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Terri-BOLL! 5 Rubbish Uwe Boll Video Game Adaptations

Everyone knows the importance of film music in conveying a film's emotion, giving the visuals more oomph and making everything a good 30% more awesome. Here are the catchiest, most melodic, and most gosh-darn impressive results...

Far Cry (2008) Far Cry (2008)
"The key ingredient is Michael Roesch, Peter Scheerer, and Masaji Takei's script, a two-napkin masterpiece that feels as though it were conceived by a homeschooled 13-year-old who just discovered his father's secret stash of Chuck Norris and Don 'The Dragon' Wilson movies." - Beyond Hollywood

House of the Dead (2003) House of the Dead (2003)
"This is one of those rare films that truly manages to get by on unintentional laughs, but otherwise dreadful. Boll isn't doing anything to quash those rumours about the tax loophole." - Empire

Alone in the Dark (2005) Alone in the Dark (2005)
"It's never good when the audience starts laughing as soon as the movie begins - and nothing has happened." - IGN Movies

BloodRayne (2005) BloodRayne (2005)
"Who is Uwe Boll and why does he hate moviegoers so?" - Orlando Sentinel

In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale (2007) In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale (2007)
"If Uwe Boll weren't such an appalling director you could almost admire his unshakable self-belief and uncanny ability to draw reliable stars to his increasingly turgid fare." - Empire

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