Blade: Trinity

  • 15
  • David S Goyer (2004)
  • US
  • 108 min
Blade: Trinity
Film Review
Reviewed By
1 out of 5

Franchise fatigue shows in all areas of this third Blade outing, directed by series writer David S Goyer. The plot is an incoherent mess, with Wesley Snipes's half-vampire vigilante teaming up with Nightstalkers Hannibal King (Ryan Reynolds) and Abigail Whistler (Jessica Biel) to take on a vampire leader (Parker Posey). Parker gives easily the worst performance of her career as she and her bloodsucking brethren resurrect Dracula (Dominic Purcell) to get hold of his powerful DNA. Posey can't even speak the inane dialogue properly wearing those fake fangs. Snipes is also guilty of phoning in his star turn, while Biel (playing the daughter of Kris Kristofferson's Whistler) does little else other than to offer product placement to her iPod. Compared to the previous instalments, the horror is negligible and the action scenes tepid and repetitive. Add that to the sloppy direction and the disjointed script, and this is just plain inept.

Plot Summary

The third instalment of the fantasy action adventure series, starring Wesley Snipes. Blade teams up with two other vampire hunters to thwart the plans of a gang of bloodsuckers trying to resurrect Dracula.

Cast and crew


Wesley Snipes
Abraham Whistler
Kris Kristofferson
Abigail Whistler
Jessica Biel
Hannibal King
Ryan Reynolds
Danica Talos
Parker Posey
Dracula / "Drake"
Dominic Purcell
Jarko Grimwood
Paul Michael Levesque
Natasha Lyonne
Dr Edgar Vance
John Michael Higgins
Ray Cumberland
James Remar
Asher Talos
Callum Keith Rennie


David S Goyer

Other Information

Theatrical distributor: 
Violence, swearing.
Available on video, DVD and BluRay
Released 10 Dec 2004
Certificate 15
Entertainment in Video Ltd