Written by Mr. Mouseburger 13th Jul 2005
Frost has just killed off the leaders of the world's ruling vampire families in some strange antechamber-cum-temple. This ritual starts off La Magra: a fulfilment of an ancient vampire prophecy which brings the vampire god to life. Blade arrives in the chamber but is too late to prevent Frost from being possessed by the blood god, and so he prepares to do battle in the film's showpiece sword fight/martial arts finale.
A few initial sorties show just how futile Blade's efforts are going to be. Blade manages to chop off Frost’s arm, only for it to regrow and he also cuts Frost in twain, only for his body to reattach itself.
Montage of Frost's dismemberment and regeneration
In reply, Frost gives Blade the ass-whooping of his life and things begin look grim for our hero as he lies on the ground, bereft of ideas. He looks up and spots his belt full of vials balancing precariously on a rock ledge. One deft throw of his sword dislodges the vials and they fall into his hand.
Frost thinks that the vials are Blade's serum for slowing down the vampiric disease, and so is unperturbed at Blade getting the vials. However, he couldn't have been more wrong. Fortunately for Blade, he has met up with a haematologist who has concocted a liquid which reacts explosively when it comes into contact with vampire blood (that was a handy chance meeting!), and the vials are filled the stuff.
Now, being a blood god, Frost is almost invincible, but his one weakness is the blood in his veins. Blade, through a variety of overly flamboyant martial arts moves, throws/kicks the vials at Frost which stick into his body and inject him with the liquid. This agitates Frost's blood and he starts to blister.
The camera pans out so the audience can see the full effect of Frost's body bloating before it finally explodes, showering the temple with blood and body parts.
Frost's blood reacts vial-ently to the liquid