Boll should direct is a porn flick. I beg to differ. I'm sure he'll find some way of ruining that as well. He'd probably concentrate on the man's member instead of the woman. No, the only thing Boll should direct should be the end of his career. What's incredibly entertaining about this movie is the reviews from this site and from the critics on rottentomatoes. While reading them, I bursted out laughing on several occasions for minutes. The comment from a previous critic about how the prostitutes in the movie were real Romanian prostitutes is a riot. I won't even delve into the plot since it is inconsequential so for all those who haven't watched the movie yet, do yourself a favor and just read the reviews. It is so much more entertaining and will definitely make you laugh out loud.
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