Coochy-coo, aka, in defense of Blade the 3rd
BLADE TRINITY is incoherent and stupid, but it’s also funny, entertaining, and more thoughtful than it needs to be.
Blade just wants to be loved
In 2002, Guillermo del Toro, then a 36-year-old fresh off directing The Devil’s Backbone, one of his seminal Spanish-language works, began work on his first blockbuster. It was a sequel to Blade, a vampire movie that burst onto the scene in 1998 with the most exciting black superhero we had seen in ages (or at
Vyce Looks back at this classic with new eyes
It is difficult to quantify just how important Blade is, not just for comic book movies, but film in general. Even now there is still refusal to recognize its impact and its place in history. Some dismiss it via technicality as “not really a comic book movie”, while others fail to see the deeper thematic