"Blade Trinity" is the third installment of the "Blade" action-horror movie series. "Blade" is based on a comic book character that was first introduced in 1973. The title character is part human and part vampire. Vampires refer to him as the "day walker" because of his ability to withstand exposure to sunlight. He has a combination of the physical strengths of both humans and vampires. Blade is played by Wesley Snipes. He is trained by a man named Whistler (Kris Kristofferson) to find and destroy vampires. The film is directed by comic book film adaption writer David Goyer, who had never directed a film before. Goyer wrote the screenplay for the first two "Blade" films and later went on to co-write the Christopher Nolan-directed Dark Knight Trilogy. In this installment, Blade teams up with two new allies, the leaders of an anti-vampire group called the Nightstalkers, after he is taken into custody following the death of his mentor. The general public believes that Blade is a psychopathic murderer. They are not aware that vampires exist. Blade's new partners are Hannibal King (Ryan Reynolds) and Abigail Whistler (Jessica Biel). The three warriors team up to take down the ancient Drake (Dominic Purcell) and his evil gang of vampires. Drake's allies include Jarko Grimwood (Triple H) and Asher Talos (Callum Keith Rennie). Drake has pure vampire DNA because he is the first and oldest vampire. He is based on the character of Dracula. The film climaxes with a violent final confrontation between Blade and Drake. "Blade: Trinity" is filled with gory vampire action. Moviegoers who enjoy vampire flicks and action movies will likely be interested in viewing this film. It completes the "Blade" trilogy, but the saga was later continued in a television series.