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Bloodrayne II: Deliverance

Score: 60%
Rating: R
Publisher: Vivendi Universal
Region: 1
Media: DVD/2
Running Time: 95 Mins.
Genre: Horror/Action/Western
Audio: English 5.1
Subtitles: English, Spanish


  • Digital Comic Book
  • Extended Scenes
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Director's Commentary
  • Interviews with Director and Cast
  • BloodRayne PC Videogame

The first question I must ask is why or why do people keep giving Uwe Boll money to make movies? I just don't understand it, but there you have it. Boll is back and so is BloodRayne in BloodRayne II: Deliverance. Taking place some time after the first movie, Rayne is back, this time being played by Natassia Malthe (Elektra) instead of Kristanna Loken (Terminator 3). Rayne finds herself defending the dusty town of Deliverance, Montana, which has recently been overrun with a group of vampires being led by none other than Billy the Kid, played by Zach Ward (Resident Evil 2). Why Billy the Kid has a Transylvanian accent is beyond me, but it seems the vampiric group is rampaging through the town, killing the adults and kidnapping the children, whose innocent lifeblood will sustain Billy. The reason they choose the town of Deliverance is that a railroad is being built through the town in the next week and this will bring scads of new people to town. With new people come new victims for Kid's gang. Caught up in the crossfire is Newton Pyles (Chris Coppola), reporter for the Chicago Chronicle, in town to report on the railroad. Billy decides to keep him alive to tell his tale.

Rayne teams up with Brimstone member Pat Garret (Michael Pare, from the original BloodRayne, although in a different role), Franson (Michael Teigan) and The Preacher (Michael Eklund), who is quite a disgusting piece of work. Together, the team shoots and slaughters their way through Kid's gang to free the townsfolk.

Now, there are the occasional random funny moments in the film, but redeeming moments are few and far between. Put quite simply, this movie is bad. The acting is silly and shallow, the fight scenes are so-so, and Rayne's blades don't even look right. Oh, and in the final showdown, it is raining, then it isn't raining, then it is raining - back to back in scenes. Bad editing, bad, bad editing. I hate seeing another videogame license made into a crappy movie and worse yet, a sequel. Perhaps under the hands of a more skilled director, this movie could have had some hope, then again maybe not. There are some extended and deleted scenes, which are not that impressive, plus a commentary and interviews. The PC videogame on DVD is included, as well as digital comic book that is pretty cool. But basically, if you are a huge BloodRayne fan already, you already have the game and this movie will only serve to taint your image of the heroine.

The first BloodRayne movie was pretty bad, but it did have its shining moments, namely in Billy Zane. BloodRayne II: Deliverance is better left shelved.

-Psibabe, GameVortex Communications
AKA Ashley Perkins

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