BloodRayne 2: Deliverance (Unrated Director's Cut)
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Rayne is a dhampir, a cross between a vampire and a human, and her father was a Vampire King. In the original video game, Rayne was battling Nazis, and those are supposed to be the villains in the third movie. The sequel video game, which is included with the DVD to up the value packaging of the film, takes place in the present.
As it turns out, Rayne (Natassia Malthe) has come hunting Billy the Kid (Zack Ward) because, as everyone knows, Billy the Kid is a vampire hundreds of years old. She ends up riding with Pat Garrett (Michael Pare), who is a member of the Brimstone Society, the group of vampire hunters that's been around for hundreds of years.
Billy the Kid has ridden into the small town of Deliverance where he hopes to turn the children into vampires in time to take over the area. A train is about to start coming through the town and he'll have access to rapid transportation for his vampire gunslingers. Unfortunately for him, two of the kids he's captured were the children of Rayne's friends.
There's no way to know how or when Rayne got to meet these friends, but she has them. As soon as she knows that Billy the Kid's responsible for the deaths of the parents and the capture of the children, she rides off to mete out justice. She also meets Pat Garrett, who is hot on the trail of Billy the Kid himself.Read more ›
B movies and the like are not made w/the purpose of winning mainstream awards. They exist to give people in the industry a training ground and to give viewers a way to pass the time (when reading, watching a GOOD flick, or enjoying the great outdoors aren't on the menu).
The plot: Dhampir in the Wild West, out to save Deliverance from Billy the Kid (who is a vampire). She fails, escapes, forms a posse, and eventually "saves the day".
For dudes: she looks hot and can read and deliver lines better than Denise Richards.
For ladies: If you like pseudo "karate" fighting, western gun-slinging, and blood, this might work for you.
Much is written about how AWFUL Uwe Boll(sp?) is as a director. That may be. But, frankly, I am not impressed by Eli Roth, who seems to think naked women, diced and sliced every which way, make a good film (see also Saw I - 2 thousand.)
If you expect nothing more than the opportunity to while away the time and move on to the better video game, this should work for you.
Seriously, lighten up.
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Not as good as the other two movie but it did come with the PC game for free.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Disc was in bad shape pauses in play and skips chapters while playingPublished 9 months ago by BigBob
I have the first and third one needed this one to complete collectionPublished 13 months ago by gclark