BloodRayne 2: Deliverance

BloodRayne II - Deliverance Coverart
Directed by: Uwe Boll
Produced by: Dan Clarke
Shawn Williamson
Written by: Christopher Donaldson
Neil Every
Based on: BloodRayne
Starring: Natassia Malthe
Zack Ward
Chris Coppola
Michael Paré
Music by: Jessica de Rooij
Cinematography: Mathias Neumann
Edited by: Eric Hill
Production company: Brightlight Pictures
Pitchblack Pictures
Event Film
Distributed by: Majesco Entertainment
Release dates: September 18, 2007 (United States: DVD premiere)
November 30, 2007 (Germany: DVD premiere)
Running time: 99 minutes
Country: Canada
Language: English
Budget: $10 million
Box office: $167,445 (Worldwide)

BloodRayne 2: Deliverance is a direct-to-DVD vampire/Western film directed by Uwe Boll. The film is a sequel to the 2005 film BloodRayne, which was also directed by Uwe Boll and starred Kristanna Loken. In Deliverance, Natassia Malthe replaces Loken in the lead role.


Newton Piles (Chris Coppola), a reporter on assignment for the Chicago Chronicle, has come to the town of Deliverance, Montana, to record tales of the Wild West. The peaceful and quiet town is expecting the arrival of the first Transcontinental Railroad in one week. Along with the railroad however, arrives an unwelcome and deadly guest, a vampiric Billy the Kid. Using the railway, the 357-year old Transylvanian vampire is building an army of cowboy vampires to take over the country and create a vampire kingdom in the New World. Billy and his horde go on a rampage, slaughtering townspeople and rounding up children. Billy spares Newton’s life and promises Newton the greatest story ever told.

Billy's plans hit a snag when Rayne arrives in the town. Rayne is a dhampir, the product of an unnatural union between a vampire and a human: she wields all the powers of a vampire, yet none of the weaknesses. Born over a century earlier in Romania, Rayne has hunted vampires for a long time and now she sets her sights on Billy.


Critical receptionEdit

Bloodrayne 2: Deliverance, received generally negative reviews. Whilst not scoring on Rotten Tomatoes, tomatometer, it did receive 4 rotten reviews, with critics panning it as, "Slow-paced, dry and anything but sexy. Furthermore, it was seen that the movie made similar mistakes to the first movie, a dry script, limited action scenes and poor acting by its lead performers".


A sequel titled BloodRayne: The Third Reich featuring Natassia Malthe was released in 2011.

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