Surprisingly, blood suckers aren't as common in video games as you might expect. They might appear as a generic type of enemy, and of course there are a few of them in the Castlevania series. We collected some of these vampires, paying attention to leave out those who like to carry people on their backs.
Believe it or not, you can actually buy this terrifying "replica" of the arm blade from BloodRayne. I say "replica" because it doesn't look much like the one from the series, not because it doesn't look like it could cut my face off.
Maybe it's bad timing or just bad luck. But there's a growing list of cancelled 3DS games. That's not good.
Natassia Malthe starred in BloodRayne II: Deliverance, BloodRayne 3: the Third Reich, and In the Name of the King 2. That's three films from infamous filmmaker Uwe Boll! Does Malthe have any regrets? Yes, but not about working with Boll.
Vampire Hitler attacks Rayne, the sexy young half-vampire heroine, in a crazy-pants dream sequence from Bloodrayne: The Third Reich. Yes, Uwe Boll's World War II epic is out on DVD, and it's chock full of crazy.
The developers at Way Forward, veterans of recent 3D remakes and sequels to games like Contra and A Boy and His Blob are turning BloodRayne, a 3D action game series about a sexy lady vampire that launched nine years ago, into a 2D action brawler.
When BloodRayne: Betrayal was announced so close to April 1, we met the reveal with a healthy dose of scepticism. A 3D brawler turned into a 2D platformer? Seemed a little weird, since it normally works the other way around.
At 2010's E3 gaming expo in Los Angeles, BloodRayne was revealed for the 3DS. When asked on Facebook about the status of BloodRayne: The Shroud, the game's maker replied that the title is "currently on hold", but added, "We'll be sure to share any news when it's available." [via GoNintendo]
He's one of the most hated men in movies. Critics pan his flicks. Audiences aren't having it. Gamers loathe him. Heck, a chewing gum maker even wanted him to retire. But is it possible that we've all been wrong?
It's World War II, but with fangs, a large woman and controversial director Uwe Boll.
Uwe Boll, the German filmmaker best known for his film versions of video games, is helming two movies about World War II. Both films were shot back-to-back. One is based on a video game and features zombie Nazis. The other?
David Hayter is a rarity. He has made a name for himself in voice games as a voice actor and in movies as a Hollywood screenwriter.
Uwe Boll is alleged to be committing second-degree filmmaking again, this time as a sequel to his last Bloodrayne film, with or without a sequel to the actual video game.
Earlier this week, Disney and OnePR treated games journalists to the first ever screening of the Prince of Persia film trailer.
This weekend, burlesque troupe Devil's Playground did its best video game cosplaying, then did what normally happens at such events: they got mostly naked. But the undressing was handled with respect for the games referenced.
German filmmaker Fabian Hübner picks the brain of Uwe Boll for over 50 minutes in Visiting Uwe. If you've ever wanted to learn more about the man behind the movies, well, now's your chance.
How could Uwe Boll's Bloodrayne go wrong? They had a hot video game property, a gorgeous leading lady in Kristanna Loken, Phantom star Billy Zane...oh there we go. You should never listen to Billy Zane. According to a suit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, Boll is suing the Phantom star for $700,000 in lost…