There will be plenty of the red stuff spilled in Blood: The Last Vampire, a live-action adaptation of the cult 2001 anime, though oddly enough, none of the damage is caused by vampires. Instead, it's a 400-year-old samurai named Saya (forever 16 in the flesh) who's responsible for most of the bloodletting. Charged with ridding the world of demons and vampires, she slashes her way through all manner of supernatural adversaries in this peculiar blend of horror tropes and Hong Kong action devices. Western prospects look slim, though the pic is polished enough to suck in genre fans back East.
The internationally executed project cuts a wider swath than the material might suggest: Staged in China and Argentina by French helmer Chris Nahon (Kiss of the Drago...
Bad Script, awful CGI and even worse acting
This film is really not worth seeing. The main character, Saya, has the majority of her lines dubbed. The CGI blood looks like someone has smeared on red poster paint. The script is full a mistakes and generally doesn't make any sense. The acting is garbage except for the lead when she is acting in Japanese other than that it is pretty awful across the while cast. DO NOT WASTE A RENTAL ON THIS RUBBISH.
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