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Wesley Snipes is back as the ultimate vampire hunter, joining forces with the Nightstalkers, a clan of human vampire hunters, against the powerful villain Danica Talos.

Talos has resurrected a man known as 'Drake' (he was once known as 'Dracula') from a century-long sleep, in the hopes of gaining world control for all vampires. Blade and the Nightstalkers must unleash a virus that will kill all vampires but have only once chance to make it work.

Trinity also stars Jessica Biel as Abigail, the daughter of Whistler (Kris Kristofferson), who inherits the vampire-slaying duties that once belonged to Blade (Wesley Snipes); and Ryan Reynolds (National Lampoon's Van Wilder) as hannibal King, one of the Nightstalkers.
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This film is great!
although the reviews wernt fantastic, i actually enjoyed this more than 1 and 2

good movie, great price
Worth it just for Jessica Biel's "performance" and Ryan Reynolds is funny as hell.

Snipes was just an ar$e during the making of this movie - preferred him in 'Major League'.
This film is so bad. You can tell that Snipes wasn't interested in it at all.

I've seen it once and you couldn't pay me to watch it again.
Bad film (I loved the first 2), but I suppose it might be worth it if you need to complete your Blade DVD collection.

Just try not to retch too much at the blatant Ipod product placement.
Im not voting, the film is better in the directors cut. Best of the 3 imo too.
Reynolds is definately the best thing in it. His foul-mouthed humour works so well.

Snipes should the grateful. Surely this franchise is the only thing keeping him in the public eye and in decent pay cheques unless he thinks those straight-to-dvd sniper/assassin movies are a great legacy to leave.

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