When it comes to buying horror movies on Blu-ray, we have one issue; we already own so many horror movies on DVD, that upgrading them all to Blu-ray would cost a small fortune. There are some titles that we have to own in the best format available however, and so we open to you our Blu-ray Archives which consist of what we consider to be Must Own Horror Blu-ray's.
Blade (1998), Blade II (2002), Blade: Trinity (2004)New Line Cinema/Warner Bros./Warner Bros.
Disks:All single, 50 GB discs
Video: MPEG-4 AVC
Audio: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1/6.1/7.1
Subtitles: Various, differing for each release.
Lots of people like the first two, but many seemed to hate on the third one, Blade: Trinity. We loved Trinity. The addition of Ryan Reynolds and his brand of snark, and the hotness of Jessica Biel suited us just fine. They're movies about vampire hunting, we're not expecting Shakespeare here.
Also, if you own one movie in a trilogy, you pretty much have to own them all. It makes us crazy to have just one. Luckily for us, all three movies are good enough to own.
|Blade is a bad mofo. Can you dig it?|
|Del Toro's Blade II is our fave. The man is a genius.|
- Featurette "La Magra", including the original ending
- Featurette "Designing Blade"
- Featurette "The Origins of Blade"
- Featurette "The Blood Tide"
- "House of Erebus", information about the different vampire houses
- Pencil sketches through production designs
- 5.1 isolated score
- Deleted/alternate scenes with director commentary
- A Pact in Blood: interactive collection of documentaries
- Director's Notebook: Interactive reproduction of director's notes with an introduction by Del Toro
- Art gallery
- Music video: Cypress Hill and Roni Size "Child of the Wild West"
- Blade 2 videogame survival guide
- DVD-ROM: Script to screen, hot spot
- Widescreen and full-screen versions of the R-rated film
- 16-part behind-the-scenes documentary "Daywalkers, Nightstalkers & Familiars: Inside the World of Blade: Trinity"
- Alternate ending
- Blooper reel
- Goyer on Goyer: The writer interviews the director
- Galleries: VFX progression and weapons
- Theatrical trailer
|Blade: Bitch Hunter. *Title aptly applies to both of them, actually.|