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Rachel Marshall 1 year ago
Remains the only film I’ve ever walked out of the cinema screen during.
Jaya Wardono over 7 years ago
Not as great as the Animated movie
Iulia M over 2 years ago
Shana Beale almost 3 years ago
Deanna Colt over 3 years ago
Phetcharat over 4 years ago
Rizka Amelia over 5 years ago
Jay Sanders over 5 years ago
Kiki 6 years ago
fantasist over 6 years ago
Emma Todd - Westbury over 6 years ago
Astrid Jørgensen over 6 years ago
Nivekian Konsolate over 6 years ago
Bogi Poulsen almost 7 years ago
Erik Pufahl 7 years ago
Emil Holm 7 years ago
Kara Zonbi 7 years ago
Andrew Hill 7 years ago
Blood: The Last Vampire, released in Japan as Last Blood (ラスト・ブラッド, Rasuto Buraddo), is a 2009 horror-action film, a Hong Kong-French-British co-production; it is the remake of the 2000 anime film of the same name. Directed by Chris Nahon and co-produced by French company Pathé and Hong Kong company Edko with the blessing of Production I.G, the English-language film was released in Japan and other Asian markets on May 29, 2009. It was released in the United Kingdom on June 26, 2009 and saw a limited release to theaters in the United States starting on July 10, 2009. The film focuses on a half-human, half-vampire girl named Saya (Gianna Jun) who hunts full-blooded vampires in partnership with humans and seeks to destroy Onigen, the most powerful of vampires. A young woman in the train eyes a nervous jittery man. In a flash, he is chased down the train and the young woman slices him in half. The young woman casually steps out of the train and is identified as Saya (Gianna Jun), a four...
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