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Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010)

Paul W. S. Anderson returns to the director’s chair for the second time in the series to helm Resident Evil: Afterlife, the sequel to Russell Mulcahy’s lean and sandy… 535 more words

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Resident Evil: Afterlife 4K Ultra HD Movie Review

Resident Evil: Afterlife

4K Ultra HD + Bluray + Digital HD

Release Date: January 17, 2017

Released By: Sony Pictures

Cast: Mila Jovovich, Ali Larter, Wentworth Miller… 627 more words

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Resident Evil: Afterlife Review

Reviewed by John Hussey

It’s fair to say that the Resident Evil film series took a massive nose-dive with Resident Evil: Extinction by going in a completely different direction to its source material, ultimately turning the franchise into a generic zombie platform that incorporates little, to no horror, whilst being filled to the brim with needless action sequences to make the films look cool. 2,156 more words

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Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010)

My biggest fear when I learned that Paul WS Anderson had returned to the director’s chair for the fourth Resident Evil film is that he would completely undo what that entry’s predecessor had accomplished. 543 more words

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On Second Thought: "Resident Evil: Afterlife"

Normally I’d come up with something interesting, which would lead to a potential overall theme for the piece, but I can’t. I sat through this film. 2,460 more words

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"Franchise Retrospective: Resident Evil"

Resident Evil is another franchise that has run for a really long time. The video game adaption has come out in theaters over the past 15 years. 275 more words

Resident Evil: Afterlife

Paul Anderson’s directorial return to the Resident Evil franchise is pure, delirious momentum. Afterlife opens with a dreamy, slow-mo sequence of Tokyo’s patient zero in their corner of the T-virus outbreak, capped with a zoom-out depicting fleeing civilians and their candy-colored umbrellas as individual cells in the death of the planetary body. 394 more words

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