Blade Trinity 2004 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
What can I say? I love the Blade series. Wesley Snipes was meant for this role. Ass kicking plus vampire horror action, sweet! This installment puts Blade in a really bad predicament. Blade accidentally kills a human while believing him to be a “suck-head.” On top of all this, the murder is caught in full on tape and given to the authorities. Now Blade is sought after by vampires and humans. Good old Whistler has Blades back until Whistler becomes incapacitated. Now its Blade against the world. However, some new rookies join the show and help Blade out only to find out that on top of humans and vampires hunting Blade, a new threat has emerged. The original vampire has been reawakened and he is looking for some sport in the form of combating the ultimate game, namely Blade. Blade: Trinity is a great action adventure worth every minute.
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