According to Variety, Udo Kier, Michael Pare and Geraldine Chaplin have joined Ben Kingsley, Kristanna Loken, Michelle Rodriguez, Matt Davis and Michael Madsen in Uwe Boll’s next video game adaptation BloodRayne. An adaptation of Majesco’s hit videogame about a fearless vampire killer who happens to be half-vampire herself. In a move that surely will twist the knickers of the game’s fans, “BloodRayne” will be set in 18th-century Transylvania. The game takes place in 1930s Germany, pitting the heroine against Nazi vampire hordes. In the film, written by Guinevere Turner (“The Ballad of Bettie Page,” “American Psycho””American Psycho”), Loken plays BloodRayne, a half-human/half-vampire who grows up as a circus freak until she is saved by the mysterious Brimstone Society. The org’s objective is to exterminate the legion of the undead headed by Kagan, the vampire poobah played by Kingsley.