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Blade: Trinity

Blade: Trinity

The final hunt begins.

For years, Blade has fought against the vampires in the cover of the night. But now, after falling into the crosshairs of the FBI, he is forced out into the daylight, where he is driven to join forces with a clan of human vampire hunters he never knew existed—The Nightstalkers. Together with Abigail and Hannibal, two deftly trained Nightstalkers, Blade follows a trail of blood to the ancient creature that is also hunting him—the original vampire, Dracula.

Release Date : 08 Dec, 2004
Duration : 2h 3m
Action Horror Fantasy
Vote Average : 5.9 Vote Count : 3,188 Popularity : 39.699

Top Billed Casting

  • Wesley Snipes

    Wesley Snipes

    Eric Brooks / Blade

    (Acting)

  • Jessica Biel

    Jessica Biel

    Abigail Whistler

    (Acting)

  • Ryan Reynolds

    Ryan Reynolds

    Hannibal King

    (Acting)

  • Kris Kristofferson

    Kris Kristofferson

    Abraham Whistler

    (Acting)

  • Dominic Purcell

    Dominic Purcell

    Dracula / Drake

    (Acting)

  • Parker Posey

    Parker Posey

    Danica Talos

    (Acting)

  • Natasha Lyonne

    Natasha Lyonne

    Sommerfield

    (Acting)

  • James Remar

    James Remar

    Ray Cumberland

    (Acting)

  • John Michael Higgins

    John Michael Higgins

    Dr. Edgar Vance

    (Acting)

  • Patton Oswalt

    Patton Oswalt

    Hedges

    (Acting)

  • Callum Keith Rennie

    Callum Keith Rennie

    Asher Talos

    (Acting)

  • Paul Michael Lévesque

    Paul Michael Lévesque

    Jarko Grimwood

    (Acting)

  • Françoise Yip

    Françoise Yip

    Virago

    (Acting)

  • Mark Berry

    Mark Berry

    Chief Martin Vreede

    (Acting)

  • Paul Anthony

    Paul Anthony

    Wolfe

    (Acting)

  • Michael Anthony Rawlins

    Michael Anthony Rawlins

    Wilson Hale

    (Acting)

  • Ginger Broatch

    Ginger Broatch

    Zoe

    (Acting)

  • Eric Bogosian

    Eric Bogosian

    Bentley Tittle

    (Acting)

  • Erica Cerra

    Erica Cerra

    Goth Vixen Wannabe

    (Acting)

  • Clay Cullen

    Clay Cullen

    Stone

    (Crew)

  • Shannon Powell

    Shannon Powell

    Woman Bystander

    (Acting)

  • Kett Turton

    Kett Turton

    Dingo

    (Acting)

  • Brian Steele

    Brian Steele

    Drake Creature (uncredited)

    (Acting)

Status

Released


Original Language

English


Production Country

United States of America


Budget

65,000,000


Revenue

128,905,366

Reviews

A review by Per Gunnar Jonsson

Written by Per Gunnar Jonsson on 20 Jan, 2018

It might (barely) have gotten one more star if it hadn’t been the third one in the Blade trilogy. As such it has some mighty good movies to live up to and that it doesn’t. This time David S Goyer took to both write and direct the movie. I guess he should have stuck to script writing or someth...

A review by YYMBR

Written by YYMBR on 20 May, 2018

After watching all 3 of the Blade movies in a row, it gives a lot of perspective. The first was before all the Marvel boxoffice stuff took off, the second was having some Reaper stuff which was cool, but Trinity was the best in the series for sure. It needs better writing as Snipes has attested. We ...

A review by tmdb44006625

Written by tmdb44006625 on 10 Mar, 2019

When a horror movie has to resort to vampire dogs, you know they're completely out of ideas. That's the least stupid part of Blade Trinity....

A review by Gimly

Written by Gimly on 25 Aug, 2019

Blade: Trinity completes the Blade trilogy in cinematic grandeur, and brings about Dracula, an inevitable source in almost every Vampire franchise ever conceived of. It was refreshing to have the "Elder" ruling-class/vampire-nation-lord/shadow-council thing dropped, since they were in both Blade ...

A review by blackpanzero

Written by blackpanzero on 03 Aug, 2020

TRINITY is not a good movie, instead it is a solid "Blade" movie -- meaning, if you are not already a fan, don't bother. Snipes no longer plays Blade for humor, as he did in the first Blade...