LATEST: Cult German film director Uwe Boll has knocked out some of his harshest critics in the boxing ring, in revenge for their harsh reviews of his movies. The film-maker challenged journalists to a physical contest after they criticised his movie BLOODRAYNE, which stars SIR Ben Kingsley and Kristanna Loken. Five people were selected to go fist-to-fist with Boll in a series of boxing matches, one of which took place in Malaga, Spain, while the others took place in Vancouver, Canada. And Boll proceeded to knock out every one of his opponents. Critic RICHARD KYANKA of website Something Awful says, "I feel great. I feel like a very angry German man punched me in the head repeatedly. He kept saying it was PR stunt and a joke, but then he comes on just 'murderising' me. "I want to have more kids someday, so I just said, 'I'm not going to stay in here and keep getting punched in the head.'" And Boll's youngest opponent, 17-year-old CHANCE MOINTER says, "I wasn't a big fan of House of the Dead or Alone in the Dark, but after what he's shown me of SEED, I think it's fantastic." A triumphant Boll says, "See what happens when they take a blow to the head? They like my movies."
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