Blade II (2002)

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Blade forms an uneasy alliance with the vampire council in order to combat the Reapers, who are feeding on vampires.

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  • Norman Reedus stars as "Scud" in New Line Cinema's action thriller, BLADE II.

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22 March 2002 | MisterWhiplash
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| A sequel that does everything in it's power to top the original and it comes to being as good.
Blade 2 takes what made the first Blade film good and transforms it into a different country with different characters (outside of Blade and Whistler) and a possibly deeper feel, and it works without going into the bad sequel range.

This time, the vampires Blade (Wesley Snipes) has been hunting down for so many years want to make a truce so that he can help them kill a new breed of monsters called reapers, which if you want a brief description are creatures that look like half vampires half zombies and half, whatever, with a chin that opens up a big damn mouth that before attacking it's prey could resemble a mini-sarlac pit (star wars reference). Blade reluctantly agrees, knowing full well that the vampires could turn on him and Whistler if things go wrong.

Overall, Blade 2, for the fans of the first one, will not dissapoint them. It contains enough imaginativeness and gore effects to brighten the most down of horror film and comic book enthusiasts. The film also contains some of the best makeup I've seen in a while in a horror movie. A-

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Trivia

The original script contained a sex scene between Blade and Nyssa.


Quotes

Scud: You heard Cue Ball, right? Pretty soon, they're all gonna be daywalkers, man. When that happens, I'd rather be a pet than cattle.


Goofs

When Rush is charging at Blade on the motorcycle he dodges Blade's weapon and Blade is crouching at the end of the alley. In the next shot Blade is standing and spins into a crouching position to catch his weapon.


Crazy Credits

The background of the "New Line Cinema" logo is red instead of the traditional black and blue light background.


Alternate Versions

The New Line Platinum Series DVD contains several deleted scenes, including: An extended opening scene establishing Prague. A flashback sequence showing Blade's first encounter with Whistler, part of which can be seen in the film's title credits. An extended version of the ninja fight in the warehouse, with Blade using some fencing tactics to keep Asad at bay. A scene of Whistler shying away from the growing daylight outside. An alternate take of Blade's first meeting with Damaskinos, with Damaskinos wearing, according to Guillermo del Toro, a "Michael Bolton wig". A scene in which Damaskinos explains the effects vampirism has had on him. A much longer version of the House of Pain sequence, including a scene with Nyssa finding a room upstairs with a man unpacking human entrails from a box, a scene that was meant for Michael Jackson. A line by Whistler about "the power of the pussy" A Bloodpack "meeting" of sorts, with Chupa attempting to urge the others to kill Blade and go after the Reapers on their own. A scene in a bathroom after the House of Pain sequence of Lighthammer discovering how far his infection with the Reaper strain has gone. An extended scene of Damaskinos' dinner and blood bath, in which he tells of the fate of his human heart. An extended scene of the lawyer's torture of Blade A "dirty" version of the final scene, in which semen is streaked on the windows that was digitally removed in the final cut of the film because test audiences complained.


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Cowboy
Written by
Eve (as Eve Jeffers), Swizz Beatz (as Kasseem Dean), Jay Jackson (as Jay 'Icepick' Jackson), Mashonda Tifrere and Fatboy Slim (as Norman Cook)
Performed by Eve & Fatboy Slim
Produced by Fatboy Slim (as Norman Cook)
Eve appears courtesy of Ruff Ryders Records / Interscope Records
Fatboy Slim appears courtesy of Astralwerks / Skint Records

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