Underworld: Blood Wars follows Vampire death dealer, Selene, as she fends off brutal attacks from both the Lycan clan and the Vampire faction that betrayed her. With her only allies, David and his father Thomas, she must stop the eternal war between Lycans and Vampires, even if it means she has to make the ultimate sacrifice.Wikipedia
Underworld: Blood Wars Reviews
Underworld: Blood Wars is a headache-inducing experience which can, at best, yield bad puns about it being a bloody ordeal.
All of this doesn’t distract from the painfully apparent lack of interest written on the face of the lead star Kate Beckinsale - she's not even the most interesting character in a series built around her, and it's obvious she's simply going through the motions to collect another pay check. Clearly this entry is building up to yet another sequel while sacrificing itself in the process, leaving ‘Underworld: Blood Wars’ in a bloody mess.
Ultimately if you’re looking for footage of Beckinsale looking really classy in black leather go and see the film at the earliest, if you’re looking for an entertaining film you’ll need to look elsewhere.
If you are a fan of the franchise, this movie will be a nostalgia ride with something new added in the mix. For people who don't want to watch the previous movies, there are enough lessons, which don't make you feel like you have missed anything. A good vampire vs sort-of-werewolves fight is something you should never miss.
If you prayed that this was the last you'd see of a leathered-up Beckinsale slash through werewolves and generally kick ass, it's not going to happen. Because Underworld: Blood Wars is a classic example of a franchise gone wrong because of the greed of studios.