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Blood: The Last Vampire
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Blood: The Last Vampire

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Set in 1966, Japan, the film tells the story of Saya, the only remaining original vampire, who hunts Chiropterrans, which pose as humans and live only to drink human blood. 
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Lessons of Darkness
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June 11, 2009

Comes across as a prologue teaser for a yet-to-be-established franchise.
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Cinemaphile.org
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September 29, 2001

...in the wake of an astounding battle scene that literally sweeps the breath out of its viewers, the end credits begin to roll, and we're left wondering, 'that's it?'
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IFilm
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August 16, 2001

A wickedly bitter animated pill, you'd better leave the kids with a sitter.
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Movie Habit
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September 20, 2001

Blood: The Last Vampire, which clocks in at under 60 minutes, is not only watchable, it's not half bad.
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Cinefantastique
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July 14, 2009

This 48-minute Japanese animated film earned accolades back in 2000 for being ground-breaking in its technique...but once you get past that small achievement, Blood: The Last Vampire is mediocre at best...
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Dallas Morning News
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October 25, 2001

Another example of animation that shows just how deep something as seemingly superficial as a cartoon can get.
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New Times

August 16, 2001

Feels like a pilot episode for the most expensive made-for-cable cartoon ever produced, and if you expect quantity (or closure) for your $8 ticket, you may feel shorted.
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Hollywood Reporter

August 22, 2001

The story ... is the sort of convoluted and often incoherent mess that is typical of the genre no doubt, rabid anime fans are better equipped to decipher its intricacies
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New York Times

August 17, 2001

Is much more effective at evoking a paranoid mood than at telling a coherent story, and the jerky action sequences are among the film's weaker visual elements.
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Houston Chronicle
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October 25, 2001

A moody, mysterious fright film with a painterly beauty.
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