Resident Evil Afterlife 3D - Is It Worth The Watch ?

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With 3D movies being additional miss than hit this summer, we're pretty curious to see how Resident Evil Afterlife 3D does this time around. It's one of those from time to time guilty pleasure horror motion films but the last one left us feeling very guilty for wasting our time watching it.

Resident Evil Afterlife 3D picks up where the last film ended, the one that we weren't too keen on, but since it keeps bringing while in the bucks, they keep this franchise going. Since the events of Extinction, Alice (Milla Jovovich) has been roaming the entire planet searching for any possible survivors. In Afterlife, Alice will come face to face with her arch-rival, Albert Wesker (Shawn Roberts). This is obviously one on the selling points from the film as Alice has never met or come into face to face contact with him. As she enters the decimated city of Los Angeles, Alice stumbles onto one with the lots of bases of Umbrella, which is naturally overrun and surrounded by zombies. As ordinarily happens with the Resident Evil franchise, Alice is able to find a small team of survivors to team up with who had been underground in Los Angeles since the T-virus outbreak. Alice finds out that there group of non-zombie survivors being held in a prison, among them the brother of Claire (Ali Larter), Chris Redfield (Wentworth Miller) that she have to save. Oh Alice, she never gets a break!

Resident Evil Afterlife 3D promises once again that the evil Umbrella organization will be paying a long overdue price for that hell they have caused while in the world and for Alice. Naturally with this one being in 3D, there will be lots of flying entire body parts and blood splatters coming out of your screen for your pleasure.

Afterlife 3D will be hitting theaters this Friday and then right around Christmas for your DVD/blu-ray.
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This article was published on 2010/12/10