Movie director Uwe Boll is upset, because you didn’t give him any money. You selfish bastards.
Sometimes, you see a movie that opens up a whole universe of possibilities, leaving you wondering where these characters will go next. So much adventure waiting to happen! And then... there are movies that really don't need a sequel, but get one anyway. Here are 10 film sequels that it's really hard to believe…
Well, it finally happened. Uwe Boll, maker of terrible movies in general and terrible video game adaptations in specific, has gone to Kickstarter in search of money for his next flick, which of course is a sequel to 2007's wretched Postal. He's raised $2 so far.
Video game lovers haven’t had reason to think about Uwe Boll for a couple of years. The German-born filmmaker hasn’t put out one of his retina-scarring game adaptations for a while. But he hasn’t stopped making films. Over at CriticWire, Matt Singer argues Boll’s newer movies have gotten better but they’ve gotten more…
Infamous director Uwe Boll, who's remembered around these parts mostly for his terrible video game adaptations, has a new movie out soon, called Zombie Massacre.
German filmmaker and all around special guy Uwe Boll has a bit of a bad rep with gamers. Mostly due to his parade of terrible movies based on video games.
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.
Next month Phase 4 Films releases the latest movie in Uwe Boll's epic Bloodrayne series on Blu-ray and DVD, Bloodrayne: The Third Reich, starring Natassia Malthe and her breasts. Instead of purchasing it, why not just look at Fangoria's exclusive images and make up your own story?
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?
Hot off his work in high-profile action feature The Expendables, Nordic thespian Dolph Lundgren will be working with, that's right, Uwe Boll.
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?
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.
Now's your chance! Round up your copies of movies BloodRayne, House of the Dead and Postal and hand them over to Uwe Boll.
Reader Dean reminds us that Uwe Boll's Tunnel Rats went on sale on Friday on Steam.
The Oscars? Hah! Anyone can win an Oscar. And the show itself, gah, it's so boring. The Razzies, though, a night honouring the worst in Hollywood, well, now we're talking.