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Perhaps there is no more vilified name in cinema than Uwe Boll; his feature films are placed in the ballpark of Ed Wood, though no one can argue that more effort has gone into Boll’s. Many of them actually don’t look bad: if it weren’t for the silly plots, dialogue and mostly third-tier casts, Bloodrayne and In the Name of the King might seem little more than adequate genre knockoffs, no concentrated venom required. Yet Boll takes his work seriously (as any artist should), and perhaps it is the director’s boisterous attitude that engenders the ire of fan-boy and critic alike.