I’m sure most of you have been eagerly anticipating the next Uwe Boll film after In the Name of the King rocked your … Listen I’m not going to lie to you. No one liked that film and no one is looking forward to the next Boll film, but it has a trailer up anyways. Cinematical has the ‘honor’ of hosting this bad boy preview of Boll’s Tunnel Rats.

The story actually seems pretty cool, as it follows a group of grunts in Vietnam who are tasked with clearing enemy VC tunnels. It could be a tense thriller with great action, but it probably won’t be. The trailer is ok. The film looks worth watching on DVD to me, but I’m a war movie fan. It looks kind of low budget and like its not the greatest film in the world, but there’s shooting and blood and unfortunately Boll’s signature overuse of slow-motion.

Give the trailer a look-see below if you will and consider it. I’ll definitely watch this flick at some point, though on some days I ritualistically cut myself too, so it might not be for everyone.

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