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BloodRayne 2: Deliverance (Unrated Director's Cut)

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Rayne, the half-human/half-vampire warrior, ventures to America's 1880's Wild West to stop the vampired Billy the Kid and his posse of vampire cowboys.

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1.0 out of 5 stars Uwe Boll at his mediocre best... Feb. 6 2014
By Simon Bergeron TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I love (some) of Uwe Boll's movies. Why?

Because he's the living proof that you can have no skill whatsoever and still make it, otherwise why would anyone let him "direct" any movie would be beyond our wildest guess.

Here, we have an inept attempt at western, an inept attempt at "gasp" filmmaking, and inept attempts at acting... Honestly, the trailer made more sense that what was shown (as with most of Boll's filmography).

It is hard to recommend this to anyone, but if you enjoy low budget and low talent westerns with a vampire thrown in where nothing happens, then this could be your go-to title.
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1.0 out of 5 stars When you see the devil, tell him Uwe Boll sent ya Jan. 11 2009
By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAME TOP 10 REVIEWER
Format:DVD
What could possibly be worse than the most horrendously lifeless, plotless, horrendously acted, laughably choreographed movie in many a year, directed by the most reviled director?

Why, a sequel, of course.

And while "Bloodrayne 2: Deliverance" doesn't succeed in actually being worse than its predecessor, it does succeed in being almost as bad. Slipshod production, ghastly acting and a truly laughable central plot (oh come on, a vampire Billy the Kid versus the Ms. Romanian Bustier?) all weight down the flimsiest of campy vampire flicks. It makes for a good drinking game, though.

The railroad is coming to the Not-So-Wild West town of Deliverance... and so are some nasty vampiric desperados, led by Billy the Kid. Entre Rayne (Natassia Malthe), a dhampir with lots of leather and some faux-medieval weaponry -- and after she finds some corpses in the snow (which seems to appear and reappear at random), she head to Deliverance.

Billy the Kid is ruling the place now, and she's a-fixin' to clean up that town (sorry, I had to say it). Turns out that Billy is not satisfied with Deliverance -- he plans to build an army, and he has spectacular powers that surprise even Rayne. Cue lots of gunshots, faux-Western banter and the occasional Brimstone guy in jail.

When the director thinks that people are so stupid that the first line must inform where the movie is set ("Wow! The Wild West!"), you know things can only go downhill. This stinker of a plot might have barely worked in the hands of a cinematic genius, but in the hands of Boll, it's a disaster. Even worse, Boll appears to taking the plot seriously, rather than playing it for camp value.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not even close to the first one ... Jan. 30 2008
By TRIPOD
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
The premice of Vampire(s) and Wild West mixed together didn't really appeal to us in the first place ! Add to that an invincible "vampirised" Billy the Kid who's "biting" the town kidnapped children just for the fun of it and some non-credible pseudos-zombies vilains and you'll have all the ingredients for a bad sequel !

Don't get us wrong, we absolutely loved the first BloodRayne, the story lines and the sets were credible and the action was flowing freely ! This one is real heavy (in the worst sense !) and it's even painful to watch by moments !

Our suggestion to you, don't buy, don't even rent, you can easily pass this one and you won't trully miss anything !
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1.0 out of 5 stars Second verse worse than the first Oct. 3 2008
Format:DVD
To properly rate this against the first Bloodrayne movie would require negative stars. Only Uwe Boll could be handed a franchise that included a hot, sexy vampire with guns and ruin it to this level.

Scratch that. The comic books were pretty terrible as well.

But I digress. The point is, Bloodrayne II: Deliverance is a sad chapter in the death of a once-great video game character.
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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAME TOP 10 REVIEWER
Format:DVD
What could possibly be worse than the most horrendously lifeless, plotless, horrendously acted, laughably choreographed movie in many a year, directed by the most reviled director?

Why, a sequel, of course.

And while "Bloodrayne 2: Deliverance" doesn't succeed in actually being worse than its predecessor, it does succeed in being almost as bad. Slipshod production, ghastly acting and a truly laughable central plot (oh come on, a vampire Billy the Kid versus the Ms. Romanian Bustier?) all weight down the flimsiest of campy vampire flicks. It makes for a good drinking game, though.

The railroad is coming to the Not-So-Wild West town of Deliverance... and so are some nasty vampiric desperados, led by Billy the Kid. Entre Rayne (Natassia Malthe), a dhampir with lots of leather and some faux-medieval weaponry -- and after she finds some corpses in the snow (which seems to appear and reappear at random), she head to Deliverance.

Billy the Kid is ruling the place now, and she's a-fixin' to clean up that town (sorry, I had to say it). Turns out that Billy is not satisfied with Deliverance -- he plans to build an army, and he has spectacular powers that surprise even Rayne. Cue lots of gunshots, faux-Western banter and the occasional Brimstone guy in jail.

When the director thinks that people are so stupid that the first line must inform where the movie is set ("Wow! The Wild West!"), you know things can only go downhill. This stinker of a plot might have barely worked in the hands of a cinematic genius, but in the hands of Boll, it's a disaster. Even worse, Boll appears to taking the plot seriously, rather than playing it for camp value.
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