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[Dead Days Of Summer] ‘Bloodrayne’ Series Giveaway!

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Welcome to the Dead Days of Summer, where we try our best to give you something to play/read during the dreaded summer video game drought. Because who goes outside anymore?

The world has been sorely lacking any decent vampire games, and sadly, the latest entry, DARK, doesn’t look to be changing that. The Bloodrayne series has been one of the few solid vampire centric video game franchises we’ve seen, so today we’re going to celebrate this series by giving away the first two Bloodrayne games (on PC) to five lucky readers, courtesy of GOG.com.

Details after the jump!

Remember when I said the The Cat Lady giveaway would be the easiest one? I lied. This is way easier.

It’s no secret that German director Uwe Boll is both a man without talent — unless making consistently shitty films can be considered a skill — and a bane of the games industry. He’s the parasite behind such atrocities as the film adaptations of Alone in the Dark, Postal, House of the Dead, Far Cry and three goddamn Bloodrayne movies.

That’s right. After the world made the unanimous decision that the first Bloodrayne film had no right to exist, Uwe Boll decided to crap out two more.

What does this have to do with the contest? What I want you to do is tell me in the comments below which Uwe Boll film you consider to be the worst, and why you handpicked that film from the festering pile of garbage that is this man’s career.

Winners will be chosen a week from now, on Monday, July 29th.

Want to win MORE free horror games? Check out our other giveaways!

For all the PC gaming goodness you can possibly handle, head on over to GOG.com.

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  • Creationinsane19

    I’d have to say House of the Dead. There is nothing redeemable about this movie. House of the Dead is a fun on rails shooting arcade game and should just stay that way. It was already tainted by having Uwe Boll having any part in to do with it. Also, do we really need techno music? No. Never.

  • BornVillian

    Tough choice but I’m going to go with Alone in the Dark. There was just so many plotholes in that movie. Also the obvious fact that it had little to nothing to do with the games. At least with Uwe’s other films I was somewhat entertained because of how horrible they were. This film also failed in failing, in that sense. It was a complete bore-fest.

  • Alexanwo

    I have to say House of the Dead has been one of the most atrocious movies directed by Boll because it reuses many of the frames over and over like the hand on the tree, some of the zombies are slow, others are quite fast and can use axes to cut people’s legs off. Also, the scene showing them with weapons about to go into zombie killing action is quite cheesy. So for this reason, House of the Dead was a movie I only watched once and wanted my money back right after.

  • doombringer

    Blubberella. He writes a spoof of his own Bloodrayne movie, with most of the same actors, and it is even worse as a comedy. He actually managed to make something abyssmal even worse, and doesn’t even manage to show self awareness while spoofing his own work. There is no redeeming value to this movie at all.

  • LynCroft

    House of the Dead is by far the worst for me. Horrible acting, cheesy script. Killed the ambiance of true horror gaming. And Bloodrayne… Love the games, but the movie sucked. It had potential, if it had been given a better cast.

  • tojphantom

    In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale would get my vote. There isn’t one single redeeming factor to this movie, how they got Jason Statham and Ron Perlman to be in it isn’t something I can even think about. After the movie bombed (like everyone knew it would) Ewww Bowel said it’d be his first and last movie with a large budget…how the hell does he even keep getting a budget to make these piles of shit?

  • zaffergrok

    Attack on Darfur. I picked this film because it is Uwe’s attempt at making a serious film. With all the video game based movies he made they begin to blur in their awfulness. Attack on Darfur goes to a whole new level. Now I realize that it is not a horror film but it is an atrocity. I think Uwe’s movies end up finding a group of people who enjoy how bad they are. I dare anyone to watch Attack on Darfur and say they enjoyed it on any level. It is cheesy but there is no enjoyment. It’s trying to be an oscar caliber important film and isn’t even on the same planet. This is bar far his worst movie! The true test, I can laugh during Far Cry, Postal, House of the Dea, Alone in the Dark, etc. There was no laughing during Attack on Darfur.

  • J-SiN

    House of the Dead. An utter disgrace to video games AND movies.

  • RAVENBRAN20

    Postal by far sucked a** the most. Not only did Uwe have Zak Ward and Dave Foley as the lead cast but then he had to go and use the Taliban as the bad guys who spoil an amusement park theft. Dang, this was a gigantic failure on so many levels. Cinematography, storyline, acting. The best part of this movie was the end credits and even that was torturous. Good thing I’m a masochist and enjoy the torture of ‘B’ and ‘C’ grade movies.

  • KittysReaper

    That man has to many bad films. If i had to choose his worse it is a tie between both the house of the dead or THAT (TRY to be SHOCKING FEST) seed. Seed was a very very SHITTY FUCKING MOVIE.

  • Pandorathecurious

    Okay, I love the Bloodrayne games. They are entertaining, 2 of my favorite PS2 games of all time. But Uwe Boll ruined the movie. Not only did he ruin the movie, he followed up with 2 equally crappy sequels. I think Bloodrayne is his worst movie because not only does he completely throw out the fact that she is supposed to be beautiful and seductive, he sets it in some medieval era as opposed to the 1930s, where the first video game occurs. The special effects blow, and the direction the film decided to go lead to its downfall and crappy sequels (although the chick in the sequels is much better looking than Kristanna Loken).

  • krazEkid

    I gotta say that rampage is the most horrible one. It was seriously almost as bad as Valhalla rising. No story whatsoever. I could never figure out why exactly some dude went crazy like he did, and how nobody had a gun or tried to stop him.

  • DecapitateH3r

    Would definitely have to say Alone in the Dark. Being newly introduced to the game (and gaming) by my boyfriend, I was hyped to see that there was a movie. To say I was disappointed, is more of an understatement than saying The Walking Dead is an ok show. It sucked. Sucked balls. Big, hairy stinky ones.

  • sternaphile

    House of the Dead – sux sux sux sux sux

  • TEDDYX

    Bloodrayne The Third Reich. Ireally cant remember not finishing a movie ever. That one sticks out in my brain. It was cheesier then any cheese I have ever had. Just bad.

  • don’t_cry

    Of the ones I’ve seen that he has directed I was most disappointed in In the Name of the King, the first one. i haven’t seen the second one, actually didn’t even knew it existed. And now there is a third in post…oh boy. It was a travesty to the genre, which happens to be a favorite. Bad casting, bad acting, really bad dialogue.

  • Darte

    House of the Dead, for the sheer contempt it has for its audience and Boll self-serving, never-my-fault response to its failure. Also, really, splicing in the first game’s footage? On a film that’s set on an ISLAND?

  • Screamz

    House of the Dead. There are many, many, many reasons, but my favorite by far is this exchange that I’m probably misquoting:

    “You created these things to be immortal. Why?”

    “To live forever.”

  • Tierany

    For me it would have to be BloodRayne. I am a huge fan of the games and I was truly looking forward to the movie, until I saw the trailer. But I still watched it. That didn’t help. I hated that he took it in a completely different direction than the game. The games storyline was great, so why did it goes this route? The costumes were horrible, and those wigs. =( Uwe Boll must have a lot of dirt to use as blackmail to get the actors he does. Craziness.

  • Raziel_cz

    Alone in the Dark. It’s like Tarkovsky’s Stalker, but with one serious issue. While Stalker is beyond my comprehension, Alone in the Dark simply doesn’t make sense.

  • mrn4rmn4rm

    It has to be the Bloodrayne films for me. They never followed the original story until Third Reich. It could of been something if it followed the story and split it up into 3 parts in 1 film or so. Instead it just doesn’t make any sense. Then again most Uwe Boll films don’t make any sense.

  • larryjr11388

    bloodrayne 2 was the worst only because a true horror movie doesnt make it to the syfy channel

  • WiKiT_CLoWN

    I only saw first Boll’s BloodRayne movie to figure out what kind of a director this son of a b*tch is. It would be a shame to waste my time watching the rest of his “creations”. Being a huge fan of Rayne since 2003, I’ve always wanted to see a solid pathos movie with her, with lots of money involved. But this crap that I saw has burried all my hopes, along with many others I suppose. This motherf*cker deserves to burn in Hell for destroying the franchise.

  • joesey

    BloodRayne 2 Deliverance. I don’t ever remembering playing her in an oldwest setting EVER! Owe totally just pulled this out of left field–out of his arse that is.

  • EmPleH

    House of the Dead. Hands down one of the worst movies. I’d rather watch Gigli followed by Monster-in-Law than watch 30 minutes of that atrocity of a movie.

  • quijote3000

    In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale, clearly. It’s not his “worst” movie per se.
    But take a look at the cast:
    Jason Statham as Farmer
    Leelee Sobieski as Muriella
    John Rhys-Davies as Merick
    Ron Perlman as Norick
    Kristanna Loken as Elora
    Ray Liotta as Gallian
    and Burt Reynolds as King Konreid
    He had a lot of good actors. He also had a budget of $60 million, and he blew even that?
    There are talented directors that if they make a single bad movie they can consider themselves banned from Hollywood. There are good, competent directors, that never have a budget so high. Somehow Uwe Boll made a pact with the devil and he had the chance to do something big, and he blew it

  • axlslave

    Do I have to choose just one? I guess House Of The Dead. There are so many god awful things about this and all of his movies. Sharknado looks friggin’ Oscar worthy compared to his films. How does he keep getting the rights to make movies out of these games? Sometimes he even gets half decent actors to be in his terrible movies (Ben Kingsley, Jason Statham, etc.). How? It’s stuff like this that contributes to my atheism.

  • RoomOfAngel

    I definitely have to go with Alone In The Dark, since it inspired and defined survival horror forever. With Boll, it turned out into being a low quality horror tainted action movie.

  • Robert Goj Allen

    I have not watched that many Uwe Boll movies (why bother; I got the sense they are bad, and pay attention to sites such as Bloody Disgusting that talk about how consistently bad Uwe is as a director, life is too short, watch things you enjoy) – so I’ll have to go with the popular choice “House of the Dead”: bad direction, bad actors, bad music, bad makeup, bad writing – and not even entertaining in a “bad movie” way, just bad, soooooooooo bad.

  • reeladdict

    I think Blubberella takes the cake just by the title alone.

  • plainsmaster

    Blubberrella is BY FAR the worst movie in the history of the world, and in the world of Uwe Boll it even stands out as 100% GARBAGE!

  • Pav

    Postal and Blood Rayne are ex-equo worst of all shits that he did.

  • ljbad

    I say Bloodrayne, just cuz it’s the only one I’ve seen, and I couldn’t even finish it.

  • WiKiT_CLoWN

    WHO WON???