A THIRD Bloodrayne movie … seriously?

The first Bloodrayne movie was no prize winner, and was ridiculously bad. And I had to look up that a second one was made (I figured one had to be because they are making a third), and I honestly cannot believe these movies are still making money!

And yet, the indescribable badness that is the career of director Uwe Boll is allowed to continue with this movie, which is entitled, are you read for this, Bloodrayne: The Third Reich.

Yup, you read right – Nazi’s!

Here is the official plot, courtesy of GeekTyrant (you cannot make this crap up):

It’s 1943 and the German army has spread its black tentacles across the European continent, mercilessly cutting a swath of destruction and carnage. On the Eastern Front, at the edge of the apocalypse, a small band of Resistance fighters, led by Nathaniel (Brendan Fletcher), Vasyl (Willam Belli), and Magda (Annett Culp), fight the good fight against the occupiers. But with seemingly endless manpower at their disposal, the German army, headed by the vicious Commandant (Michael Paré), threatens to eradicate the Resistance. The Commandant’s soldiers, led by his trusted Lieutenant (Steffen Mennekes), tighten their iron grip on a small eastern town and facilitate the movement of transport trains to the nearby death camps. Meanwhile, a psychotic Doctor (Clint Howard) performs grisly experiments on people in the camps – and has a strange affinity for cutting open vampires, when he can get his hands on one. And where there are vampires, there’s Rayne! Half-vampire, half-human, Rayne (Natassia Malthe) has moved through the centuries destroying the destroyers, slaughtering vampires and those that keep to the shadows.

After a bloody battle at a rail depot, Rayne and the Commandant face off in the confines of a rail car. In the fight, the Commandant becomes infected by Rayne’s blood and, unknown to her, begins his transformation into a powerful day-walker. Now Rayne faces her greatest foe, a growing army of undead soldiers led by the Commandant. She and the Resistance must defeat the Commandant and his vampire troops before they manage to get back to Berlin, where they intend to make Hitler immortal.


The Road Less Traveled is a way for us here at to speak up for the little people in the nerd kingdom.  Sometimes popular opinion can make a young little nerd afraid to voice his or her own point of view for the fear of being shunned from the geek world.  That’s why I am here.  I have no problem putting my own personal opinion aside to point out the good in all things that the vast majority consider undeniably heinous.  Don’t worry, we will also discuss the massive amounts of suck in all things we hold more sacred than the bible.  Hey, you can’t have one without the other, I plan on pissing off both sides of the playing field with this new series.  So, let’s get to it then shall we?  Today on The Road Less Traveled let’s talk about a little film that many people out there hate with a passion.  That film, if I can be so bold to call it a film, is of course Bloodrayne.