Details about the upcoming sixth installment in the smash hit Resident Evil film franchise have been extremely scant in recent months so we here at Dread have been hungry for any info we can get our hands on. Today we've got a little something-something for ya so read on for the latest!
It's been over six months since we've heard anything about Resident Evil 6, which at the time had a September 2014 release date attached to it. Today, director Paul W.S. Anderson offers an update. Read on to hear what he's got to say!
Halloween Horror Nights Orlando is about to get evil. Very evil. That's right, kids! Resident Evil is coming to the Sunshine State to cast a shadow of darkness over the usual fun in the sun shenanigans. Read on for details.
Finally director Paul W.S. Anderson has chimed in as to when we can expect the sixth film in the very popular Resident Evil film franchise. Fire up the slow motion and Matrix-style effects, and read on!
With the tentatively titled Resident Evil 6 already scheduled for a September 12, 2014, theatrical release date by Sony Screen Gems, some interesting news has come from the Anderson/Jovovich camp that could prove otherwise.
It has been officially confirmed by First Showing that Paul W.S. Anderson has signed on to direct the sixth Resident Evil film and star Mila Jovovich will be back and ready to slay the bad guys. The two are inseparable after all!
Well it was only a matter of time, right? Sony Screen Gems has set a release date of September 12th, 2014 for the tentatively titled Resident Evil 6. No official word yet on what role Paul W.S. Anderson will be taking but we expect him and Mila Jovovich to be back.
Do the Resident Evil movies just not cut it for you as a fan of the video game franchise? Even Capcom's animated movies based upon it have kind of sucked. We're hoping one day someone gets it right. Enter the upcoming web series Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City.
Many fans were outraged at the storyline and gameplay of Resident Evil 6 and many voiced their thoughts to Capcom. Capcom is now taking into consideration that the franchise may in fact need to return to its roots or get a brand-new reboot altogether.
Capcom has announced that players can now get the PC version of Resident Evil 6 with brand new game modes. Fans can pick up the digital download on March 22, 2013 and get their chance to play The Mercenaries: No Mercy. Players will also be able to download Siege Mode in March.
Capcom has announced that Resident Evil 6 will arrive on PC on March 22, 2013. That is not all--players will also get a second free title update on January 22, 2013. This new update will make adjustments to difficulty levels and accessible content.
Capcom will be releasing new add-on content for Resident Evil 6 on December 18th for Xbox 360. Gamers will be able to buy new modes individually or as a bundle for 720 MS Points. Fans will get three new bloody modes that include Predator, Survivors and Onslaught.
Resident Evil: Retribution Hitting Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray, and DVD on December 21st; The Complete Series on Blu-ray
December 21st sees the home video release of Resident Evil: Retribution (review here) along with The Complete Series: Resident Evil 1-5 on Blu-ray. While the last installment was disappointing, we know the series has its fans so if you're one of them, read on for the details.
Capcom is one company that truly listens to its fans. The company has announced that in response to player feedback that it will be releasing a free title update for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of Resident Evil 6!