Uwe Boll interview @ Eurogamer + Postal Movie infoz

There’s an interview with Uwe Boll over at Eurogamer. I can honestly say I agree with some of the things he says, like how people should SEE his movies before JUDGING them, but that doesn’t change the fact that he makes complete crap 90% of the time. He talks about his movies before before House […]


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There’s an interview with Uwe Boll over at Eurogamer. I can honestly
say I agree with some of the things he says, like how people should SEE
his movies before JUDGING them, but that doesn’t change the fact that
he makes complete crap 90% of the time. He talks about his movies
before before House of the Dead
, how “video game movies are
hard to sell to production companies”, and probably most interesting:
about his upcoming POSTAL movie…

“”I’m in the movie – Uwe Boll will play a minor part. I get killed by my
‘Boll haters’,” he explains. So will he be getting real, er, Boll
haters to play themselves?”

Can you say selling point?
All in all it’s an interesting read, to say the least. Sue me, but I from what I read this Postal movie even sounds somewhat worth watching. Granted, it’s still gonna be an Uwe Boll movie, and it’ll still likely be LAUGHABLY BAD, it DOES have a few things going for it:

A) Gary Coleman
B) Uwe Boll Dying
C) Osama Bin Laden

I’m willing to see it based on those 3 things alone. Granted,
I’m not gonna pay for it, but to be fair I haven’t payed for a movie in
over 2 years because I have friends at movie theaters. Oh well, that’s
just my take on the whole thing.

PS: Thanks for Ace-Of-War, and his thread on OCR, for pointing this one out.

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