Resident Evil: Degeneration
The official information for the next entry into Resident Evil animated film franchise, Resident Evil: Damnation, is here along with a new trailer. Could this one finally get it right? Pretty please? Sugar on top? Tell us what you think inside.
As mentioned in our story about the home video release of Resident Evil: Afterlife, included on both the Blu-ray and DVD will be a sneak peek of the upcoming CG movie Resident Evil: Damnation. Don't want to wait for December 28th to see it? Then keep reading because we've got a first look at the trailer for Damnation right here!
One of life's greatest mysteries is the fact that no matter what, we just can't seem to get a good movie out of the Resident Evil franchise. Thus far we've been subjected to four big budget misfires and even a CG movie called Resident Evil: Degeneration that missed the boat despite coming direct from Capcom. It's insane! Can't someone please just get it right already?
A ridiculously small amount of horror DVDs are hitting on Tuesday, December 23rd and Saturday, December 27th, 2008. See what I mean below!
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring the voices of Alyson Court, Paul Mercier, Michael Sorich Directed by Makoto Kamiya
Ok, so let me get this out of the way immediately as it's no secret ... the Resident Evil live action films have kind of sucked. We love Milla and all, but come on! Where's all the zombie action we've been craving? Sony Pictures is hoping to give fans exactly what they've been missing with the upcoming CGI animated feature Resident Evil: Degeneration, and I gotta say that things look promising!
"Wolf" dropped us a note today that says Game Trailers snatched up the newest promo piece for Sony Picture's upcoming Resident Evil: Degeneration, which was shown at this year's Tokyo Game Show. Check out the trailer below and click here for rest of our coverage on the movie.
Leon and Claire just cannot catch a break after Armageddon took place in Raccoon City. Seven years after the initial outbreak, citizens inside a Midwest airport get a shock when a plane lands carrying the dreaded infection.
In a move that has started to heal the anguish Paul W.S. Anderson left with all his Resident Evil silliness, Capcom and Sony Home Entertainment are making it all better by giving us a true RE movie! Degeneration reunites Claire and Leon in a battle against more t-virus infected deadies inside an airport.
Resident Evil: Degeneration (official site) is going to pick up the pieces the three live-action films left behind. First of all, this new story looks to be skipping the Paul Anderson BS all together and second, some familiar faces from the game are finally joining the battle against the T-Virus.
If you're lucky enough to be going to the San Diego Comic Con this year, you'll get to see footage from the upcoming Resident Evil CGI flick Degeneration. The rest of us will just have to make do with a website and trailer.