A hip-hop, ex-con returns to his former neighborhood and must team up with a group of vampire hunter-killers to rid the area of vampires whom have taken over the area.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Carroll Jr. ...
Malik Burke ...
Jenicia Garcia ...
Randy Clarke ...
Krystal Hill ...
Vampyros (as Anju McIntyre)
Back Away Guard
Kareema Bey ...
Female Vampire
Chris Fraley ...
1st Hunter Victim
Ian A. Lawrence ...
1st Lt. Hunter
Rodney Steele ...
Leather-clad Hunter


A hip-hop, ex-con returns to his former neighborhood and must team up with a group of vampire hunter-killers to rid the area of vampires whom have taken over the area.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


Brothaz in blood.


Crime | Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive language, sexual references and violence




Release Date:

21 September 2004 (USA)  »

Box Office


$100,000 (estimated)

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This Blade is dull.
6 December 2004 | by (DC (US)) – See all my reviews

Generally, even in the worst of films, I can find something positive to say - i.e. with 30 Years To Life, it had a good plot, with several unbelievable aspects to it, but it was good overall with decent acting. Like most viewers, I got sucked in by the box art, which promised a Blade-esque Black vampire flick. Well this movie is no Blade. This movie isn't even a *dull* Blade. This is easily one of the worst movies I have seen this year.

The nicest thing I can say about it is that the music was pretty good - generally Hip-Hop soundtracks are limited at best, but the songs fit the movie well. Also, I really *liked* the in-jail sequence early in the movie, although the way it was shot makes it seem the character was only in jail in his mind (or its the world's least populated jail).

Which makes the rest of the movie that much harder to bear. After the decent setup (the two main characters hit-and-run a girl after a botched robbery) the movie goes downhill, with bad special effects (forgivable with good writing/plot - see the Doctor Who TV series), bad writing (the interrogation scene with the baseball being the one exception - small flash of brilliance there!), bad editing (wait is he going up the stairs? down the stairs? Is there a room *on* the stairs, wait, somebody is shooting? What happened to the other guy on the stairs?), inane character actions(he gets the bling and WALKS DOWN THE STREET WITH IT *boggle*), unintentionally comical scenes (when the main vampire gets exposed to sunlight and dam near does the Harlem Shake or the levitating wheelchair scene at the end that should have been very emotional - and *would* have been in a better-written movie), feeble attempts at comic relief (the character that helped the main vampire or the throwaway line about the rap song when the two Vampire-hunter characters are in the car), horribly-shot action scenes (the final blurry, mis-edited fight scene) *sigh*

Look, just avoid this one like the plague. I hope that the filmmakers take the time to study some more action flicks and improve their craft

  • I saw some good ideas at work in this movie, but they were ruined by

really really really faulty execution.

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