The Gist: A religious man joins with a group of demon hunters to destroy evil.
Clarification: Blade if he was played by a bulked up Dr. Ben Carson does lots of randomness is the long story short of it. The movie does threaten to actually have things happen during it but in all reality the dull talking parts are way better than the fighting parts anyway so be grateful it really doesn't.
In fact, the acting is so terrible and the dialogue is so awkward that the film is actually quite enjoyable. Normally I can't stand amateur film maker plot A.D.D. but with the above description I couldn't wait to see what goofy randomness would come with the next scene (and if you expect any explanation or closure to any of the storylines I'm warning you now there isn't).
|Why is she green?, Why did she become a zombie when no one else in the film did and what will become of her now that she is one? These and other questions will be completely ignored by this film.|
Selling Point: 80% of the cast is attractive women. Mostly asian and latina basically telling us this was filmed in the "urban" parts of Chicago.
Female Vampire Factor: Pretty much non existent after the films beginning. You have them as random henchman attempting to attack the main character Victor when he's first learning of their existence but none of the main characters seem to represent them so they disappear as the plot development goes on.