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Mit "BloodRayne" erwartet uns eine weitere Videospiel-Verfilmung von Uwe Boll (u.a. "House of the Dead", "Alone in the Dark", "Dungeon Siege") ...

Es spielen u.a. mit...
Kristanna Loken (u.a. "Terminator 3") als Rayne, Ben Kingsley (u.a. "Gandhi") als Vampir-Bösewicht Kagan, Michelle Rodriguez (u.a. "Resident Evil") als Vampirjägerin Katarin und Michael Madsen (u.a. "Kill Bill") als Vladimir...

Die Dreharbeiten begannen am 16. August 2004 in Rumänien... Der Film zur Spiele-Serie - mit einem Budget von 15 Millionen US-Dollar - startete am 6. Januar 2006 in den US-Kinos...

Das Sequel "BloodRayne II: Deliverance" spielt im Wilden Westen und erschien hierzulande am 30. November 2007 auf DVD: Natassia Malthe (u.a. "DOA: Dead or Alive", "Elektra") verkörpert Rayne, ebenfalls dabei Zack Ward (u.a. "Transformers", "Resident Evil 2: Apocalypse") als Billy The Kid und Chris Coppola (u.a. "Spawn", "Spider-Man") als Newton Pyles...

"BloodRayne: The Third Reich" spielt 1943 und erschien am 24. Juni 2011 auf BD/DVD...


"BloodRayne"-Trilogie auf Blu-ray Disc !!!
Am 24. Februar 2012 erscheint die "BloodRayne" Trilogie auf Blu-ray Disc !!!

VIDEOSPIELE - Hardware, Spiele & Zubehör "BloodRayne 2" Videospiel !!!
Am 7. Februar 2006 erschien "BloodRayne 2" für PS2 und Xbox...
BloodRayne begibt sich auf die Suche nach ihrem Vater Kagan. In den letzten 6 Dekaden, hat Kadan eine riesige Armee von Vampiren zusammengestellt und BloodRaynes Geschwister zu ihren Anführern gemacht. Nun hat Kagan die Macht ewige Dunkelheit heraufzubeschwören, damit die Vampire sich völlig frei ohne Angst vor Tageslicht bewegen können. BloodRayne muss ihren Vater und seine Armee zerstören, bevor die Menschheit für immer verloren ist...

[09.11.2010] Ein "BloodRayne: The Third Reich" Trailer ist online...

[10.08.2007] Zwischenzeitlich gibt es auch einen neuen "BloodRayne II: Deliverance" Teaser-Trailer...

[12.01.2007] Bei gibt es ein Video vom "BloodRayne II: Deliverance"-Set, bei dem u.a. Natassia Malthe und Zack Ward zu Wort kommen...

[07.11.2006] CS! meldet...
Brightlight Pictures announced today that Natassia Malthe (DOA: Dead or Alive, Elektra) will star in Uwe Boll's BloodRayne 2. Released on DVD earlier this year through Visual Entertainment, BloodRayne marked the first time a theatrical release was packaged with the complete original PC game which inspired it.
In the BloodRayne 2 movie, as in the game, only Rayne, born of the unnatural union of vampire and human, stands between an unsuspecting humanity and a horrifying vampire dawn. The screenplay is written by Christopher Donaldson and Neil Every.
In addition to the "BloodRayne" franchise, Brightlight Pictures and Uwe Boll have partnered on a number of features, directed by Boll, including House of the Dead, Alone in the Dark and the upcoming Postal, Seed and In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale, starring Jason Statham, John Rhys-Davies, Ray Liotta, Leelee Sobieski and Burt Reynolds.
"'BloodRayne 2' marries the vampire, action and Wild West genres, and we are very excited that this movie is going to innovate a fantastic new look," says Brightlight Pictures' Shawn Williamson.
"I’m excited to do a sequel to 'BloodRayne' and this time in the Wild West. I'm a big fan of Sergio Leone and John Ford," says Uwe Boll.

[29.01.2006] Bei TcH gibt es ein Quicktime-Videointerview mit Boll (ca. 70 MB)...

[09.01.2006] Bei, HBS und Filmfodder gibt es Kritiken...

[06.01.2006] Bei B-D gibt es ein Interview mit Uwe Boll...
[...] On Bloodrayne, for me the most important thing was not to do it like Underworld. Where in underworld, Kate Beckinsale...she would never ****, or suck blood out of people, even if she is a vampire, which is a little absurd. Kristanna Loken is sexy, she is dirty, and she kills people, and it is different. A major company would never make is too disturbing. And the budget is 19 million. [...]

[04.01.2006] Bei DH gibt es ein Interview mit Boll, u.a. über "BloodRayne 2"...
[...] BloodRayne 2 in the Wild West is what I really want to do. [...]

[03.01.2006] Bei B-D gibt es eine Kritik...
[...] In the end the movie felt way too long (even at 96 minutes) and had me bored to tears (just watch the trailer and times it by 10). In addition, the screenplay was loaded with useless dialogue and characters (Bill Zane). BloodRayne was your typical Boll style filled with tired action sequences and lack of motivation (or preparation?). If you want to shell out $10 to see a $25 million dollar student film, this is the time to do it. As much as I think Uwe's films are terrible, I can't wait to see what he does with $60 million dollars!!

[14.11.2005] Bei Yahoo! Movies gibt es ein paar "BloodRayne" Clips...

[09.11.2005] Bei gibt es Infos zu den geschnittenen Szenen, die ihren Weg auf die Uncut-DVD finden sollen...

[26.10.2005] Bei AICN gibt es eine Filmkritik von Quint...
[...] I actually thought in the first 3 or 4 minutes that Boll was going to make me eat crow because the film starts with some solid CG work and a not terrible credits sequence, however it only had me worried I had pegged Boll wrong until someone opened their mouth and uttered a line of dialogue.
The acting in this film is bad, all across the board. There's not one actor that turns in a good performance, but there are one or two that coast on just being cool themselves.[...]

[25.10.2005] Bei AICN gibt es eine Filmkritik von Harry Knowles...
[...] Unfortunately - BLOODRAYNE is a waste of time and talent and money. I found it to be a degree or two better than ALONE IN THE DARK - but that’s like smelling your shit 3 days in a row and saying on the third day, "Ya know, I think this smells a little better than yesterday’s." It’s still shit. [...]

[24.10.2005] Die Offizielle Website bietet einen neuen Trailer... Und bei gibt es einen Artikel aus dem Magazin "Moviestar"...

[18.10.2005] Bei gibt es neue Teaser-Poster...

[20.09.2005] Bei DH gibt es ein paar neue Szenenbilder...

[30.07.2005] Die Offizielle Website bietet einen neuen Trailer...

[23.05.2005] Bei Dread Central gibt es zwei russische Filmposter...

[04.05.2005] Bei gibt es eine ansehnliche Galerie...

[18.04.2005] hat zwischenzeitlich neue Bilder und einen TV-Spot (*.rar-Format) veröffentlicht...

[01.02.2005] Es gibt einen neuen "BloodRayne" Trailer...

[05.01.2005] Die Offizielle Website bietet neue Bilder...

[30.10.2004] Bei gibt es den "BloodRayne" Teaser-Trailer...

[12.10.2004] Bei M&C Movies gibt es ein Interview mit Ben Kingsley...

[19.09.2004] Bei M&C Movies gibt es ein Interview mit Uwe Boll...
[...] I thought it would be good to move the story back and to tell the prequel really. To show how BloodRayne became BloodRayne in the 1700's. A franchise really, so maybe we can move a hundred years into the future for the next one, then later with the game story with the Nazi's and all that stuff, we can do it in part two or part three. [...]

[12.09.2004] Die Offizielle Website bietet neue Bilder, u.a. von den Drehorten, Ben Kingsley und Michael Madsen am Set...

[05.09.2004] Bei IGN FilmForce gibt es ein exklusives Bild von BloodRayne in Action... So... Saug... Saug... ;-)

[01.09.2004] Bei Dread Central gibt es erste Bilder von Kristanna Loken als Rayne und einen Kommentar von ihr...
[...] "She is the daughter of the lead vampire, the lead bad guy Kagan, and her journey in the film is just becoming what she is," Loken explains to Dread Central. "She knows she is a little bit weird, a little bit off, but she doesn't quite know why. So this is basically her transformation in finding out the truth and coming to terms with it and dealing with all the repercussions." [...]
"Right now I am learning how to work with my swords that are very different to any other kinds of weapons I've worked with before. I'm doing that sort of training and I'm trying to stay really fit and learning how to talk with the teeth, the fangs and just really kind [putting] myself into that dark atmosphere - and what better place is there to do it than in Romania, where the whole folklore originated from."

[16.08.2004] Michael Roesch, Associate Producer, schrieb uns...
Boll KG and Brightlight Pictures will commence principal photography for "BloodRayne", directed by Uwe Boll ("House of the Dead", "Alone in the Dark"), on August, 16th 2004 in Romania.
The video game heroine "BloodRayne" is brought to life on the big screen by talented and beautiful actress Kristanna Loken. Moviegoers worldwide remember her for her sensational perfomance in "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" as the sexy but deadly T-X opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger.
This time Loken doesn't have to face an opponent made of steel and chrome but of flesh and blood. Her vampire opponent Kagan is no one else than Academy Award Winner Sir Ben Kingsley. Kingsley won an Oscar as Best Actor in 1982 for his gripping performance in Richard Attenborough's masterpiece "Gandhi".
To make this All-Star-Cast for "BloodRayne" complete, Boll KG and Brightlight Pictures engaged Michelle Rodriguez (Co-Star from "The Fast and the Furious", "Resident Evil" and "S.W.A.T.") as a vampire hunter of the secret Brimstone Society.
Malevolent looking and heavy set character actor Michael Madsen ("Reservoir Dogs", "Species" and "Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2") will play Vladimir.
Matt Davis (Co-Star from "Tigerland", "Blue Crush" and "Legally Blonde") and Will Sanderson ("Alone in the Dark", "Heart of America" and "House of the Dead") complete the cast.

[25.05.2004] Bei Giga Games kann man einen neuen Trailer zum Videospiel "BloodRayne 2" downloaden...

[05.03.2004] Bei HNR gibt es eine Pressemeldung...
American Psycho (2002) co-writer Guinevere Turner’s most recent work in progress is the horror/action screenplay "BloodRayne" scheduled to shoot in the Greater Vancouver area and Eastern Europe in late summer of 2004. [...]
Guinevere Turner, who is represented by Glenn Rigberg, of Rigberg-Rugolo Entertainment in Los Angeles, CA, is most recognized for co-writing the screenplay for the 2002 thriller "American Psycho" (Christian Bale, Reese Witherspoon). She also co-wrote, produced, and starred in the art house hit "Go Fish" (1994). Turner has also appeared in well-known independent films such as "Pipe Dream" (2002), "Dogma" (1999), "Treasure Island" (1999), and "Chasing Amy" (1997).
Turner adds "I'm thrilled at the opportunity to bring this character to the big screen - she's hot, she's pissed off, she has special powers - what's not to love?" [...]

[17.02.2004] Tymac schreibt ins IMDb Message Board...
[...] Due to some recent things that I read in the March 2004 issue of the Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine, I think history may sadly repeat itself when the dearly detested Uwe Boll releases the movie version of BloodRayne. On page 47 of this magazine, they uncovered new details on what the movie will be like. The movie starts shooting in April, and Boll has already stated that he's not going to base the film on the first video game. He wants to focus on Rayne's origins and have the film take place in the 18th or 19th century instead of having her fight Nazis like she did in the game. "I'd like to have her face off against her father, the vampire that violated her mother," he was quoted as saying in the article. "We're going to go for a creepy feel like in Sleepy Hollow." The thought of seeing Rayne's origins sounds cool, but not in the way he apparently wants to do it. Besides, Rayne will be crossing paths with her father Kagan in the October 2004 video game release of BloodRayne 2. It seems here that once again Boll wants to avoid using a successful formula (one that had made a previously damned good video game), change it to whatever way he feels like, and to hell with everyone else. That's what obviously killed the House of the Dead film, and this is probably what'll kill the BloodRayne movie. The bad news doesn't stop there I'm afraid. Boll is planning two more House of the Dead movies and two sequels to BloodRayne. Who knows how badly he'll screw up these two good game franchises by then? [...]

[25.01.2004] Bei F & M gibt es ein Interview mit Uwe Boll...

[04.09.2003] CS! meldet...
Continuing its strategy of developing cornerstone franchise properties with widespread commercial appeal, Majesco, one of the fastest-growing publishers of interactive entertainment software, today announced a deal that will take their popular action/horror video game, BloodRayne to the silver screen. Vierte Boll Kino Beteiligungs-GmbH & Co. KG (Boll KG), the production company responsible for several film adaptations of video games including Alone in the Dark and House of the Dead, has purchased the theatrical film and merchandise rights for the game.
Executive producer and director Dr. Uwe Boll, expects to begin filming BloodRayne sometime in 2004 and estimates a budget in the $30 million range. Shawn Williamson (White Noise, Alone in the Dark) of Brightlight Pictures is set to produce.
"BloodRayne is one of the select interactive entertainment franchises that transcends the video game genre and appeals to mainstream entertainment audiences," said Jesse Sutton, President of Majesco. "With its unique blend of action, horror, and sex appeal, BloodRayne contains major crossover potential and we are continuing to explore additional licensing opportunities."
"We think BloodRayne is a dynamic, compelling anti-hero and a contemporary, smart standard bearer for the genre" says Boll from the set of Alone in the Dark, currently wrapping production with Brightlight Pictures in Vancouver with Christian Slater, Tara Reid and Stephen Dorff. "We look forward to bringing her--and the game--to life on film."
Williamson adds, "I'm looking forward to continuing my collaboration with Uwe, and to continuing to build Brighlight's reputation in producing terrific entertainment with these films."
Originally released for console on October 2002, with a PC release scheduled for September 9 of this year, BloodRayne features the sexy, supernatural, huntress BloodRayne, an unholy breed of human and vampire. An explosive force with gymnastic dexterity and an intense lust for blood and action, BloodRayne was raised and trained by a secret agency to hunt down and eliminate supernatural threats around the globe.
You can visit for movies and screen shots from the game, additional background on the interactive world's most deliciously wicked hunter of evil and unique downloads and other special features.

DVD & Video

Special Edition

Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 18 Jahren
DVD Erscheinungstermin: 27. Oktober 2006
Blu-ray Erscheinungstermin: 25. Juli 2008

DVDBloodRayne - Die Trilogie
Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 18 Jahren
Erscheinungstermin: 24. Februar 2012


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Joe Grant Bell, Joseph Bell
Prima's Official Strategy Guide

Englischsprachiges Taschenbuch
96 Seiten (1. November 2002)

Bart G. Farkas
BloodRayne 2
Official Strategy Guide

Englischsprachiges Taschenbuch
128 Seiten (30. September 2004)


Henning Lohner (u.a. "The Ring 2", "In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale") sorgt für die musikalische Untermalung...


BloodRayne: The Third Reich
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BloodRayne 2: Deliverance
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