I had to read every word of the cover to convince me this wasn't some sick practical joke, and sure enough there was the name. Allerdings muss er schnell feststellen, dass es hier nicht wild, sondern absolut langweilig zugeht. But all in all, some less-known, or even unknown actors do what they're paid for:act. That in mind I step forth into his newest release, 'Bloodrayne 2'. His ambitions are good, and he has solid ideas. You could say he's learning as he goes. The actors in this one do a slightly better job than the big names in the first one.
. The first one revolved around her, and though the plot was terrible, you could still see some potential underneath. It has a decent but basic surround mix. Thanks for slowing the action scenes down -- not everything has to be in fast forward. Think of it as High Plains Drifter with vampires.
I expected a vampire movie on the order of Blade and got that, but so much more. You will notice within the first five minutes that he is unable to line up a single shot, as referenced by the shaky camera which cannot stay in focus even in static scenes. He is, however, quick to realize that civilization is taking over, and that he might be forced to leave in order to find some material to scribble about. Not that much blood either which could be a good thing, the first one was terrible at gore-delivery. Hell, if she was mankind's last hope against a gang of kindergarden babies she might get overpowered.
Another movie that has wandering camera syndrome. I mean come on, is this guy Uwe boll for real? My vote -666 not worth mentioning unless warning people who are going to be subjected to viewing this movie. Without much polish, I have to say this is simply a bad film from every angle. Even if I had to pay for this movie, I would have enjoyed it. The script is awful, right down to the very core of it. That's like having a Slayer concert playing at Scala in Milano.
The extended scenes are nothing special, nor add anything interesting to them. Somebody mentioned something negative about Vampire Cowboys. A bad movie isn't always bad when the people involved know they're making something bad and have fun doing it. The lonely cowboy Pat Garrett Michael Paré tells that Billy the Kid is the responsible for the slaughter and offers to team-up with Rayne. He spares the life of Chicago Chronicle reporter Newton Pyles.
She gets beaten up more than she is beating up the bad guys. The cast tries hard, but that's not always enough. Bloodrayne 2: Deliverance 2007 2 of 5 Dir: Uwe Boll Stars: Natassia Malthe, Michael Pare, Brendon Fletcher Billy the Kid and his vampire posse yeah you heard me right invade the sleepy little old west town of Deliverance, Montana. Like all the worst movies ever made, Boll's films are just dreadfully boring. Not commenting on Malthe, since she didn't really have anything at all to work with few of the others did.
Sadly, Boll is no Leone, and it shows from the very beginning. Rayne partners up with Pat Garret and a 'priest' to send Billy's suck squad back to the earth from whence they came. He came to write a story about the wild wild west and the transcontinental railroad, but he found himself in danger as he crossed paths with Billy and his army of vampires. I had a bit of difficulty adjusting to Natassia Malthe as Rayne. Luckily for Rayne, being a Dhampir, she has all of a vampire's strengths and none of their weaknesses, and she vows to stop Billy the Kid in his plan of conquering and ruling the wild wild west. Take out vampires entirely and this has to be one of the best Western's made in the last 40 years. Boll didn't fail to impress me.
A gang of vampire cowboys led by Billy the Kid Zack Ward attacks the inhabitants of Deliverance, kidnapping their children. Review: You can only imagine the grin on my face when I found out I will be reviewing an Uwe Boll movie. Nothing in it, starting with Natassia who looks worse than in any other movie I've seen her and ending with the plot, which is a black hole of scripts. The thing that bothers me the most is how weak Rayne is. I really enjoyed the new characters of the preacher and that other guy not sure what he was supposed to be.
We had to adjust to a new lead actress. Uwe Boll's next picture, Postal, is treated with a trailer on this release. The inability to have a stable frame to shoot in proves extremely detrimental in gunfight scenes — all the dramatic buildup with closeups goes for naught if you get the feeling that the man behind the camera suffers from Alzheimer's. Zack Ward is pick of the bunch, and his vampyric Billy the Kid is easily the best character in the whole film, complete with some silly speeches and over-the-top acting. It was a bloody good movie and fun to watch.