In a small town in Massachusetts, a group of friends perform a ritual in an attempt to debunk the lore of Slender Man. When one of them goes mysteriously missing, they begin to suspect that she is, in fact, HIS latest victim.
Milla Jovovich’s Alice is back to put an end to Umbrella corp. and its hideous creations once and for all.
In a movie that’s the diametric opposite end of the spectrum from the charming hokum of A Dog’s Purpose, the one thing RE6 has in common with that good natured effort is dogs – in this case, zombie dogs! (Yes, the zombie dogs are back!)
Don’t Breathe is the second film from Fede Alvarez, the man who directed the lean, underrated Evil Dead remake – so you know it’s going to be rife with twists, turns and bloody scares.
What you might not expect is the way it crosses some lines in the final act – one that makes sense for the situation and one that goes way too far. Remove the second crossing of lines and you have a Grade A thriller, but with it, it manages – through muscular direction and solid performances – to avoid dropping into mediocrity.
Without the title card that reads Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, the opening moments of the first teaser trailer for the film could be an ad for a high-performance motorcycle – until a hand slams down on a control panel of a familiar design and it reads, ‘Engine Engaged.’ Then things get crazy.
How crazy? When asked what they’re going to do, Alice tells her handful of allies, ‘We’re going to kill them all!’ And mayhem ensues…
Resident Evil is probably the best bad-B-movie franchise ever – and almost certainly the glossiest. It’s certainly one of the most fun. Check out the teaser trailer after the break – Alice’s final return to Raccoon City and The Hive promises to be epic!(Epic what, I’m not even going to hazard a guess…). Resident Evil: The Final Chapter will be in theaters on January 27th, 2017.
It seems like everything Kevin Hart touches, lately, turns to gold. But can he pull off playing Jimmy, a guy who hires out ‘best man services’ to grooms-to-be who have no friends? And what happens if he winds up becoming friends with some nebbishy groom – like Doug, the guy played by Josh Gad in The Wedding Ringer.
Sony has just released a teaser trailer for The Wedding Ringer so we can decide for ourselves – bearing in mind that, frequently – but not always, the best bits show up in the trailer. Check it out after the jump. The Wedding Planner premieres in January, 2015.