The third, and I imagine the final installment in the Blade saga, is Blade Trinity... which finds Wesley Snipes once again playing the half-man, half-vampire, daywalker known as Blade. His fight against the vampires intensifies in this one, as he finds himself face-to-face with the ultimate vampire himself, Dracula... or Drake as he is known here. Not only is Blade facing the world's first vampire... but he also is being pursued by the FBI after he is caught on video inadvertently killing a human. However, not all of the agents are on the up and up... some of them are familiars that work with the vampires.In his battles, Blade finds that he is not alone. Whistler has a bad-ass daughter (Jessica Biel) who finds herself in the midst of the vampire fray as she helps Blade in his confrontation with Drake. Her group of merry vamp killers is working on a bio-weapon that is designed to kill vampires. The catch is that they have to inject it into Drake to start a trickle-down effect to kill the other vampires... and he is not a pushover.While this film falls short of the first two in the series, I still thought it was fairly entertaining. The mix of horror and action again makes for a fast paced romp through the vampire world. The effects were stunning, the acting was pretty good... and the fight scenes were well choreographed. Fans of the Blade series should enjoy this. If you saw Blade and Blade II, then you should probably see this as well.