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The fact that such intercourse automatically creates a certain attention economy – where individuals seek intellectual/emotional shortcuts to processing the topic at hand and hence reinforce the discursive questions/answers already at the center of attention (i.e., why does Boll direct bad movies? The memes become the message: no one cares what’s in the films, only that a certain privileged Internet demographic – white male American gamers and computer geeks between the ages of 14 and 30 – allocates enormous emotional and intellectual energy to the defamation of an artistic producer and his work.This demographic already spends a lot of money on video games and horror/sci-fi/action films, so their opinions and prejudices are valued and esteemed by the mainstream media in exchange for their prior expenditures.
Detailed fantasies of murder, torture, rape and other bodily harm prevail in the discourse about Uwe Boll on You Tube., the next film set to grace the screen from infamous schlock-artist Uwe Boll (pictured above giving the finger) and his German production company Boll AG, is primed to be the director’s magnum opus based on the official synopsis alone.The summary is vague to say the least, but the gist is it’s a horror-comedy in which an obese female vigilante dispatches her victims in an appropriately ill-fitting corset and trench coat whilst wielding two blades that, in the fuzzy poster, appear to be strapped to extremities where folks traditionally have hands.We are given a film that is a poorly thought out, poorly researched documentary on what happened in Auschwitz.The level of inaccuracy here is insulting to the victims and survivors because I feel that if you are to tackle a subject about something as tragic as the Holocaust, you ought to do it right.Auschwitz is an awful docudrama that tries to recount the atrocities of the Nazis during the Second World War.
The film might have been a good documentary, but the level of inaccuracies presented here is far too many to mention.
In exploring the Internet bashing as a phenomenon, Jan-Mathis Schnurr outlines the dominant discourse on Boll, identifying three “interpretive patterns” that are consistently reproduced online, namely Boll as Inept Director, Boll as Greedy Businessman, and Boll as Someone Who Does Not Understand Video Games.
According to Schnurr: The three interpretative patterns explain why video game adaptions are commonly viewed as a threat: as a threat to the sales of sequels of games adapted by Boll AG, as a threat to the market of video game to film adapations and as a threat to the users of a comment on You Tube itself, because his or her identity is strongly linked to the video game.
Lindsay Hollister (is nowhere to be found on Boll’s International Movie Database profile and little else has been revealed with regards to the meat of the plot, but my guess is that it will take a backseat to jokes pertaining to the disproportionate volume of meat on the heroine anyhow. That said its status is currently listed as being in post-production, so for better or worse we’ll all know soon enough.
The announcement of For those unfamiliar with Uwe Boll’s reputation among critics and some moviegoers, “hack” might do nicely.
As Gilles Deleuze once said, “if you are caught in another’s dream, then you are lost.” Time to wake up. His Recent Work Has Improved (Though the rest of my arguments lie in the shadow of the one above, they are no less legitimate.) Have you seen a recent Boll film? , replaced with an uncompromising brutality that promises an unsettling theater/home-viewing experience. Quentin Tarantino, for example, makes ironic references to 1,001 different film sources in order to generate genuine pathos for the characters in the audience.