Horror and action fans can now fully enjoy a bad series on Netflix.
The rights to “Resident Evil” are one of the most popular and enduring video game series, and have been repeatedly showered on the silver screen. The horror film “Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City”, which was released in theaters last year, is only the latest representative of the many processes in the animation and live-action area. Started in 2002 “Resident Evil” Paul WS Anderson’s adaptation, not very loyal to the original, has become its own series.
At Netflix Can you No more six parts Stream the action horror series starring Milla Jovovich. In the first part, Alice (Jovovich) discovers the evil intrigues of the Umbrella Corporation, which researches a virus with the aim of turning humans into biological weapons and triggering a zombie catastrophe. Supported by Michael Rodriguez, best known from the “Fast & Furious” films. The films “Resident Evil: Apocalypse”, “Resident Evil: Extinction”, “Resident Evil: Afterlife”, “Resident Evil: Retribution” and “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter” continue Alice’s story and her struggle against the undead.
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Netflix continues with the “Resident Evil” series
Although the films had a dubious reputation, especially among the fans, they were huge successes and sometimes even the most successful series of video game adaptations. The “Resident Evil” series may have ended with the sixth installment, but continues in Netflix series format. The upcoming series, simply titled “Resident Evil”, is set to make a huge return to video game characters and has nothing to do with Milla Jovovich’s films. The children of villain Albert Wesker (Lance Reddick) focus on their lives before and after the zombie apocalypse inspired by Jade and Billy Wesker and the Umbrella Corporation. The series will begin soon, viz July 14, 2022.
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