Blood: The Last Vampire

July 10th 2009
  • Action/Horror,
  • R,
  • 91 min,
  • Other
  • Cast: Gianna Jun, Allison Miller, Masiela Lusha, JJ Feild, Koyuki, Liam Cunningham, Yasuaki Kurata, Michael Byrne, Colin Salmon, Andrew Pleavin, Larry Lamb, Constantine Gregory, Ailish O'Connor, Joey Anaya, Jamal Duff, John Duff, Daniel Rosenberg
  • Director: Chris Nahon
  • Writers: Kenji Kamiyama, Katsuya Terada, Chris Chow
  • Producers: William Kong, Abel Nahmias
  • Associate Producers: Fernando Altschul, Zhenyan Zhang
  • Executive Producer: Luis Zanger
  • Art Directions: Chia-Yi Renée Chao, Rika Nakanishi
  • Castings: Daniel Hubbard, Freddy Luis, Anne McCarthy, Jeanne McCarthy, Wendy O'Brien, Jay Scully
  • Costume Designs: Connie Balduzzi, Shandy Fung Shan Lui
  • D.O.P.: Hang-Sang Poon
  • Editor: Marco Cavé
  • Makeup: Suzanne Rodier
  • Music: Clint Mansell
  • Production Design: Nathan Amondson


From a Producer of "Hero" and "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" comes "Blood: The Last Vampire," based on the cult hit series. Demons have infested the earth. And only one warrior stands between the dark and the light: Saya, a half-human, half-vampire samurai who preys on those who feast on human blood. Joining forces with the shadowy society known as the Council, Saya is dispatched to an American military base, where an intense series of swordfights leads her to the deadliest vampire of all. And now after 400 years, Saya's final hunt is about to begin.

Basic Information

  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Filming Locations: Buenos Aires, Argentina; Kunming, China; Yunnan Province, China
  • MPAA Warning: Strong bloody stylized violence
  • Production Budget: $35 million
  • Production Companies: East Wing Holdings, SAJ
  • Production Schedule: 15 March 2007 - June 2007

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Bill Kong and Ronny Yu originally planned to finance the project themselves, but in November 2006, Production I.G officially consented to the film and began offering financial support.

In early announcements, it was stated that the film would be set in 1948 at a United States Army camp in Tokyo, shortly after the conclusion of World War II during the American occupation of Japan. During production, the film was shifted to be set in the 1970s instead.

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Worldwide Release Dates

  • 29 May 2009: Japan
  • 4 June 2009: Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand
  • 10 June 2009: Philippines
  • 11 June 2009: Malaysia, South Korea
  • 12 June 2009: Ireland, Taiwan
  • 17 June 2009: France
  • 26 June 2009: UK
  • 8 July 2009: Belgium
  • 9 July 2009: Kuwait
  • 16 July 2009: Greece
  • 20 August 2009: Portugal
  • 22 October 2009: Russia