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Description: a hilt, sized for a human hand, on one end and a blue ball of light about a foot away on the other (the ball can be extended out another two feet, or brought in to a minimum of three inches).  Connecting the two is a green line. Blade is designed pretty explicitly to not function if dropped, thrown, or ingeniously placed so as to eventually cause havoc, up to and including having it burrow down to the Earth’s core, while in the process causing a supervolcanic eruption that ends up destroying civilization in North America.  Yes, somebody tried that.


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‘Blade – Blood Rave.’

OK, I was just going to put up the techno music from Blade, but you don’t want to see ten minutes of that.



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So they’re talking about remaking Blade.

…OK, let’s maybe do something else, here.  I have a strange proposal, here: why don’t they just re-release Blade in theaters?  Clean it up, digitize it, do whatever it is that the computer wizards do. Then brazenly announce that the old sequels never happened and then do entirely new sequels that start up the story where the first Blade left off.

Because let’s be honest: there’s no point in redoing Blade.  You’re not going to get a better movie than the original.  But you can get a better movie than the original sequels, so let’s go with that.

Moe Lane

PS: No, Wesley Snipes would not be playing Blade in the sequels.  Embrace that. Lampshade it.  So what? Give Wesley points in the re-release of the first one, and he’ll probably be just fine with that.

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Opening to Blade.


It’s technically Confusion (Pump Panel Reconstruction Mix) [Explicit], from the first Blade movie… and I still don’t know what I think about that series.  When it was on, it was on.

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Blade Opening Techno. (NSFW)

Kind of stretching a point, because it’s only marginally a music video:

…but if can you accept the rather absurd premise that any of that was a proper way to hunt vampires then it’s pretty darn good.  I have a soft spot in my heart for Blade anyway, and I’m not sure why.

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