Wesley Snipes returns as everyone's favourite vampire hunter, in this third and final(?) instalment of the series, which sees the Vampire council, lead by a foxy Goth girl named Danica Talos (Parker Posy), uncovering the tomb of the original Dracula...
In order to keep Blade off their backs, they frame him for a series of murders which leaves his operation in ruins and without the help of his old friend Whistler (Kris Kristopherson) when the police and FBI raid his hideout.
Fortunately, he has some new friends looking out for him, in the form of Whistlers daughter Abigail (Jessica Biel) and a former vampire named Hannibal (Ryan Reynolds) who are part of a larger group known as the Nightstalkers.
Rescuing Blade from the police, together they attempt to battle the vampire council who are trying to push forward their latest plans for vampire domination. But what do they want with the Dracula, or Drake as he now likes to be called (played by British actor Dominic Purcell), knowing that he is still alive?
Featuring more of the same martial arts action, high octane car chases and gun battles as in the previous 2 films, "Blade : Trinity" is a worthy third outing, although compared to the previous films, didn't quite live up the same expectations. This could be attributed to series Writer David Goyer's first attempt at directing, but be that as it may, fans of the series should still enjoy it even though it doesn't pack quite the same punch!