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aka: Blade II

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Fridge Brilliance

  • In Blade II, Scud is ordered by the bloodpack to hold open a reaper's mandibles while they're dissecting it. Scud is reluctant, but Blade calls him a "sissy" so he goes ahead with it. It seems out of character for Blade to back a bit of vampire bullying in favor of his human companion, but the end reveals that Blade knows that Scud is a double agent, so he doesn't really gives a damn about Scud.
  • In Blade: Trinity, Dracula/Drake has a One-Winged Angel form. One of the more noticable features of said form? His jaw splits open. It seems Damiskinos was closer than he thought to making a "perfect vampire".

Fridge Horror

  • In Blade, the zombie-like vampire and ex-boyfriend of Karen, Dr. Curtis Webb, is never killed in the final battle. He's still down there.
  • In Blade II, the gene splicing that turned Nomak from a regular vampire into a super-powered Reaper also leave him in constant, agonizing pain. Now consider the movie also stresses that because regular vampires can regenerate most damage, they have a much higher pain threshold than humans - to the point that vampires are seen kissing and masturbating with razors. So for Nomak, a vampire turned into a Reaper, to state that he is in unbearable agony, he must be experiencing an almost unimaginable level of pain.

Fridge Logic

  • Deacon Frost's plan is to summon the Blood God, which will turn all humans into vampires. Why would a vampire want to do that? It would be like a lion turning all its prey into lions. If everyone in the world is a vampire, who will the vampires feed on?
    • It was originally explained that he keeps refrigerated humans to feed on, but this was dropped for being too expensive. It was realised in Blade: Trinity.

Alternative Title(s): Blade Trinity, Blade II