A couple of new great looking stills from the movie have turned up online for Blood: The last Vampire. But as well as those, the all important movie rating for the UK release has been decided and happy days, it's been issued with an "18" (equivalent to an "R" in the U.S) certificate. Here's the BBFC ruling, with some new info on the fun to come.
"The main vampire character repeatedly uses a sword to dispatch various creatures, including other vampires and winged monsters. The violence she inflicts often occurs in a rapidly edited flurry of blows without a focus on injury detail. There is, however, a large quantity of blood in evidence, which sprays from wounds in huge spurts with the strongest moments including the severing of a man’s arm and all of another man’s fingers, plus the close up sight of a sword piercing an eyeball. These moments were felt to fall under the term ‘the strongest gory images’ which, under the BBFC guidelines, are unacceptable at ‘15’, while not exceeding the bounds of the ‘18’ category."