Blood: The Last Vampire Reviews
Cardboard acting across the board in the supporting cast (I've seen anime-convention masquerade skits with more feeling). The gymnasium duel scene early in the film is nearly comical. Gianna does her best in the lead role of Saya, but her stiff acting and troubled English cause the editor to cut away from her as quickly as possible, in an obvious attempt to keep us from feeling the emptiness of her performance. Model Koyuki as the villainess Onigen fares much better, and her scenes at the film's climax are a treat. She combines style and power so believably, I wish there was a whole film about her character.
Full review at Drama-MAX
It's utterly terrible. I don't even want to write anything for it.
PS: the first comment was made during the watching, because I thought it was really really a bad movie (and it was 1/5). In the end, though, there were some improvements (not in the CGI that remained terrible all the way to the end of course). Especially because the director filled the last half an hour with scenes that I imagine are quotations from other successful movies. I dare to say: "The forrest of the flying daggers" (when Saya and Kato was fighting in the woods), "Underworld 2" (when the demon attacked the truck on which Saya and Alice were escaping from the city) and maybe Star Wars (the final battle in which is revealed the true identity of Saya and Onigen)?