Vampire Nazis, A Fat Lady, Uwe Boll, Oh My!

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It's World War II, but with fangs, a large woman and controversial director Uwe Boll.

Following up on 2007's BloodRayne II: Deliverance, BloodRayne: The Third Reich, which was originally titled BloodRayne: Warhammer, pits Rayne (Natassia Malthe) against Nazis out to make Hitler immortal.


The trailer below might be NSFW.

The first BloodRayne film was released in 2005 and starred Kristanna Loken as Rayne, as well as Oscar-winner Ben Kingsley and Michael Madsen of Reservoir Dogs fame.

This isn't the only World War II film Boll is working on. He recently finished Auschwitz. According to Boll, "I made the movie because there is not one movie made what shows the Holocaust really was — a killing factory."

Besides BloodRayne and Auschwitz, Boll has yet another flick with Nazis, making a trilogy of sorts. It's called "Bluberella", a word play on blubber and Barbarella.

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"Controversial" director? I think you're well within in your rights to call Uwe Boll a "crappy", "abominable", "godawful", or just downright "bad" director. No need to be coy, Bashcraft. If you're gonna throw an adjective at Boll, might as well make it one that sticks real good.