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“Always entertaining analysis of Uwe Boll’s work and career.” (Mark A. Altman, writer/producer, Free Enterprise

A thoughtful look into Uwe Boll’s 11 films inspired by and based on video games, Mat Bradley-Tschirgi’s The Films of Uwe Boll, Vol. 1: The Video Game Movies (2003-2014) takes a deep dive into one of Hollywood’s most notorious directors starting from House of the Dead all the way up to In the Name of the King 3: The Last Mission. Bradley-Tschirgi’s knowing critique brings listeners a new appreciation into Boll’s many celluloid ventures where pixels and cinema collide! 

Whether unfurling labyrinthine plots or admiring quirky performances, The Films of Uwe Boll, Vol. 1: The Video Game Movies (2003-2014) explains why the video game films of Uwe Boll are worth a closer look than one might suspect at first blush.

©2019 Mat Bradley-Tschirgi (P)2019 Mat Bradley-Tschirgi

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  • 10-17-19

Amusing and insightful

Not an area of cinema I thought I knew but it turns out I've seen way more of the movies than I realised. The reviews are not spoiler-free (in case anyone was wondering!).