Trivia: At the end of the film, Rush is killed by Blade, who is hiding behind the curtain at a peep-show booth. In the 1996 film "The Crow: City of Angels", the lead character Ashe surprises a villain in the same manner. Both films were written by David S. Goyer. Goyer had disowned "The Crow: City of Angels" however, due to studio-enforced edits, and decided to re-use the scene in this film.
Trivia: As well as the Scud and del Toro Hellboy connections, Ron Perlman, who plays Reinhardt, plays Hellboy, and Mike Mignola, creator of Hellboy, helped create the look of Blade II as a concept artist. Del Toro and Mignola got together during the making of Blade II to talk about making Hellboy into a movie.
Trivia: During the ending of the film, when we see Rush in the sex shop, pay close attention to the... *ahem*... dildos on the counter in front of him. Eagle-eyed viewers will notice that one of the dildos is actually the elongated tongue of one of the "Reaper" vampires seen throughout the film. It was left a generic "fleshy" color to help it blend in with the dildos on the counter, but it's there.
Trivia: Luke Goss plays the villain Nomak. Six year later, he would play the villain Prince Nuada in "Blade II" director Guillermo del Toro's "Hellboy II: The Golden Army." Both characters have some notable similarities, including pale skin, the fact they both kill their fathers, and the fact that their sisters team up with the heroes.
Trivia: In the original script by David S. Goyer, the Reapers were much larger, more intricate in design and had many more monstrous features. Director Guillermo del Toro eventually reworked them into being much simpler creatures that were similar to regular vampires save for their pale skin and split jaws. He felt this made them scarier since they could blend in better.