Watch: BloodRayne: The Third Reich 2011 123movies, Full Movie Online – Rayne fights against the Nazis in Europe during World War II, encountering Ekart Brand, a Nazi leader whose target is to inject Adolf Hitler with Rayne’s blood in an attempt to transform him into a dhampir and attain immortality..
Plot: Rayne fights against the Nazis in Europe during World War II, encountering Ekart Brand, a Nazi leader whose target is to inject Adolf Hitler with Rayne’s blood in an attempt to transform him into a dhampir and attain immortality.
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It failed on so many levels…
Oh my god! What went wrong here? The first “Bloodrayne” movie was actually quite good. Then part 2 came out, and it was a notch down the ladder. Now this “Bloodrayne: The Third Reich” is out, and it is about to hit rock bottom! The story in the movie is actually good enough, most parts of it anyway. There were certain aspects of the movie that was just too corny and too unnecessary.
Alright, well lets delve into the acting. For most parts the acting was good enough, but then in the opposite end there was so really horrendous acting as well. Clint Howard (playing doctor Mangler), words doesn’t even begin to describe his performance. It was like watching a leech trying to scale a wall, it was dull and uninspiring. The lead role of Rayne, was played by Natassia Malthe. Her acting was adequate, but come on, we all know why she was hired for this. She is hot and kicks ass, and that pretty much sums it up.
Set in the period of the 1940’s, during World War II, you are wondering why the Germans in the movie are all speaking English. I hate that in movies, get into character and have the Germans speak German. It just works on a grander scale. Having them speak semi-broken English with a flatulent accent, not so much. That really brought the movie down a notch for me.
Something else that brought down the movie, was Rayne’s costume. Now, sure it was stunningly hot and sexy. But this is the 1940’s, no one wore that kind of outfit back then, vampire or human! That was just over the top, and it really brought the movie down. It was out of place and time! Don’t just have a costume in a movie because it looks hot, it is just too lame! As for the German’s costume, well hats off for that, lots of nice touches and details there. So that worked well enough.
Another thing that shouldn’t have made it to the movie was the lesbian love scene. Come on! Most people don’t want to watch that! It was too much! And again, this was the 1940’s, I am pretty sure people weren’t open-minded as people are today. Again, it just seemed out of place and almost turned the movie into a soft-core porn. That was just too much!
One thing that did work for the movie, however, was the sets and the details put into the sets. It was like I would believe the 40’s Germany would be like, and the emotional state that the country had would be like.
For a movie in the Bloodrayne legacy, Uwe Boll managed to take that whole concept and totally screw it up. The end result of this movie was bad! I didn’t even make it to the end. I gave up about two-thirds into the movie. I was fed up with its tacky nonsense. And I had looked forward to this, liking the first part, so I thought it had to be better than part 2, but no, I was disappointed.
Uwe Boll have some good movies to his name, and also some bad movies; “Bloodrayne: The Third Reich” adds to the list of bad movies! If you like watching a woman in hot (totally out of the time period) costume and with way too much cleavage going on, then this movie might be something for you though.
‘He’s not just a Vampire… he’s a Vampire with the entire German army behind him.’ Misjudged sequel.
Bloodrayne: The Third Reich is set in 1940’s Europe during World War II & starts at a Nazi death camp where a train full of Jew’s pulls in, suddenly a group of rebels attack the train & kill all the Nazi’s in a shoot-out. During the fight leather clad half human Vampire half human Rayne (Natassia Malthe) takes out Nazi Commandant Ekert Brand (Michael Paré) but is shot in the process & her Vampire blood mixes with Brand’s human blood which revives him as a powerful Vampire with all the immunities that Rayne has. Brand turns to Nazi mad scientist Doctor Mangler (Clint Howard) to assist him through his transformation, Brand wants to capture the powerful Rayne to collect her blood so Adolf Hitler can drink it & become an all powerful & immortal Vampire!
This American, Canadian & German co-production was co-produced & directed by Uwe Boll & is the third entry in the Bloodrayne franchise which originally started life as a video game, the first Bloodrayne (2005) isn’t that bad actually & might even be described as alright & while I can’t really remember Bloodraye: Deliverance (2007) I doubt it was any worse than this. The first Bloodrayne was set in 18th Century Romania, Bloodrayne: Deliverance was set in 1880 in the American wild west while the script here opts to place Rayne in 1940’s Europe during World War II fighting Nazi’s no less & ultimately the so silly it’s fun concept of trying to stop Adolf Hitler from becoming an immortal Vampire. With a story as outrageous as that surely Bloodrayne: The Third Reich can’t fail but be awesome, right? Well, wrong because it’s a rather talky & bland film with a boring plot that only hints about the Hitler plan, every cliché in the book is used & even the action & gore set-pieces are totally forgettable. Bloodrayne: The Third Reich could have been a cult trash classic, instead it’s a boring & silly mess that only last’s for 70 minutes but feels a lot longer & every piece of potential the concept had is wasted. The dialogue alternates between bland & downright hilarious, it’s obvious this was written by someone whose native tongue is not English & doesn’t really care about treating World War II, the Nazi’s & death camp’s with any sensitivity.
To give Bloodtrayne: The Third Reich some credit it does look quite nice, Natassia Malthe reprising the role of Rayne for the second time is hot but she is given little to do other than swing her sword’s during the tame & repetitive fight scenes. The 1940’s period is well realised & the costumes, locations & props look authentic enough. There’s not a lot of gore here, there’s a fair amount of blood splatter but not much actual nastiness. Boll throw’s in some nudity & a couple of sex scenes, sure they kept me from losing total interest but they hardly save the film. Released in the US in both ‘R’ rated & ‘Unrated’ versions there is no difference between the two at all other than the Unrated DVD has more extra features. Had the working title Bloodrayne 3: Warhammer & was retitled to The Blood Reich: Bloodrayne 3 when released here in the UK on DVD.
The IMDb says that Bloodrayne: The Third Reich had a budget of about $10,000,000 which I think is total crap, you can probably knock at least one zero off that. Filmed in Zagreb in Croatia. The acting isn’t great, as mentioned earlier Malthe looks hot so I assume that was the reason behind her casting rather than her thespian skills. Great to see veteran actor’s Michael Paré & Clint Howard (over 300 acting credits between them with Howard boasting over 200 film credits) turn up although they are obviously slumming it, Clint Howard’s Nazi uniform looks about five sizes too big for him! I won’t mention their German accents either…
Bloodrayne: The Third Reich is a mixed bag, at times it’s silly & unintentionally funny while at other’s it’s a total bore but some sex, a hot looking leather clad babe in the lead & some fun to be had at Michael Paré & Clint Howard’s expense means it’s not a total disaster & bad movie fans should gain some pleasure from it, the short 70 minute running time helps too.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 19 min (79 min)
Genre Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Director Uwe Boll
Writer Michael Nachoff
Actors Natassia Malthe, Brendan Fletcher, Michael Paré
Country United States, Canada, Germany
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arricam LT, Zeiss Master Prime Lenses
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Fuji Eterna 250D 8563, Eterna 500T 8573)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (master format), Super 35 (3-perf) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm