This is only the second Uwe Boll movie I've seen all the way through. The Preacher had my laughing too. I find that statement flawed. You just slash and shoot and kill and if your health is down you suck some poor Nazi blood and get the health back. He spares the life of Chicago Chronicle reporter Newton Pyles. I bet it will get banned for sure! We never get it explained why Rayne is now in America, centuries in the future.
Now, Rayne must face off against Billy the Kid, a vampire cowboy, who has killed or captured many of her friends and taken a town hostage. The first BloodRayne movie had Kristanna Loken in it and it made sense a little. It's a hundred years later, and the dhampir Rayne has arrived in the town of Deliverance, Montana where a group of vampire cowboys have emerged. I look forward to Uwe Boll's Postal movie, looks like a very crazy movie! Expect more bullets than bites, more gunfights than stakes through the heart and more leather than skin on Rayne. The sound design is so-so. I may be wrong, but like a vulture circling around a carcass, is Uwe Boll homing in on a style? Led by Billy the Kid, hell-bent on creating his own kingdom, he slaughters townspeople and rounds up children.
Really good for anger management. She is defeated by the vampires and rescued by Pat Garrett that saves her life. I didn't knew someone could spoil a movie like that. While the second sees some improvement, it pretends to be something it's not:a Bloodrayne movie. And I didn't even use curse words. From the shaky camera-work mount the camera on a stick if you don't have a tripod , to the unconvincing wardrobe that doesn't show any frontier wear and tear and finally, a vampire Billy the Kid with a bad Euro-trash accent.
He gets right what he did wrong with the first, but fails in other departments. This is definitely worthy of the title of modern Ed Wood picture. It's got cheesy acting, poor scenery, amateur camera work. The action is slow paced, badly executed and boring. A Dhampir is the product of a relation between a human and a vampire, but generally these reunions do not have a happy ending. I guess she's supposed to be one of Maxim's hottest girls or something, but the original Rayne was far sexier and had a better outfit.
I know the title Is BloodRayne 2 or BloodRaybe deliverance, but seriously, does this movie have anything to do with BloodRayne 1??? The first one revolved around her, and though the plot was terrible, you could still see some potential underneath. The production design is pretty much what you would expect from someone calling their self 'Tink'. Play it if you find it. Rayne is looking sexy, though, if Boll would have included a sex scene like in the first movie I might have thought about giving it 2 stars. Uwe Boll made an absolutely fantastic western in the tradition of Sergio Leone. You hardly ever see any vampire fangs.
It's almost certain to be the last. When the Dhampir Rhayne Natassia Malthe arrives in the homestead of her friends to pay a visit, she finds them dead and their children missing. This is not a good movie. That in mind I step forth into his newest release, 'Bloodrayne 2'. The town of Deliverance in Montana has been invaded by a 357 year old Transylvanian vampire known as Billy the Kid, and he is attempting to mass a cowboy vampire army to rule over the wild wild west. Upon reaching town, Rayne finds out about Billy the Kid and what he is doing, and she takes an interest in a reporter from the Chicago Chronicle, Newton Piles.
He put his heart and soul into the character and the accent every aspect. If anything Natassia Malthe is even sexier and more effective playing the role of Rayne that Kristina. Hell, if she was mankind's last hope against a gang of kindergarden babies she might get overpowered. She passively wanders around the town of Deliverance in a long leather trench-coat and black cowboy hat goes nice with her red hair, too , saying not a whole lot but beating everybody at card games and kicking the ass of anybody who insults her woman-ness. Not to bad of an effect I thought but with dialogue this bad I'd be tempted to phone in my performance too. Bloodrayne 2 is very different from the first movie. A lot of people this this is a horrible movie.
The action segments were a little toned down, also, with more cutaways probably to avoid spending extra money on the impact wound effects et cetera and much less use of the blades and fangs and a little more gun emphasis. So we still likely have a centuries-old vampire on the loose. Some other comment of mine was deleted because some user got offended by what I had to say about this movie. The stylish cinematography is very beautiful but the pace is totally inadequate to an action movie, with excessive use of slow motion, long and dull dialogs and annoying music score. Surely a franchise cant sink any lower than this effort.
One last thing: after i'm through with this review i solemnly swear not to write another one regarding any Uwe Boll flick :D The major discontinuity in this flick - and this one's the first one to take the cake- is another actress taking the place of the initial one who played Rayne maybe Kristanna thought she made a bad move by starring in a Uwe Boll film? And the acting from most, if not all the minor characters, left allot to be desired. 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. Bottom line: avoid at all costs. Being a Marathi-Malayali, Priya finds it hard to adjust with the shift from Mumbai to Kerala. At first, I didn't realize that Uwe Boll had any involvement with this production. You could say he's learning as he goes. At least B3 should be far better than this one as it would be hard to make the third worse The only reason it has not received 1 star is that the actors tried really, really hard on a bad script.
There are no flash backs from the first movie either, nothing is even mentioned about Rayne's fight with her father and how she's a vampire queen and all that. Has the power and agility of the Vampire and doomed to drink the blood of the living and afraid of sunlight, the Rhine would side with the forces of good in the game BloodRayne 2. Take out vampires entirely and this has to be one of the best Western's made in the last 40 years. I decided to watch the second half more in hope than anything else, but by the end was left bitterly disappointed. The sequel is an unmitigated disaster.