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  THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Francis Ford Coppola, 1992
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Anyone with a memory as sharp as an acid-etched titanium blade wouldn't need us to remind them of how this particular vampire hunter (Wesley Snipes) came into being, would they? They might if they were a vampire themselves whose mind was clouded
Mind if we question Mr. Hawkins (Jay Robinson) about Renfield's (Tom Waits) disappearance? If he tries to feed us the same B.S., we'll do what we do best to find out what he doesn't want us to know. The answer that Harker (Keanu Reeves) got included a pause between a word that was repeated.
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by the substance we're thinking of. Not that any nosferatu could survive being shot in the head with one of those silver, hollow-point bullets, but why spoil such a fun question with logic?

2. Blade was able to identify a vampire in a crowd of humans, but he probably couldn't pick one out of a police line-up if his life depended on it. We say that because __________ .

3. On second thought, maybe he could. All he'd have to do was have them open their mouth or turn around. How would the latter help?

4. "When you understand the nature of a thing, you know what it's capable of" That may be true, but isn't it better to know what it's not capable of doing? You ain't killing anything that wants to kill and/or eat you until you discover its own vulnerabilities. Who or what was Blade waiting for when
Blade
(1) The bullets that Blade used were filled with garlic. (2) He identified vampires by the way they moved and smelled. There's little movement there and nothing to smell when you're standing behind a glass patrician. (3) Most vampires were marked with a cattle brand called a "Glyph," which was usually tattooed on the back of a person's neck. Karen was waiting for an elevator in her apartment building when she first noticed the mark.
(4) Officer Krieger (Kevin Patrick Walls)

(5) The blood of a daywalker (Blade) and the Spirits of the Twelve (6) Blade dislocated his when he grabbed onto the back of a speeding subway train with Karen in his arms to get away from a group of vampires. (7) She tried to rewrite her DNA with a retrovirus that was used to treat sickle cell anemia. (8) There were too many vampires left to kill, and not enough daywalkers. (9) He said it smelled like a vampire wiped his ass with it.
(10) Whistler made it his mission to hunt down every last vampire after a group of vampires tried to make him choose the order his family died the day they slaughtered everyone he loved.

Bram Stoker's Dracula
"Nothing," he said, pausing, and then repeating the word, before adding "Personal problems."
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Unless you're a zombie or some carnivorous monstrosity that feeds on Hypothalamus glands. If you know anything about evolutionary biology, you know why Dr. Green's (Penelope Ann Miller) initial idea to kill the creature in The Relic would have worked. Of course, we're assuming you don't.
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Frights, Camera, Trivia
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doing something we spend far too much time doing - rewriting. Explain.

8. Most vampires love who they are and we love them for it. Blade wasn't one of them. If that was the case, and the cure worked, why did he reject it?

9. What would you expect a centuries old vampire bible to smell like? According to Whistler (Kris Kristofferson), it reeked of this. That may have been an exaggeration, but we'll take his word for it.

10. Your name isn't Whistler, is it? Good, then you won't freak out when we let you decide which quiz you want next. What's the connection here, kids?
those words of wisdom were spoken?

5. "I am god, and god is like me" Imagine the hell that Cady (Robert De Niro) could have unleashed in Cape Fear if he was anything like the one that Deacon Frost (Stephen Dorff) tried to resurrect. What did that involve?

6. This is our story, and we're sticking to it if we ever end up in the E.R. with a dislocated shoulder. When someone asks us how it happened, we're going to mention what's her name, a subway train and the undead. We don't expect them to believe a word of it or figure out what we're referring to, but you should.

7. Why do vampires have to drink blood to survive? The answer here was because their own blood couldn't sustain hemoglobin. It was a genetic defect just like hemolytic anemia. Karen (N'Bushe Wright) tried to cure herself of that by
All questions and quiizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
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Stephen Norrington, 1998