Blade Review

Fight, rest, fight again. Lots of pumping blood and superhuman feats power this Wesley Snipes-as-half-vampire flick above the norm. Hardly mind food, this is The Lost Boys gone urban.


Facts and Figures

Run time: 120 mins

In Theaters: Friday 21st August 1998

Box Office Worldwide: $112.6M

Budget: $45M

Distributed by: New Line Cinema

Production compaines: Marvel Studios, New Line Cinema, Amen Ra Films, Imaginary Forces

Reviews 3.5 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 55%
Fresh: 47 Rotten: 38

IMDB: 7.1 / 10

Cast & Crew

Starring: as Blade, as Deacon Frost, as Whistler, N'Bushe Wright as Karen, as Quinn, as Dragonetti, as Mercury, as Racquel, Kevin Patrick Walls as Krieger, as Curtis Webb, as Vanessa, Eric Edwards as Pearl, Donna Wong as Nurse, Carmen Thomas as Senior Resident, Shannon Lee as Resident, Kenny Johnson as Heatseeking Dennis, Clint Curtis as Creepy Morgue Guy, Judson Scott as Pallantine, Sidney S. Liufau as Japanese Doorman, Keith Leon Williams as Kam, Andray Johnson as Paramedic, Stephen R. Peluso as Paramedic, Marcus Aurelius as Pragmatic Policeman, John Enos III as Blood Club Bouncer, Eboni 'Chrystal' Adams as Martial Arts Kid, Lyle Conway as Lyle Conway, Freeman White as Menacing Stud, D.V. DeVincentis as Vampire Underling, Marcus Salgado as Frost's Goon, Esau McKnight Jr. as Frost's Goon, Erl Van Douglas as Von Esper, as Crease, Lennox Brown as Pleading Goon, Yvette Ocampo as Party Girl, Irena Stepic as Slavic Vampire Lord, Jenya Lano as Russian Woman, Levan Uchaneishvili as Russian Vampire, Richard 'Dr.' Baily as Cardboard cut-out in Subway, Nikki DiSanto as Vampire Victim, Ryan Glorioso as Blood Bath Vampire, Jeff Imada as Henchman (uncredited), Elliott James as Blood Club (uncredited), as Vampire (uncredited), Gerald Okamura as Vampire (uncredited), Frankie Ray as Vampire Lord (uncredited), Carrie Seeley as Woman in Elevator (uncredited), Beth Theriac as Woman in Elevator (uncredited), Ted King as Vampire at rave (uncredited)