There have been five live-action 'Resident Evil' films made, and it wasn't until the most recent ('Resident Evil: Retribution'), that all the main characters from the video game series were finally introduced. Over the past decade, Paul W.S. Anderson has been doing his best to damage the brand Capcom has so carefully curated since Resident Evil arrived on the PlayStation in 1996. Since 2002, no film franchise has been as bafflingly popular, so we figured we'd check in on the cast to see why they keep agreeing to star in this continually expanding series.
Since the Resident Evil GameCube remake is getting an HD remaster, it makes sense that Rebecca Chamber's B.O.W.-filled prequel could get the same treatment.
If you're a Resident Evil fan waiting to get your hands on the remake, and you also happen to own a PS3 and PS4, we've got good news for you.
We get a release date for the remastered Resident Evil remake as well as one of the game's most iconic scenes redone in HD.
Capcom takes us behind the scenes to show how much work has gone into remastering Resident Evil.
The T-Virus isn't just responsible for zombies, it also reanimates dobermans, sharks, Crimson Heads, sharks, Lisa Trevor, massive snakes and even sharks.
Capcom has brought back the Hunters, Chimeras, Crimson Head Zombies, Lisa Trevor and all your other favorite bio-organic weapons in the HD remastered version of Resident Evil, including that giant plant boss.
Once in a great while comes a film franchise so terrifying, it'll make you mess your drawers.
Now that Milla Jovovich and Paul W.S. Anderson are going to be done with the 'Resident Evil' movie series, its production company intends on bringing it home, to TV that is.
Watch Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine deal with the reanimated corpses of the Spencer Mansion and the most ridiculous lock system ever made in these two new videos of Resident Evil HD Remaster.