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Bloodrayne (Unrated) (2006)

Cast: Kristanna Loken, Kristanna Loken, Michelle Rodriguez, more...
Director: Uwe Boll, Uwe Boll
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Uwe Boll Productions
Genre: Horror
Running Time: 99 min.
Languages: English
Subtitles: English, Spanish
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Synopsis
The war against the forces of darkness becomes a family affair in this cinematic prequel to the popular video game Bloodrayne. In 16th century Europe, Lord Kagan (Ben Kingsley) is an evil ruler who holds more power than any man alive, but he still dreams of having more, and when he's told of three magic talismans who, when united, will give him intense supernatural strength and the gift of immortality, he will stop at nothing to attain them. However, three warriors who have learned how to battle the forces of darkness -- Vladimir (Michael Madsen), Katarin (Michelle Rodriguez), and Sebastian (Matt Davis) -- have formed the Brimstone Society, with the goal of stripping Kagan of his power and restoring justice to their land. They can't accomplish this on their own, though, so they enlist the aid of Rayne (Kristanna Loken), a half-human, half-vampire who can approach Kagan's sinister gifts while having a desire to do good. However, Rayne is torn about signing on with the Brimstone Society, and for a good reason -- Kagan is her father. Scripted by actress, screenwriter, and video-game enthusiast Guinevere Turner, BloodRayne also stars Geraldine Chaplin, Udo Kier, Billy Zane, Michael Paré, and Meat Loaf Aday. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

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terrible by mickeyd January 31, 2008 - 9:29 PM PST
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This could have been such a good vampire movie,but the story falls short. Another example of good actors in a bad movie. Michael Madsen seems completly uncomfortable in his role and Ben Kingsley deserves better. And MeatLoaf as some kind of a vampire stud surrounded by naked women...............give me a break. Udo Kier is seen briefly in a cameo role. Does Udo have some kind of clause in his contract that he has to appear in every vampire film made? I've seen him in so many that I lost count. The fight scenes are full of excessive gore for no apparent reason. Limbs are hacked off at random throughout the film. Kristanna Loken's nude sex scene can't even save this film.




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