“Live by the gun. Die by the gun. Come back for more.”
Directed by Andrew Goth Starring Wesley Snipes, Kevin Howarth, Riley Smith, Tanit Phoenix, Patrick Bergin, Diamond Dallas Page and Simona Brhlikova
A desert. A child in a bad wig hauling buckets of blood. A man on a horse. A body. A woman with an axe. A group of yellow-eyed, gunslinging cardinals re-enacting the opening sequence of Once Upon a Time in the West. Gruff, internal monologuing cowboy Aman (Snipes) apparently shoots four men with two shots, then rips one man’s head off.
Directed by Guillermo del Toro (I shit ye not) Starring Wesley Snipes, Kris Kristofferson and Ron Perlman
Two years after the events of the first Blade, the titular Daywalker (Snipes) pursues his relentless crusade against the vampires. He has a new weaponsmith, but seeks for his original mentor Whistler (Kristofferson), retconned into a partly-vampirised captive. Soon, however, a new enemy threatens humans and vampires alike.
“The power of an immortal. The soul of a human. The heart of a hero.”
Directed by Stephen Norrington Starring Wesley Snipes, Stephen Dorff, Kris Kristofferson and N’Bushe Wright
In a world where vampires rule from the shadows, making deals and controlling multinational businesses, only a handful of hunters oppose them. Blade (Snipes) is one such hunter, a hybrid with the powers of a vampire but not their weaknesses. When vampire radical Deacon Frost (Dorff) threatens all out war with humanity, only Blade can stop him.