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Blade: House of Chthon [2006] (1 disc)

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Director:Peter O'Fallon
Writer:David S. Goyer
Geoff Johns
Composer:Ramin Djawadi
Length:88 minutes
(1 hour 28 minutes)
MPAA Rating:TV-MA
Sorting Category:Susp/Hor
IMDB Rating:6.7/10
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  • Fantasy
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Synopsis: Blade joins forces with Krista Starr to help her get revenge on an evil vampire who killed her fraternal twin brother.


Reaction: This was the beginning of the short-lived Blade TV series. There are a few interesting ideas they could work with for a series, but overall, it just kind of makes for a slowish "movie".


Personal Rating: 5/10

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Peter O'Fallon => Director
David S. Goyer => Writer
Geoff Johns => Writer
Ramin Djawadi => Composer
Adrian Hough => Winston Haupt (uncredited)
Bill Mondy => Det. Brian Boone
Chuck Liddell => Graft (as Charles Liddell)
David Kopp => Zack Starr
David Palffy => Fritz
Don Thompson => Uncle Pat McCallum
G. Michael Gray => Danny Milano
Heather Doerksen => Kat
Jessica Gower => Chase
Jessica Lee => Sherri
Jill Wagner => Krista Starr
John Tench => Lord Verdelet (uncredited)
Neil Jackson => Marcus Van Sciver
Nelson Lee => Shen
P. Lynn Johnson => Lisa Starr
Quinn Lord => Young Zack
Randy Quaid => Melvin Caylo (uncredited)
Sanaa Lathan => Vanessa Brooks (uncredited) (archive footage)
Sticky Fingaz => Blade (as Kirk 'Sticky' Jones)

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • Wesley Snipes was offered the chance to reprise his role as Blade but declined.
  • Randy Quaid's character references his colleague Marc Spectre as an expert on werewolves. In Marvel's Comics Universe, Marc Spector is the masked vigilante known as MOON KNIGHT. Comic book writer and Hollywood vet Geoff Johns, who also serves as series consultant and co-wrote the pilot with David S. Goyer has said "We'd love to have Moon Knight show up in the series"
  • Pilot was rated TV-MA for graphic violence and language.