After 14 years of terror, Paul W.S. Anderson is almost about done with the Resident Evil franchise (after famously replacing George Romero). I can’t really count how many of these movies there have been. But made we can settle on a description; too many.
Synopsis: The T-virus unleashed by the evil Umbrella corporation has spread to every corner of the globe, turning Earth into a hellscape of zombies, demons and monsters. Now, Alice, a former Umbrella employee turned rogue warrior, joins her friends on a last-chance mission to save mankind by storming the company’s headquarters located deep underneath what used to be Raccoon City. But the Red Queen knows Alice is coming, and the final battle will determine if the rest of mankind lives or dies.
It doesn’t really matter what this series is about anyway, because it’s hard to say that this stuff is any longer the antithesis of Resident Evil – the games these days don’t look much better. But still, if we ever wanted the ‘reboot’ thing, it would be for this series. We need an old house, horror and zombies.