Blade: Trinity

Production year: 2004

Horror R   Running time: 2:03

IMDB rating:   5.9     Aspect: Wide;  Languages: English;  Subtitles: English, Spanish;  Audio: DD 5.1

Even skeptical fans of the Blade franchise will enjoy sinking their teeth into Blade: Trinity. The law of diminishing returns is in full effect here, and the franchise is wearing out its welcome, but let's face it: any movie that features Jessica Biel as an ass-kicking vampire slayer and Parker Posey--yes, Parker Posey!--as a vamping vampire villainess can't be all bad, right? Those lovely ladies bring equal measures of relief and grief to Blade, the half-human, half-vampire once again played, with tongue more firmly in stone-cold cheek, by Wesley Snipes. With series writer David S. Goyer in the director's chair, the film is calculated for mainstream appeal, trading suspenseful horror for campy humor and choppy, nonsensical action. The franchise still offers some intriguing ideas, however, including Drake (Dominic Purcell), the original vampire, whose blood contains the secret that could destroy all blood-suckers in a plot that incorporates a sinister "blood farm" where humans are held--and drained--in suspended animation. And Biel's wise-cracking sidekick (Ryan Reynolds) in her cadre of "Nightstalkers" provides comic relief.

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Features

Featurettes/Behind-The-Scenes/Documentaries
Gag Reel/Bloopers/Outtakes

Special features

Alternate Ending
"Daywalkers, Nightstalkers & Familiars: Inside the World of Blade: Trinity" 16-part behind-the-scenes Documentary
2 Commentaries including director David Goyer, Jessica Biel, Ryan Reynolds, Producers and Crew
Blade: Trinity