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  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Phase 4 Films
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004WOAGG8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #108,786 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Bloodrayne: The Third Reich (DVD)

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Aug. 25 2011
Format: DVD
This is a movie about vampire Nazis killed by a katana-swinging medieval chick. There is NO excuse for it to be this bad.

But yes, "Bloodrayne: The Third Reich" really IS that bad, combining everything that was wretched about the last two movies and adding plenty of new idiocies of its own. Unerotic sex, slapdash action scenes, a plot crammed with filler and starring Natassia Malthe's breasts, this is an exercise in bored ineptitude... or, in other words, an Uwe Boll movie.

During World War II, Rayne (Malthe) has taken to slaughtering Nazis at the camps, when she isn't hanging around a bordello getting naked massages. However, some of her blood was splattered on Commandant Brand (Michael Pare), right after she stabbed him, and he soon rises as a vampire. So the sadistic Dr Mangler (Clint Howard), a cut-rate Mengele clone, decides to take his vampire research further.

Rayne is horrified (or mildly confused, if you go by Malthe's expression) by this discovery, and she soon realizes that Mangler is planning to inject vampire blood into Hitler to make him immortal and nigh-unkillable. So she teams up with the local Resistance (populated by a bunch of undeveloped people whose names I can't remember), and tries to eliminate the vampires before Hitler grows a pair of fangs.

"BloodRayne: The Third Reich" is just as silly as the first movie, and as devastatingly dull as the second. And since this is Uwe Boll, there's lots of explicit gore, silly fight scenes, stupid plot holes (those Nazis don't hear a guy being killed TEN FEET BEHIND THEM?!) and unintentionally hilarious dialogue ("I am the prodigal son of the Third Reich! I am power incarnate... OOF!").

But don't worry, NONE of that is half as campily entertaining as it sounds.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jackrabit on Jan. 2 2012
Format: DVD
This was a pain to watch...i was not even able to finish the movie. Thats not just even a cheesy movie but as well disturbing, boring action scene, predictable. It has to be bad for me not to finish a movie. Its a low budget movie and they spent more money on the nice cover then on the movie itself.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert Badgley TOP 500 REVIEWER on Sept. 14 2012
Format: DVD
Well the only power evident here is the power of the stench that this terribly BAD film gives off!
"BloodRayne-The Third Reich"(released Nov/10)....what can one say about this stinker? I have not sat through a watching experience like this since Woods'"Glenn or Glenda";and some may even consider that a few notches above this one.Natasha Malthe stars as the lead Rayne,dressed to the hilt in black leather,push up bra and with a voice not dissimilar to Mila Jovovich(intentional?).Her co stars are Ron Howard's younger brother Clint as a German Scientist(definitely the acting vet of this entire company)and with Brendan Fletcher as Nathaniel,the partisan leader.I last saw Brendan in Freddy vs Jason some years ago;a movie 3 stars better than this.
The plot,such as it is,finds us in Western Russia,I would guesstimate either in /42 or /43.Rayne is a vampire but working on the side of good,ie.she's very anti-Nazi.During a fire fight with some German soldiers at a train station she impales their leader,then bites him.Well that one incident is the catalyst for the rest of the film.The Nazi leader of course comes back to life,thanks to Rayne(you would have thought she would have known better),and working in tandem with a German scientist,he starts to turn his subordinates into vampires also;an army of the undead he wants to take back to Berlin and show off to Der Fuehrer.
Well Rayne,with the help of the local partisans will have nothing of this.However the Germans learn of the partisans hideouts and later in a firefight in a warehouse the partisans and Rayne get captured.Rayne and Nathaniel are sitting in a lorry being driven to the train station for deportation to Berlin,when the rest of the partisans jump the convoy and free them.
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Format: Blu-ray
Why do we still have Uwe Boll around? The fact that he can't make any sense out of ANY script is beyond me.

Here's all that COULD have been: epic, funny, grindhouse-style, Tarantino/Rodriguez hyper-gory, tongue-in-cheek... Instead, we got: boring action, badly shot girl on girl action, empty sets, next to no sense, next to no plot. Honestly, the people working for this guy must have no other reason than a paycheck to look forward... and even that may not even be enough. Anyone came to me with this project, I would immediately have thrown the script to the recycling bin and either re-wrote one myself form scratch, or given the project's money to a new filmmaker with a vision.

As it stands, money talks more than talent and I guess Uwe Boll DVDs must sell or Netflix pretty good if he's still around. Even Ed Wood couldn't go passed his 5th movie before no one would give him anymore work. At least Wood's movies are ridiculously fun to watch... here, it's just too serious and pretentious, it's trying to be something it could NEVER measure up to.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on May 29 2011
Format: DVD
This is a movie about vampire Nazis killed by a katana-swinging medieval chick. There is NO excuse for it to be this bad.

But yes, "Bloodrayne: The Third Reich" really IS that bad, combining everything that was wretched about the last two movies and adding plenty of new idiocies of its own. Unerotic sex, slapdash action scenes, a plot crammed with filler and starring Natassia Malthe's breasts, this is an exercise in bored ineptitude... or, in other words, an Uwe Boll movie.

During World War II, Rayne (Malthe) has taken to slaughtering Nazis at the camps, when she isn't hanging around a bordello getting naked massages. However, some of her blood was splattered on Commandant Brand (Michael Pare), right after she stabbed him, and he soon rises as a vampire. So the sadistic Dr Mangler (Clint Howard), a cut-rate Mengele clone, decides to take his vampire research further.

Rayne is horrified (or mildly confused, if you go by Malthe's expression) by this discovery, and she soon realizes that Mangler is planning to inject vampire blood into Hitler to make him immortal and nigh-unkillable. So she teams up with the local Resistance (populated by a bunch of undeveloped people whose names I can't remember), and tries to eliminate the vampires before Hitler grows a pair of fangs.

"BloodRayne: The Third Reich" is just as silly as the first movie, and as devastatingly dull as the second. And since this is Uwe Boll, there's lots of explicit gore, silly fight scenes, stupid plot holes (those Nazis don't hear a guy being killed TEN FEET BEHIND THEM?!) and unintentionally hilarious dialogue ("I am the prodigal son of the Third Reich! I am power incarnate... OOF!").

But don't worry, NONE of that is half as campily entertaining as it sounds.
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