As a fan of vampire films, I have to include the Blade Trilogy in my movie library. Blade came out in 1998 with little fanfare, but did well at the box office with Wesley Snipes in the title role of the “Daywalker”. Blade II released in 2001, was I feel the best of the three, co-starring Kris Kristopherson. In the third film, the FBI and the Vampire world are out to catch Blade, and he teams up with Jessica Beil as his mentors daughter to fight the fight and a buff Ryan Reynolds.
These films are full of action, dark and wonderfully captured on film. The acting is somewhat poor, except for Snipes who has his charecter down pat by the third film.
As far as Vampire movies go, I give them a total review score of C-