Blade (1998)

28 corrected entries

Corrected entry: At the beginning of the movie, Dr. Curtis Webb does not have a British accent. Later towards the end of the movie, when Karen is thrown into the pit with him, he is a zombie vampire with British accent.


Correction: He doesn't have a British accent when he's a zombie-vampire. His entire body is deteriorating and at this point his voice is very froggy, possibly indicating that his vocal chords are irreparably damaged. Additionally, the actor portraying this character is American, so there's not really any logical reason an American character played by an American actor would suddenly have a British accent.

Serious B

Corrected entry: Near the end when Blade and Frost are fighting, Frost jumps into the air and his shoes are black. Blade then throws serum into Frost and Frost falls back down, but when he's falling, his shoes are black and white trainers.


Correction: They are not white, it's sunlight.

Corrected entry: When Blade is rescuing Karen from the hospital, the police mistakenly believe he is kidnapping her and proceed to open fire on him while he is carrying her, and then again when he jumps to the rooftop across the street. Police officers would not fire freely at a suspect when his supposed hostage is in such close proximity due to the obvious risk of accidentally shooting the hostage.

Serious B

Correction: Blade mentions later to Karen that the vampires own "half of downtown" and we also see that at least one cop is a familiar. So it's not unlikely that the cops in the hospital are also familiars and know who Blade is, and therefore have little regard for any "hostage" of his.

Corrected entry: When the blood trails from the corners of the ceiling of the Temple of Arabus, it leaves long lines as it moves to the center of the ceiling's dome, yet for some reason, all the blood trails (after connecting in the center) detach from the corners, and form just one drop. Blood is blood, including Blade's, so there should have been at least minute traces of where the blood had run.


Correction: Since the temple's ceiling was built for this purpose, it likely had some sort of coating on it (beeswax or somesuch) that kept the blood from clinging to it. That way every trace of the blood released from the Daywalker would reach the vessel for La Magra.


Corrected entry: While driving the car, Blade says something to Karen but there's no audio to his voice.



Correction: People often mutter things under their breath and it is inaudible to others. You see it all the time, for example someone doing something stupid on a subway, others looking on will shake their heads and mutter, but not be heard by others around them.

Corrected entry: When Frost throws the little girl onto the road, Blade grabs her before the vehicle hits her. Why doesn't the vehicle stop and why isn't anybody around shocked or amazed?

Correction: I can't count how many times I have seen near miss accidents and the other drivers continue on as if nothing has happened, including the drivers that were nearly involved in the accident. We don't know if others around were shocked or amazed, they very well could have been. People don't usually show emotion or react until after the initial shock wears off.

Corrected entry: At the very beginning when the guy and the vampire woman are riding in the car, the vampire woman's facial expression changes between shots.



Correction: Nothing unusual about that. People constantly change their expressions, and it doesn't take a long time to do so.

Corrected entry: At the end of the first fight scene when Blade has nailed Quinn to the wall, why doesn't he disintegrate having been nailed to the wall with the silver stakes as other vampires had before?

Correction: Blade himself expresses surprise at having difficulty killing Quinn, and says that silver's not worked before, hence trying fire this time. He would have stayed around to check the job was finished but the police showed up.

Jon Sandys

Corrected entry: In the scene where Blade is fighting all the vampires before he goes to fight Frost at the end, he defeats them all with his hands or a weapon that was lying around, but none of his weapons. Then, when he pulls out his sword and twirls it around, they evaporate as if he killed them with a silver bullet or sword. But that wouldn't happen, since he didn't use any of his weapons?

Correction: When he twirls the sword around, it is possible that he did that in order to ensure the death of the vampires that are lying around nearby.

Corrected entry: When Whistler busts into the vampire library to rescue Blade and Karen, he opens up with an MP5SD6 which is a silenced/suppressed machine gun. Problem is, the gun is as loud as an un-silenced weapon.

Correction: When a silencer is used, it is only good for a few shots. Its uses decline rapidly after about 10 shots. Whistler might have forgotten that he had used this gun before, and forgot to change the silencer. He is, after all, a fallible human like the rest of us.

Corrected entry: If Whistler said that Blade and he were not trying to take this war to the streets, how come Blade takes out a gun on the streets and starts shooting at the fake policeman working for Frost?

Correction: Blade doesn't seem to really care about the 'sugar coated world' and is more focused on killing vampires and their human servants. Frost is a particular obsession for both Whistler and Blade so its possible that Blade's only objective is finding and killing Frost, regardless of how he does it.

Corrected entry: At the end of the first major fight scene, Blade nails Quinn to a wall and sets him on fire. Firemen then put him out, and Quinn's new dummy body wobbles from the minute force of the fire extinguishers.


Correction: He's supposed to be twitching from the extreme damage done to him.

Grumpy Scot

Corrected entry: At the end when Blade defeats Frost, Frost (who has turned into the Blood God) explodes and splatters blood all over the place. But there is no blood on the walls in the next scene.


Correction: Frost is a vampire, and throughout the film whenever bits fall of vampires bodies they disintegrate into ash. Surely this would explain why there is no blood on the walls, because it is probably ash on the floor.

Corrected entry: In the scene where Frost is talking to the senior, pure blood vampires he says that they shouldn't make deals with humans: "For God's sake, these people are our food." However, when he's telling Karen about the "Blood God" he says that everyone in its path will be instantly turned. If that happens, where would the vampires get their food?

Correction: Going by what Frost says at other times, and by other vampire movies, they probably could survive off animals. There's also a deleted scene showing that some humans will be kept alive in freezers to provide blood.

Corrected entry: When Drs. Jenson and Webb are looking at vampire blood on their monitor, the molecules are moving around in a liquid state. This would mean the doctors put a drop of the blood directly under the microscope. This method is antiquated and is not the routine procedure that has been in use for well over a hundred years. When blood is prepared for microscopic examination, it is smeared, dried, and stained on slides.

Jon Nicholas

Correction: This is vampire blood, however. As revealed far earlier in the movie (when Karen was saying that the cells were bi-convex, which was "impossible"), vampire blood is drastically different from human. Who knows how many differences the two have?


Corrected entry: Frost is running his computer translation of the vampire bible because "it is a dead language" - yet when Blade shows the scrap of vampiric bible to Whistler, he is able to read it no problem - it doesn't make sense that Whistler can read it when the pure-blood council members cannot.


Correction: It makes sense that perhaps over Whistler's years of hunting for vampires, he may have done heavy research, which included some of the decyphering of the "dead language" of ancient vampires. Latin, after all, is a "dead language," and is spoken all the time; in this case, the language used in the Book of Erebus is just long unused, and Frost was using a quick means of not deciphering, but translating.


Corrected entry: It's well established in the film that when a vampire dies both the body and the clothing he/she is wearing combust into ash. How then was Blade able to get his sunglasses back from the guy wearing them at the end of the film? Since they were still on his head when he died (check it for yourself, they only fly off after he's an ashen heap)they surely would've combusted as well.


Correction: Likely Blade's shades are made of something much stronger and more durable than regular plastic sun glasses, he is after all a Vampire slayer.

Sol Parker

Corrected entry: In the hospital in the beginning, Blade gets shot in the back several times by cops. But when he jumps out the window and onto the roof, the holes in the back of his jacket are gone completely. He had been shot earlier that night at the rave and got holes in his jacket. They disappeared, too.

Correction: We don't get a good enough look at the back of his jacket after he's been shot to tell if the holes are gone or not.


Corrected entry: In the opening sequence, we see a woman dancing in a long white jacket, white bikini top and white hot-pants. However, in a matter of seconds her jacket disappears and reappears.

Correction: If you look closely, you can see her jacket draped around her elbows. This is evident in the widescreen DVD, but maybe not in the pan-and-scan version.

Corrected entry: Near the end of the film when Blade enters the building he uses two syringes of that blue stuff but then the next time you see it, it is all there. Where did these two come from?

Correction: If you look closely at the back of his arm you can see 2 empty spaces were these came from.

Corrected entry: In the scene, at the warehouse, where Blade is getting his serum, he is tied to the chair with leather straps. When Blade and Whistler notice that the Doctor is watching them, Whistler goes after her. When he corners her, and begins to talk to her, then you see Blade "float down" and appear beside her. How did he get the leather restraints off? Surely not by force, otherwise he would have popped them off when the serum was applied to his neck and he had the semi-convulsion.

Correction: To avoid being helpless if vampires attacked when Blade was getting the serum, he would have designed the chair so he couldn't rip himself free with brute force but still be able to get out if he wanted.

Corrected entry: In the scene where Frost is holding the little girl hostage he is wearing a band-aid. Vampires are supposed to be able to regenerate.

Correction: If you listen to when he has the girl hostage in his flat, she mocks him by saying that he cannot regenerate as fast as he is not of pure vampire.

Corrected entry: In one scene where they show a cityscape sped up there is a picture of several tall buildings. On the middle building some black thing appears, hangs out a minute, then disappears.

Correction: It's a window cleaning gantry - nothing too complicated.

Corrected entry: When Frost and Blade meet at the park, Frost moves his finger across the little girl's face twice - one time he has a regular nail and the next he has a sharpened nail.

Correction: As Blade acts like he is going for his gun, Frost puts his hand around the girl's chin and strokes her cheek with his finger. You can see his index finger's fingernail grow in a special effect.

Corrected entry: Isn't an important part of the "La Magra" process that Blade should still be in the chamber when lightning strikes it? He's well away by that stage, but it doesn't seem to matter much.

Correction: It's only his blood that's needed, not him.

Corrected entry: Blade carries his at least five foot long sword on his back right? So how come, if you look after the fight with the cop against the police car, the next scene shows Blade sat in the front of his car, with the sword handle clearly in view behind his head. Thus where is the blade?

Correction: The sword used in Blade is less than 40 inches long, not 5 feet, easily short enough for a person around 6 feet to be able to sit in a car with the handle behind his head.

Corrected entry: When Whistler gives Blade the UV torch, even Blade who is really strong says that it's still heavy. Then in a later scene, Blade throws the torch to the girl who has little trouble catching it and carrying it around.

Correction: The point is not that the weapon is too heavy to handle, especially for Blade, but that when you are going to be fighting and moving quickly you need to be encumbered as little as is at all possible. Thus the UV weapon is not too heavy for Blade, or any normal person, to carry and use, the problem is simply that it will slow him down. (note the awkward, boxlike nature of the thing which could have been much more streamlined).

Corrected entry: Near the end of the movie when all the head Vampires are lined in a circle, one of the Vampires is talking to Arly Jover's vampire character. She gets angry at him and stabs him through the stomach with Blade's sword, then she kicks him into the wall where he turns into ashes upon impact. Now if he is one of the head vampires, wouldn't killing him effect the "La-Magra" awakening?

Correction: He wasn't one of the important ones



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Blade: You better wake up. The world you live in is just a sugar coated topping. There is another world beneath it. The real world. And if you want to survive it, you better learn to pull the trigger.



When Frost has the head pure-blood vampire on the beach, after he pulls out his first vampire tooth you see blood all over his mouth, but when it shows the closeup of him pulling out the other tooth, there is no blood.



In the Marvel Comic series where the characters originate from, Deacon Frost was actually an elder man, and an alchemist who dabbled in vampirism and - via one of his experiments - turned himself into a unique vampire who could create doppelgangers of his victims.