Two words: Vampire Pomeranian. But the rest of screenwriter-turned-director David S. Goyer's third contribution to the BLADE action-horror franchise (his first as director) never lives up to that witty, high-spirited idea. There's nothing beneath the flashy editing and self-consciously cool production design but a soulless adrenaline machine that's never scary and rarely engrossing. And when it is, it's for the wrong reasons: A viewer seriously wondering what rogue eggbeater got caught in vampire harpy Parker Posey's hair is a viewer seriously disengaged from the story. Half-vampire/half-human Blade (Wesley Snipes), the scourge of the undead community, is tricked int...