9. Blade: Trinity
The first two Blade movies flew under many people’s radars, perhaps because they were R-Rated in the US. Despite that, both were mostly critical and commercial successes, and the third had the potential to be the best yet. Unfortunately, a ridiculous amount of supporting characters and an appalling villain in the form of Dominic Purcell’s Dracula resulted in a mess, all courtesy of writer and director David S. Goyer. As if that wasn’t bad enough, an appalling turn from wrestler Triple H (incredible in the ring, not so much on a movie set) capped off the dull, watered down version of a vampire franchise which had clearly become too long in the tooth by this point. Apart from a short lived TV series, Blade hasn’t been seen since and the rights have npw reverted to Marvel Studios.