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Blade: Trinity - Wesley Snipes, Kris Kristofferson, Ryan Reynolds, David S Goyer

Threat advisory: High - High risk of entertaining activities

Movie propaganda

The final hunt begins.

Realising they may never be able to defeat the vampire hunter known as Blade the Dayhunter (Wesley Snipes), the vampires who control the infrastructures of human society set Blade up to appear like a psychopathic serial killer, with the FBI soon on his tail, thinking he is some sort of horrible monster. The plan is successful, as Blade's ability to hunt vampires is limited severely, even as they have awakened the grand-daddy of them all, Dracula (Dominic Purcell), a pure vampire with amazing abilities others do not possess. To take on the threat of this most powerful vampire, Blade accepts the help of a team of human vampire hunters called the Nightstalkers...

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Target demographic movie keyword propaganda

  • Film horror vampire action supernatural

Persons of interest

  • Wesley Snipes .... Blade
  • Kris Kristofferson .... Abraham Whistler
  • Ryan Reynolds .... Hannibal King
  • Jessica Biel .... Abigail Whistler
  • Parker Posey .... Danica
  • Cascy Beddow .... Flick
  • John Ashker .... Campbell
  • Steve Braun .... FBI Agent Wilson Hale
  • Scott Heindl .... Gedge
  • Paul Michael Levesque .... Grimwood
  • Dominic Purcell .... Dracula/Drake
  • Callum Keith Rennie .... Asher
  • Ron Selmour .... Dex
  • David S Goyer .... Screenwriter
  • David S Goyer .... Director

Cinematic intelligence sources

Intelligence analyst

Special Agent Matti

Theatrical report

Well, it's a good thing that Blade: Trinity is The final hunt because this third episode in the Blade series is wearing thin. There's a lot of fun shooting and exploding and that, but there's not a lot of plot to hold it together. Whatever.

Security censorship classification

MA 15+ (Medium level violence, medium level coarse language)

Surveillance time

106 minutes (1:46 hours)

Not for public release in Australia before date

Film: 26 December 2004
DVD rental: 19 May 2005
VHS rental: 19 May 2005
DVD retail: 19 May 2005 - Box set

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