Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D Teaser Trailer

The teaser trailer for the final sequel in the Resident Evil series, Resident Evil: Afterlife, has just been released this weekend. It looks like everything it’s expected to be, but characters from the games have a bigger presence like Chris Redfield and Albert Wesker. Either way you look at it, this film won’t be something outstanding and just something to mindlessly enjoy like the rest of them, but Paul W.S. Anderson is back directing this final chapter having only directed the first one; in my opinion the best one so far. Doesn’t look like they held anything back as there is a familiar sequence that looks like they stole from The Matrix Reloaded. Oh well, they do mention to having used the 3D technology that James Cameron created for Avatar. Check out the trailer embedded after the jump and you can make your opinion.

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Afterlife & Begins…A Resident Evil Story

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Well, it had to be done sooner or later. After the fourth 3-D installment of Resident Evil, Afterlife, it is confirmed by Bloody Disgusting that Sony Screen Gems will continue with the franchise with a complete reboot currently titled Resident Evil: Begins. With only less than a decade since the first RE film arose, will this reboot satisfy the hunger of zombie fans? Maybe this could be a good thing. Begins will take place basically right where the first film came in with a psycho computer killing scientists with a military unit going in to solve this little dilemma. I’m not saying the current RE films have been bad, although the first two were a lot better than the third. This reboot could be a lot better and revamp the franchise to more of the story from the videogames. We’ll have to see how this pans out. I wouldn’t mind some Jill Valentine story.

Quick Notes Quatro

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Here we go with some quick notes again. Quick Notes are articles and blips that I do not feel on typing out full news that could just be viewed in shorts that I don’t feel are as important to rant about. They are all just a bunch of random hooblah of sorts that fell into this little section of fun and goodness after the jump:

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