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Resident Evil: Afterlife – Review (F, as in F-Off)

Director: Paul W.S. Anderson

Starring: Milla Jovovich, Ali Larter, Wentworth Miller, Kim Coates

Saying that a live-action Resident Evil film is bad is like saying that God isn’t real, politicians are all liars and that footballers will sleep with anyone who comes their way – it might be obvious, but a large portion of people will try and disagree with you. This time around, writer-director Paul Ws Anderson has outdone himself. Oh yes, Resident Evil: Afterlife isn’t just bad. It’s so abysmal that it manages to transcend ‘bad’ and become hysterical. It’s this year’s New Moon.

After destroying Umbrella’s secret underground base in Nevada and sending her friends on to sanctuary in Arcadia, Alaska, Alice (Milla Jovovich) discovered a huge vault filled with hundreds of clones of herself. Alice and her clones head to Umbrella’s other secret underground in Tokyo where they are all
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Exclusive Hanger cover art and more indie DVD news

  • Fangoria
Ryan Nicholson of Plotdigger Films gave Fango the first look at the DVD cover art for his extreme gruefest Hanger (pictured), now set to hit disc November 17 from the new Breaking Glass company on their Vicious Circle genre label. He also informed us of his plans for an official release of his underground Internet flick Torched, and passed on the art for that one as well.

Hanger stars Nathan Dashwood, Dan Ellis and Fangoria Radio’s Debbie Rochon and centers on the revenge for a botched abortion meted out by the grown-up object of that operation; we previously revealed the specs for the DVD here. Torched, previously available only on bootleg or edited discs, is fully restored on Plotdigger’s DVD, which comes out Nov. 24. The bloody saga of a nurse giving fiery payback to those who raped her will be presented in 16x9-enhanced widescreen with Dolby 5.1 Surround and 2.0 stereo soundtracks,
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