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Lillith bathing in blood is a clear reference to Elizabeth Bathory. Elizabeth Bathory was a sixteenth to seventeenth century countess, who supposedly killed numerous young women and bathed in their blood, in an attempt to retain her youth. She, along with Vlad III the Impaler, is one of the most common historical figures to be re-imagined as a vampire in popular culture.
The blood Dane drinks was a mixture of grapefruit and cranberry juice.
Harold Perrineau was the only actor the filmmakers wanted for the role of Todd.
The sequences in the sewer tunnels were shot in the basement of an abandoned mental institution.
During publicity for the first film, Melissa George had expressed interest in reprising her role as Stella Olemaun in the sequel. According to producers, scheduling conflicts forced George to bow out and the role was recast with Kiele Sanchez.
Shot in 25 days.
All the rain in this movie is real.
The glow sticks were originally flares in the script; but were replaced by glow sticks for safety reasons.
The filmmakers only had the hotel location for two days.
The location for the hull of the oil tanker was a factory.
The scene with Stella being interrogated by Norris was filmed on the last day of shooting.

Spoilers 

The trivia item below may give away important plot points.

Stella didn't hide in a bathtub full of blood in order to defeat Lilith in the script. This moment was improvised on the day this was shot.

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