Blood: The Last Vampire Opening Day Locations

Chris Nahon’s Blood – The Last Vampire is one of the genre’s most anticipated flicks this year, and we’re getting closer to its limited US release on July 10th.

Unsurprisingly, Samuel Goldwyn Films looks to be taking a conservative strategy with this release, giving the big cities first crack at the bloody carnage that’s bound to be spilling all over the screen. No word on whether or not it’ll go wider, but find the city closest to you below:

Los Angeles – Mann Chinese 6 / Hollywood, CA & University Town Center 6 / Irvine, CA

Chicago – Landmark’s Century Centre Cinema / Chicago, IL

San Diego – Hillcrest Cinemas / San Diego, CA

Seattle – Varsity Theatre / Seattle, WA

Boston – Kendall Square Cinema / Cambridge, MA & Embassy Cinema / Waltham, MA

DC – E Street Cinema / Washington DC

San Francisco – Metreon 15 / San Francisco, CA & Shattuck Cinemas 10 / Berkeley, CA

Honolulu – Kahala Theatres 8 / Honolulu, HI & Pearlridge West 16 / Aiea, HI

Dallas – Magnolia Theatres / Dallas, TX

Houston – Angelika Film Center / Houston, TX

Vegas – Village Square 18 / Las Vegas, NV

New York – Empire 25 Theatres / New York, NY & Village Theatre 7 / New York, NY

For more, visit the official site.

Smokin' Hot One Sheet: Blood: The Last Vampire


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  • Emy

    SD is getting is. Yay!!!

  • Terminal

    This was a really good movie, but I prefer the animated movie.

  • Dr Malachi Constant

    Seen this one, and I recommend it wholeheartedly. Tons of bad-ass action and cgi that’s so-bad-it’s good (coming off looking much less like cgi and much more like old school Harryhausen-esque claymation. Or, maybe that’s just the effect I got from the shitty bootleg I watched.) Sure, the story’s a little hokey, but it’s from Japan – so, what do you expect?