Resident Evil: Afterlife Review

Alice is back slayin' hordes of zombies in Resident Evil: Afterlife, the fourth entry in the Capcom videogame-to-film series and the first to be shot in Avatar-style 3D. The first film's director, Paul W.S. Anderson, is back at the helm for this sequel, which takes Alice – once again played by Milla Jovovich – from Tokyo to Alaska and finally to a zombie-ravaged L.A.

The film also brings back Resident Evil: Extinction's Ali Larter as Claire Redfield, and finally introduces her ass-kicking brother, former soldier Chris Redfield (Prison Break's Wentworth Miller). Also reprising her role from the third film is Spencer Locke as K-Mart, while Shawn Roberts succeeds Jason O'Mara as the Umbrella Corp.'s evil overlord, Albert Wesker.

Resident Evil: Afterlife starts off with a very big bang as Alice takes the fight right to the door of the Umbrella Corp., slicing, dicing and blasting her way through countless goons – and later scores of the undead – in eye-popping 3D gory... er, glory. After learning that there may be a promised land of sorts in Alaska for zombie apocalypse survivors, Alice journeys there but only finds a single soul: Claire, who is suffering from amnesia after a run-in with Umbrella Corp. agents.

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