A group of journalists try to uncover the real reason for the 2003 invasion
Will Alice finally clock out of the Umbrella Corporation for good?
Framed for a terrorist act she didn't commit. On the run from the law.
Sony return to the well for another instalment of zombie blasting mayhem
Fifth time's the charm for the Milla Jovovich vs. zombies franchise?
Half trailer, half Sony ad...
A belated review of the latest entry in the long-running zombie franchise, with the undead mayhem now in 3D...
Anderson and Mulcahy on the same movie? The New York Film Critics Circle have been burning the DVDs in disgust...
You're dead scared...face your fear!
The first two were rubbish - no reason to change things now....
Michael Mackenzie has reviewed the R1 Canadian release of <b>Resident Evil: Apocalypse</b>. Alliance Atlantis' 2-disc DVD features plenty of interesting bonus materials but suffers from having crammed separate widescreen and fullscreen version on to the same disc... and oh yeah, there's the small problem of the film itself.
The poop really hits the fan in Alexander Witt's shoddy sequel to <i>Resident Evil</i>, which has the zombie menace spreading into the city. D.J. Nock reviews the UK disc, released tomorrow.
Picking up where Resident Evil left off, a genetically-altered Alice wakes up to find Raccoon City now infected with the T-virus and sealed off from the outside world. She, along with a ragtag group of survivors must find a way out while avoiding zombies and a new threat in the form of the deadly Nemesis. Tiffany Bradford reviews the US theatrical release of Resident Evil: Apocalypse.
<b>Eamonn McCusker</b> has reviewed the Region 2 release of <a href="index.cgi?page=Review&id=1370&story=4436">Resident Evil</a>, the latest videogame adaptation from Hollywood and one that should see many more to come.<p><p>
<b>Raphael Pour-Hashemi</b> has reviewed the Region 1 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=1067&story=3654">Resident Evil</a>. The classic video game is translated to the big screen surprisingly successfully, directed by Paul W.S. Anderson and starring Milla Jovovich and Michelle Rodriguez. Released on a good DVD by Columbia Tristar.