Billy the Kid is an evil vampire, and he's rigged a bunch of children to the world's weirdest Rube Goldberg death trap, involving weights, pulleys and nooses, in this bizarrely creeptastic scene from BloodRayne 2: Deliverance.
To be honest, BloodRayne 2 is a bit of a letdown, especially after the sheer trashy brilliance of Bloodrayne, with its indelible performances from Ben Kingsley and Meat Loaf. There's a lot less crazy shit happening in the sequel, as if Uwe Boll is trying to rein himself in to prove that he can be a respectable film-maker after all. But the above scene almost makes up for it, as does the bit afterwards, where Rayne manages to get her knife without letting go of the rope, so she can slash all of the ropes holding the kids' nooses up and slice into Billy at the same time:
But sadly, the film as a whole doesn't really live up to what you imagine when you hear the words "a vampire Western directed by Uwe Boll." It's true that there are dozens of cowboy vampires strutting around the town of Deliverance and getting shot up and sliced to ribbons over the course of the film, but the proceedings are curiously dull as a whole.
The main place that BloodRayne 2 shines is in the dialogue. There are countless lines that show that Boll has been taking his role as dramaturge seriously. When Rayne goes to a saloon, the main local scumbag says to her, "Only two things a woman is good for: making my grub and keeping my dick warm." Later, the head vampire says the immortal line, "I get a hard-on watching you shit your pants." And the very last line of the film (spoilers!) is "Life is like a penis. When it's hard, you get screwed. When it's soft, you can't beat it."