Tuesday, 29 November 2011


German director, producer and screenwriter, Uwe Boll, whose work includes many movies adapted from video games, explains how he is able to finance his own films through his Boll KG production company on the DVD commentary of Alone in the Dark (2005): "I have a tax shelter fund in Germany, and if you invest in a movie in Germany you get basically fifty percent back from the government." Another reason why he may self-finance is because he's one of the worst directors of all time - can Blubberella change all that?

It's 1940 and the German army is slaughtering thousands. A motley group of Resistance Fighters, led by Nathaniel and Vadge, struggle against the Nazi scourge. The German army, headed by the Commandant, threatens to eradicate the Resistance, but coming to the rescue is Blubberella.

Half vampire, half woman, she loves nothing better than killing Nazis. After an unseemly exchange of bodily fluids, the Commandant becomes infected by the funny fubsy and, unknown to her, begins his transformation into a powerful day-walking vampire. Now Blubberella faces her greatest foe since WeightWatchers...

(To read more of the review click on either image)

1 comment:

  1. worst movie since haunted hot rods. who in their right mind could possibly enjoy this. the last decent comedy was something about mary and thats been a while