Blood: The Last Vampire

Synopsis: In 1970, the four hundred year-old skilled samurai Saya is sent to the Kanto High School in an American military base in Tokyo by the Council, a secret society that has been hunting vampires for centuries. Saya has the appearance of a teenager but is the tormented half-breed creature with the soul of her human father and the powers and need of blood of her vampire mother. She is obsessed to face the powerful demon Onigen that killed her father. In the base, Saya saves Alice McKee, who is the daughter of General McKee and commander of the base, from the attack of several vampires. When General McKee is killed by a member of the Council, Alice runs to the hotel where Saya is lodged. They join forces and go to the countryside to chase Onigen.
Director(s): Chris Nahon
Production: Samuel Goldwyn Films
Rotten Tomatoes:
91 min

We don't have much time.

Go to work.


Something wrong?

Every blood-sucker you kill

brings us one step closer.

I'm not here for those bottom feeders!

It's only a matter of time...

and patience!


Jesus Christ!

- Hey! Something's not right.

- What?

There ain't no blood-sucker in there.

He's human.

It didn't have the time

to transform, that's all.

You're gonna take her word for it?

What if she just screwed up?

Saya. That's enough.

Get some rest.

I'll be at the hotel tomorrow.

The little b*tch is out of control!

We need her.

Saya is all we've got.


We're done here.


Let's go.

Three deaths on the American air base

within a week.

Our Cleaners got there in time.

No one saw the bodies.

The underlings are feeding.

Well you know the old saying:

"when the hungry demons feed

without discretion... "

"... Onigen is near. "

You're about to get your wish.

To face the leader of the pack.

The plan?

The council wants you on the base.

To find more leads.

I don't investigate.

I kill.

Be my guest.

Kill the bottom feeders

and lure out Onigen.

But this time,

let the blood mutate.

I was never wrong.

Doesn't hurt to be cautious, that's all.

And, don't blow your cover

unless absolutely necessary.

The Elder pulled up all the strings

to arrange this.


What's that?

It's a new outfit...

You know, dad, you don't have to

drive me to school everyday.

I can walk.

Don't be silly. It's my only chance

to spend some time with you.

Everyone else walks.

You're not everyone, sweetie.

I'm not a kid either.

Is that why you did it?

To prove that you're all grown up?

Did what?

I was hoping you'd come clean.

That's what grown-ups do, you know.

I don't know what you're talking about.

Well I...

I guess it must've been Franck.

What do you say, Franck?


Was it you who took my car out

for a spin last night?

No, Sir.

Did you sneak off the base

and boogie at the Hippy Shake

until four?

No, Sir.

I can not believe this.

You're spying on me?

I don't have to Alice.

You're my daughter.

People know you and people talk.

Ok, yeah, I'm... sorry,

I should have told you. Just...

You're always busy, day and night,

working on your second star.

You've got to understand we're at war.

We're all at risk, even here.

This is your war, not mine.

That's enough, Alice.

Hey! watch where you're going,


Yes, sir!


Alice would you come back here!


So class, let's give our new classmate

a warm welcome.

Here we go... hem...

Saya, would you care to take

that desk over there?

Good! Now I know you've all been doing

your homework, and you've prepared...'s readings, which will be from

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.

Okey dokey we're gonna start on page 135.

She must be lost...

thinks it's a navy base?

I can't believe they let a jap enroll here.

Oh, next thing you know

they'll think they own the place.

Like Adam, I was created...

Yes sir,

Our story stands

They think it's a CIA plan.

Frankenstein's monster compares

himself with both Adam and Lucifer.

Can you tell me why, Liz?

Hem... 'Cause both Adam and Lucifer

were created by God?


but these are opposite ends of

good and evil... Uh,

to which end does the Monster belong?

To whom, does he reach out

in his anger?

Saya, would you care to join

our discussion?

Me No English...

Yes Alice?

Anger is what makes the monster human.

It's neither good or evil.

Uh, he was abandonned by his creator

just like lucifer.

So God and Victor Frankenstein

both deserted their creations

not because they were imperfect,

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