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Bloodrayne Movie Poster
Though we have already stabbed this little vampire through the heart after the low-budget trailer and some negative reviews we figured what would it hurt to show off a couple new movie clips for the
One thing I still don't get about Bloodrayne is how Uwe Boll was able to talk to many talented actors and hottie actresses into having roles in this film. Actually, depending on how Boll's latest project, Dungeon Siege, turns out, I may be asking this exact same question about that film.
For one, Kristanna Loken (Terminator 3) is smoking hot in both films and is probably the sole reason I decided that these clips were worth watching.
The first clip features Rayne (Kristanna Loken) and Katarin (Michelle Rodriguez) as they engage in a swordfight. The second clip features a full-scale brawl that erupts between vampires, humans and half-vampire/half-humans.
Check out both clips for Bloodrayne by clicking the poster to the right or the link below.
The film reveals the origins of Bloodrayne in the cinematic prequel to Majesco's popular videogame. In eighteenth century Romania, Rayne, a young dhampir (half-human, half-vampire), prone to fits of blind blood rage but saddled with a compunction for humans, strives to avenge her mother's rape and murder by her father, Kagan, King of the Vampires.
Orphaned and forced to find refuge in a circus freak show, the only place her aberrant abilities are tolerated, Rayne does not discover her true abilities till the night she tastes human blood for the first time defending herself from the circus strong man. Consumed by bloodlust and tormented by her new identity, she transforms into BloodRayne and feeds on the blood of vampires, refusing to take the lives of innocents.
Watch the two new clips for Bloodrayne over at MovieFone.