Just when BloodRayne was starting to slip from our memories, up pops Kristanna Loken to remind us that the Uwe Boll is far from being finished. Despite the amazingly dismal performance of their last effort, the actor-director team of Loken and Boll are at it again, as they are now pushing out their already completed video game-to-movie masterpieceIn the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale. In her attempts to defend the failure of BloodRayne and spin some positive light on Dungeon Siege, even Loken is forced to make a passive admission that Rayne was not exactly stellar work.

In a recent interview with Sci Fi Wire, Loken addressed the two films. She began by noting how "very surprised" she was at the box office failure of BloodRayne - if this is true, she's one of about five people in the known and unknown world. The utter untruth of what she was saying must have finally broke something within her, however, as she immediately followed that up with an admission that Uwe Boll "does not have a great track record," which honestly is about the kindest way to describe his persistent directorial career. She closed her comments on the film with a stunning recommendation, saying "Hey, I'm going to be objective. It's not going to win any awards, but I thought for what it was it was a pretty decent film." Wow, resounding praise from the film's star. I can't WAIT to hear what she has to say about Dungeon Siege.
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