Heart of America: Need to track down a copy. House of the Dead: Campy beyond belief, yet entertaining. Marks taken off for dropping the plot of the game entirely. Bonus points for Jurgen Prochnow's badass, auto-shotgun wielding Captain Kirk. Alone in the Dark: A total clusterfuck. While I liked Christian Slater's portrayal of Carnby, the film's plot was an incoherent mess and a waste of several interesting ideas that could have made interesting movies of their own. Also, why Tara Reid? Bloodrayne: Surprisingly decent. Points for actually bearing resemblance to the video game it was based on. Kristianna Loken... yowza. In the Name of the King: Great for kids, but a bit excruciating for more discerning viewers considering it was hacked to holy hell to fit a two hour runtime. I'll comment on it more once they release Boll's intended version. Seed: Haven't seen, but the idea of using real footage of animal slaughter in the credits is not making me rush out to see it. Postal: I laiughed long and hard throughout, and then wondered if I'm going to burn in hell for laughing at some of the stuff in here. BloodRayne Deliverance: Haven't seen. Tunnel Rats: Want to see this soooo badly, but can't find a copy. Far Cry: Sitting on my Netflix Instant Queue, just waiting to be watched. Stoic: Didn't know it finally got a DVD release. Must check it out. Darfur: Must check out (didn't know they retitled it for DVD). Rampage: Holy hell. Uwe Boll made an inredible drama and thriller film. A nice mix of gallows humor and social commentary, and a gigantic leap in the right direction for Boll. Also, I want an action figure of Bill in his armored suit.