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Resident Evil Afterlife 3D Movie Review

Resident Evil Afterlife 3D Movie Review

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Published by Craig Forgrave
Alice in Zombieland takes on the mighty Hammer Axeman, avoids the obligatory shower scene and splatters her coin collection into zombie brains. This Resident Evil sequel has more droplets of blood and water rendered in slow-motion 3D artistry that 15 tree-huggin’ Avatar sequels put together. If you like walking in rain while zombies are slaughtered all around you, then run to your local theater and check out this masterpiece of cinematic fluid dynamics.
Alice in Zombieland takes on the mighty Hammer Axeman, avoids the obligatory shower scene and splatters her coin collection into zombie brains. This Resident Evil sequel has more droplets of blood and water rendered in slow-motion 3D artistry that 15 tree-huggin’ Avatar sequels put together. If you like walking in rain while zombies are slaughtered all around you, then run to your local theater and check out this masterpiece of cinematic fluid dynamics.

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Published by: Craig Forgrave on Sep 11, 2010
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Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D
 Sept. 9, 2010
Alice in Zombieland takes on the mighty HammerAxeman, avoids the obligatory shower scene andsplatters her coin collection into zombie brains.This
Resident Evil 
sequel has more droplets ofblood and water rendered in slow-motion 3Dartistry that 15 tree-
huggin’
Avatar 
sequels put together. Ifyou like walking in rain whilezombies are slaughtered allaround you, then run to yourlocal theater and check out thismasterpiece of cinematic fluiddynamics.One Word Movie Review: Good
Resident Evil: Afterlife 
delivers exactly
what you’d expect from an apocalyptic
zombie virus movie sequel and then addssome high quality 3D imagery using thesame technology as
Avatar 
to elevate thistale of doom into another star category.Films that score first out of the gate with newinnovative visuals deserve to be rewardedand
Resident Evil: Afterlife 
delivers a fewtreats never seen before including:
 
Slow-motion water droplets rendered inshimmering brilliance and astoundingdepth of field in several scenes;
3D outer-space-to-street-level zoom-ins;
Slow motion bullets and shotgun shellswhizzing into your lap after passingthrough brains and other body parts;
Way-cool catastrophic implosions whichmake nuclear mushroom clouds appearpositively lame;
Two-fisted pistols panning under yournose as Alice scans the room for lethalUndead scum;
Gorgeous airplane fly-overs of glaciers,ruined cities and zombie armies;
A enormous spinning hammer tosswhich sails right at your head; and
Cavernous chambers of harvestedbodies, weaponry and telescopiccatwalks which envelop the viewer intothese spaces like no other movie todate.Unlike
Avatar 
, which James Camerondirected primarily in 2D,
Resident Evil: Afterlife 
exploits the p
ossibilities of 3D’s
expressive depth to present a visceral andabsorbing experience for the audience. Weare there to be scared, thrilled and grossed-out so why not deliver the goods inspectacular 3D? You will not be

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