More Blood: The Last Vampire Images

If you’ve been wondering how South Korean movie star Jeon Ji-hyeon (going by Gianna Jun for her Hollywood debut) looks in that schoolgirl outfit while battling vampires as Sawa, and pictures that we’ve posted in the past haven’t been enough, well hold onto your seats, boys, because a huge batch of “Blood: The Last Vampire” images have just appeared online at a Chinese gaming forum, and they’re quite vampirific! Images may contain POTENTIAL SPOILERS.

On the surface, Saya is a stunning 16-year-old, but that youthful exterior hides the tormented soul of a 400-year-old “halfling.” Born to a human father and a vampire mother, she has for centuries been a loner obsessed with using her samurai skills to rid the world of vampires, all the while knowing that she herself can survive only on blood like those she hunts. When she is sent onto an American military base in Tokyo by the clandestine organization she works for, Saya immediately senses that this may be her opportunity to finally destroy Onigen, the evil patriarch of all vampires. Using her superhuman strength and her sword, she begins to rid the base of its evil infestation in a series of spectacular and elaborate showdowns. However, it is not until she forms her first human friendship in centuries with the young daughter of the base’s general that Saya learns of her greatest power over Onigen may well be her ability for human connection…

Starring Jeon Ji-hyeon, Allison Miller, Masiela Lusha, Koyuki, and directed by Chris Nahon.

Most of the images seem to be of Sawa from ancient Japan, plus some in the present.

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  • Lady Dark

    Can’t wait for the live-action version..I screamed & scared a lot of people when I found out.lol.I hope the chick playing Saya does a really great job..looks good so far.>^_^<

  • Lady Dark

    Can’t wait for the live-action version..I screamed & scared a lot of people when I found out.lol.I hope the chick playing Saya does a really great job..looks good so far.>^_^<

  • Claire Yap

    I thing Hi Hyun is the next Zhang Zi Yi. She just looks like her.

  • Claire Yap

    I thing Hi Hyun is the next Zhang Zi Yi. She just looks like her.

  • Balian

    Dude, this movie is going to suck………so….much. This is a disgrace to the original movie. The plot bears no resemblance to the original at all. First off, according to the tv show, she was born in 1833, making her about 130 at the time of the movie. The setting itself is changed to take place about 10 years later than the original. They changed her into a half-vampire instead of a full one. It appears that they have completely removed the fact that Saya’s blood is the only thing that can kill the vampires. Oh, and what is this bullshit about Onigen. Where the fuck did that come from. The original was just about Saya killing these three chiropterans around the military base. There was no damn Onigen. And she didn’t befriend anyone at the base. The one and only similarity is that it’s at a military base. This movie will suck ass and will be a complete disgrace to the original and they need to die for their horrible crime.

    • ehecatl

      As if you couldn’t have known from the trailer itself lol…. That acting was horrendous, those special effects made me cringe, and I knew we were in trouble when the it didn’t have an ounce of blood in the action scenes.

      And yeah, if they take out the part where it’s her BLOOD that kills the Chiropterans, then why is she the only one that can destroy them? Seems if they can be killed by a sword, they can be killed by a grenade or a gun too. She’s no longer necessary as a character. That’s a problem….

      But oh well, I wasn’t expecting much.

  • Balian

    Dude, this movie is going to suck………so….much. This is a disgrace to the original movie. The plot bears no resemblance to the original at all. First off, according to the tv show, she was born in 1833, making her about 130 at the time of the movie. The setting itself is changed to take place about 10 years later than the original. They changed her into a half-vampire instead of a full one. It appears that they have completely removed the fact that Saya’s blood is the only thing that can kill the vampires. Oh, and what is this bullshit about Onigen. Where the fuck did that come from. The original was just about Saya killing these three chiropterans around the military base. There was no damn Onigen. And she didn’t befriend anyone at the base. The one and only similarity is that it’s at a military base. This movie will suck ass and will be a complete disgrace to the original and they need to die for their horrible crime.

  • JustAnotherCouchPotato

    Balian, I can’t say I await this movie without mixed feelings, but you got to clear up for yourself what the “original” is. Blood – The Last Vampire has quite a few facts different from Blood +, so much so that it’s difficult to put them into the same universe at all. (like the fact that David is obviously much older in Blood – TLV, but the scenery doesn’t look like 2030)
    Just changing canon isn’t going to ruin the movie for me – although the story does look like a threat.

    • brandy

      the david in blood+ is actually the son of the david in blood the last vampire.the same goes for lewis.

      • JustAnotherCouchPotato

        That still wouldn’t explain the have-to-lose-enough-blood versus her-blood-is-the key killing techniques (for example the last szene with Saya in Blood: The Last Vampire gets a whole diferent meaning if you saw the series) or the difference in Saya’s strength. Or Haji who’d never leave her side but isn’t anywhere to be seen.

        • ehecatl

          Actually Blood+ explained why Haji wasn’t present. She was awakened early without his knowledge and when he DID figure it out and tried to get there in time to stop Saya from committing a massacre, she cut off his arm. When it regrew, it no longer looked human so he covered it with bandages to avoid suspicion.

          But yeah the whole thing with the blood is a good point, though I did feel Blood+ did it better by making it to where her blood is what kills the creatures. Otherwise, anybody could and should be able to kill them with a grenade or something. She shouldn’t be considered the “only” person that can kill them.

  • JustAnotherCouchPotato

    Balian, I can’t say I await this movie without mixed feelings, but you got to clear up for yourself what the “original” is. Blood – The Last Vampire has quite a few facts different from Blood +, so much so that it’s difficult to put them into the same universe at all. (like the fact that David is obviously much older in Blood – TLV, but the scenery doesn’t look like 2030)
    Just changing canon isn’t going to ruin the movie for me – although the story does look like a threat.

    • brandy

      the david in blood+ is actually the son of the david in blood the last vampire.the same goes for lewis.

      • JustAnotherCouchPotato

        That still wouldn’t explain the have-to-lose-enough-blood versus her-blood-is-the key killing techniques (for example the last szene with Saya in Blood: The Last Vampire gets a whole diferent meaning if you saw the series) or the difference in Saya’s strength. Or Haji who’d never leave her side but isn’t anywhere to be seen.

  • The Man 7

    i have to say that ive got mixed feelings about this. i mean, Balian is right, the facts are almost nothing alike that of the original anime. one of the biggest problems the red shield faces is that sayas blood is the ONLY way to kill the chiropterans, not by just making them lose large amounts of blood at one time. then you have saya killing the onigen person at the base, WTF!? like balian said, saya only killed the three people/chiropterans at the base, not some onigen fellow. then we get to saya befriending the human girl. there was no human girl at the base, it was just saya and the three others. if the entire movie is like this then i would have to say its a failure. but if they change it and make it follow the storyline ofblood tlv then i think it has some potential.

  • The Man 7

    i have to say that ive got mixed feelings about this. i mean, Balian is right, the facts are almost nothing alike that of the original anime. one of the biggest problems the red shield faces is that sayas blood is the ONLY way to kill the chiropterans, not by just making them lose large amounts of blood at one time. then you have saya killing the onigen person at the base, WTF!? like balian said, saya only killed the three people/chiropterans at the base, not some onigen fellow. then we get to saya befriending the human girl. there was no human girl at the base, it was just saya and the three others. if the entire movie is like this then i would have to say its a failure. but if they change it and make it follow the storyline ofblood tlv then i think it has some potential.