Although the aptly titled Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is the last of Paul W.S. Anderson’s takes on the survival horror video game series, the director is apparently not done with his cinematic relationship with video game developer Capcom. Next up? An... interesting take on the iconic Monster Hunter franchise.
The trailer for Resident Evil: The Final Chapter starts with Alice (Milla Jovovich) battling what looks like a dragon. Watching it, I thought, “Well, that’s pretty cool.” But that was just the beginning of a great trailer for the sixth and final film in the franchise.
The year is 2047, the place is Neptune’s orbit, and the psychological mindfuck factor is off the charts, for the rescue crew aboard the Lewis & Clark. The film is Event Horizon, named for a long-lost space ship which has maybe been to HELL and back — and it’s one of the most underrated space-horror flicks ever.
The next Resident Evil movie will be your final Resident Evil movie, which is a big deal because there are literally thousands of Resident Evil movies. Millions even. But the T-Virus party is OVER because the next Resident Evil will be your last. Sure it will.
When will the devil release Milla Jovovich from their pact? Apparently not until after 10,000 Resident Evil movies have been made. But that's OK, because Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the best one.
Ah, Pompeii. It's become a cliché for unwitting, inescapable doom, the fragility of life in the shadow of uncaring nature. And in Pompeii, opening today, Paul W. S. Anderson turns this tale of an ill-fated city into an accidental comedy that happens to have a volcano in it to absolutely no one's surprise.
Congratulations, Kit Harington, your old-timey Roman abs are the most ridiculous abs in the long history of greased abs — truly, you've outdone yourself, sir. Behold the six-pack majesty in the brand new trailer for Paul W.S. Anderson's Pompeii (also a giant volcano explodes and kills the whole town and stuff).
Oh man, Paul W.S. Anderson's take on the destruction of the Roman city of Pompeii looks ridiculous. What are the bets that someone accidentally spills a stash of ancient gun powder and shrapnel into Mount Vesuvius, thus turning the volcano into a GUNCANO? What sort of horrible, bomb-like noise will the EXPLODING ASH…
One of the movies that showed great promise that it never quite managed to deliver on was Paul W.S. Anderson's Event Horizon. The space horror starred Laurence Fishburne, Sam Neill and Kathleen Quinlan as members of a rescue vessel, the Lewis and Clark, sent to check on a distress signal sent from the Event Horizon, a…
As long as there is blood flowing in Milla Jovovich's trigger fingers, there will be more Resident Evil movies. Shock Til You Drop is reporting that a sixth Resident Evil movie is in the works and will be released on September 12th, 2014.
There is no such thing as a good action movie. If you've ever enjoyed simulated violence on screen, then you're a moron and probably someone whose kink is not okay. That's the message I took away from the fifth Resident Evil movie, which seems to be a concerted attempt to make an action movie so terrible, it will make…
Believe it or not, the undead in Resident Evil: Retribution can shoot guns and ride motorcycles now, which — if you haven't been following the games — is a big step forward in the evolution of zombies for this franchise. We spoke with Retribution director and Resident Evil head honcho Paul W.S. Anderson about his…
The fifth Resident Evil movie, Retribution, is out this fall. As we saw in a WonderCon sneak peek, the years haven't dulled star Milla Jovovich's ability to kick major zombie ass. Alice is coming up with all new ways to destroy the undead.
The trailer for the direct-to-DVD prequel to Paul W.S. Anderson's Death Race has hit the web. The film tells the story of the famed driver Frankenstein's rise to infamy and features scenes of Danny Trejo and Ving Rhames looking grizzled.
The 1991 miniseries Batman vs. Predator was the apotheosis of a great comic crossover, as it contained a prolonged sequence of Batman beating the Predator with a baseball bat. But what if this comic had been a mid-90s total bomb?
Now we know what happens to people who grow up watching the Die Hard series alongside the films of Jean-Luc Goddard. Resident Evil: Afterlife (filmed in 3D!) comes out today.
Paul W.S. Anderson, Ali Larter, and Larter's new on-screen brother Wentworth Miller break down the new Resident Evil film. What was kept, what was cut, what scenes were meticulously choreographed from the game and how to kill the final boss.
Resident Evil's latest T-virus-soaked film is has released three new clips, that demonstrate what happens when a director like Paul W.S. Anderson is given a 3D camera. Watch 1,000 different ways to throw exploding shit at the screen.
Die hard Resident Evil fans all want to know what happened in Alaska. Did Alice ever make it? What about Claire? The latest Resident Evil: Afterlife trailer answers these questions — and reveals a few new Umbrella Corp horrors.
Resident Evil director Paul W.S. Anderson has just gotten started on his next project, a reboot of Buck Rogers. We asked him where he was at with the script, and what to expect.