Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D Blu-ray Review

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Reviewed by Simon Crust, 13th January 2011.
Resident Evil: Afterlife is the latest of the ever burgeoning series; it seems that just like the undead, this franchise refuses to die. While the events of this entry do follow directly on from those in the last film, Extinction, it quickly makes its own path and furthers the adventures of a small band of survivors battling a world inhabited by not only hordes of undead monsters hell bend on eating them, but the evil Umbrella corporation that seem hell bent on experimenting on any survivors left. The story, however, does not matter as this entry is all about the style and in particular the 3D, in which it excels. So, if you can, ignore the idiocy of it all and just revel in the marvellous spectacle of it all.

As a 3D Blu-ray package Sony has provided everything you need in one neat, future proof bundle, all the extra features and the 2D variant of the film, with the 3D version being one of the best examples that the format has yet to offer, that is equally matched with a dynamic and bombastic sound track. Even if you dislike the film, this disc is a winner.


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