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You guys should do an unprecidented double feature episode celebrating my favorite example of tax fraud. Uwe Boll directed the Dungeon Seige movie but did you know he has written and directed dozens of other multi million dollar features? In fact, he has put out at least 3 movies a year since, including 2 dungeon siege sequals. This is of course all possible because Germany let's investors write off 100% of what they put into a film and Uwe can produce it whereever with whomever he choses. The two movies I would like to suggest are the 2011 classics, Auschwitz and Blubberella. One is a serious tale of Nazi cruelty, just super graphic and serious. The other, Bloberella is about a sassy fat vampire who hates Nazis. Both were made on the same set in 2011. Both are about equally unwatchable. I have not cringed this hard since I saw Curb Your Enthusiasm for the first time. It's like Max and Leo went to Hollywood. Everybody wins, except the public.
Uwe Boll is a German film director(most of his movies are American, though) that has been called this generation's Ed Wood by many critics and movie fans over the years. It is with good reason since every single one of his movies is an absolute incoherent mess full of action cliches, bad acting, horrendous dialogue, gigantic plot holes, bizarre attempts at comedy, unimportant scenes that are way too long, important scenes that are way too short, and just no logic whatsoever. Any of his films would make for an entertaining episode of How Did This Get Made? but here's a list of his most well-known ones. Alone In The Dark (with Christian Slater and Tara Reid) BloodRayne (with Kristina Loken, Michelle Rodriguez, Michael Madsen, Billy Zane, and a comatosed Ben Kingsley) House of the Dead (biggest name in this movie is Clint Howard) Anyway, what does everybody else think?
How is it possible that, to this date, not one Uwe Boll film been examined? I think every single one of his movies have caused a tremendous amount of controversy based solely on how bad they are. My personal favorite is "Alone in the Dark" featuring the "clawing for career resurrection" Christian Slater, and the beautiful yet "hasn't fallen off the rocker yet" Tara Reid. Please, for the love of god, tell me how this movie was allowed to happen!