Blade: Trinity (2004)
Making-Of Documentary of the Film
The classic Dracula story is discussed at length by many characters
The theme from A Summer Place is playing when Abigail and Hannibal run out from the police station
Abby has a shoe-knife similar to Colonel Klebb
Death scene for an important assistant to the main villain, using electrocution on a fence
Daystar, the anti-vampire weapon, is named after the production company of Incubus
Both Paul & Abigail pretend to be a helpless predestinations in a subway to lure attackers into a trap (where in they end up being shot)
Blade said "I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore!"
The line "I think we got ourselves a convoy" spoken by one vampire and Kris Kristofferson driving a truck like he did as Rubber Duck in "Convoy"
Hannibal King's quote about the Nightstalkers' name
Drake and the dogs have Predator mouths
One of the young vampires who attack Abby in the beginning of the movie is wearing a The Lost Boys T-shirt.
Sommerfield reads a Braille edition of passages about the Nome King's attack on Oz
Before Whistler dies he flips off the FBI agents, which is the last thing John Nana did before dying in They Live
references to Vampire Final Solution; "Use it"
Both titles have a character named "Dr. Eli Vance".
referenced in clue in "Vampire Slayers" category
A billboard is visible.
Kirby and one of the detectives discover information regarding this film's rating in an MPAA member's garbage
Ventrells gun is the same one used by Ryan Reynolds in Blade Trinity
Referenced by name
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film as he reflects on classic vampire films and more recents takes on the genre
Blade movies mentioned by Tracy
Jay mentions that Jessica Biel was in the film
"That's for Blade Trinity."
contestants must match the lead actress of the film to the villain
"He just read the script to Blade Trinity..."
Mentioned in quoted news article
A character watches part of this movie on a TV.
Several of the sets from Stargate: Atlantis were reused as-is in the the movie Blade: Trinity (2004).
a clip is shown in a montage of Jessica Biel's films
Screenplay Cliché segment
movie is reviewed