Two Clips from Blood: The Last Vampire

Mondays are usually pretty blah. It’s for THAT very reason we sat on these latest clips from Chris Nahon’s Blood: The Last Vampire until today! Get ready for a little sword-swinging demon fighting to go with the usual complaining about your job and clock watching!

On the surface Saya is a stunning 16-year-old girl, but that youthful exterior hides the tormented soul of a 400-year-old “halfling”. Born to a human father and a vampire mother, she has for centuries been a loner, obsessed with using her samurai skills to rid the world of vampires, all the while knowing that she herself can survive only on blood like those she hunts.

When she is sent to an American military base in Tokyo by the clandestine organization for whom she works, Saya immediately senses that this may be her opportunity to finally destroy Onigen, the evil patriarch of all vampires. Using her superhuman strength and her sword, she begins to rid the base of its evil infestation in a series of spectacular and elaborate showdowns. However, it is not until she forms her first human friendship in centuries with the young daughter of the base’s general that Saya learns her greatest power over Onigen may well be her ability to make a human connection.

For more, including a list of theatres where you can see Blood: The Last Vampire when it hits the States, visit the official site.

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Steve Barton

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  • Avid Fan

    Hmmmm…I liked the short animated film, but the vamp creature looks goofy, why do films keep changing what is already an interesting and original idea to something as plain as a gray body with fangs and wings. Did the makers of this film not see the animated flick? The vampire things have huge lanky bodies with elongated faces. If your going the cgi rout, why not match the cartoon? Frustration sets in like rigor mortise.