Resident Evil: Apocalypse

(2004)

A deadly virus has been unleashed on the population of Raccoon City. "Resident Evil: Apocalypse" is a terrifying adventure in survival horror. Milla Jovovich returns as Alice, one of only two survivors of the contained biochemical disaster in the first "Resident Evil," the $100 million hit that serves as a prologue to the all-out action and horror of "Resident Evil: Apocalypse". The film begins where the first film left off, with Alice in the heart of the ravaged and deadly Raccoon City. She has been subjected to biogenetic experimentation by the vast Umbrella Corporation and become genetically altered, with super-human strengths, senses and dexterity. These skills, and more, will be needed if anyone is to remain alive. Alice is joined by Jill Valentine (Guillory), a recently demoted member of Umbrella Corp?s elite Special Tactics and Rescue Services (S.T.A.R.S.), Terri Morales (Holt), Carlos Oliviera (Fehr), L.J. (Epps), and Nicholai (Ward) who must survive and escape what is quickly becoming a City of the Dead. To reach their goal, they will need to battle their way through the relentless onslaught of the ravenous undead, as well as Umbrella forces and terrifying bioengineered weapons, the most deadly of which is the colossal, heavily armed assassin, Nemesis.

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Resident Evil: Apocalypse was released September 10th, 2004.

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‘Resident Evil: Apocalypse’ slaughters the box office

Resident Evil: Apocalypse: According to The Hollywood Reporter, Screen Gems' Resident Evil: Apocalypse racked up a winning score at the boxoffice this weekend, exceeding expectations with an estimated $23.7 million to claim the top spot.

The R-rated sci-fi-horror-actioner, starring Milla Jovovich and helmed by first-time director Alexander Witt, was the third-best opening ever in September and outstripped the first film's $17.7 million debut. The boxoffice signal from New Line Cinema's Cellular, while not exceptional, was clear and in the area anticipated on its opening frame. The Kim Basinger starrer, from director Davis Richard Ellis, dialed up an estimated $10.6 million to take the second spot and marks a personal best for Basinger in a starring role.

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Listen to the ‘Resident Evil: Apocalypse’ soundtrack!

Resident Evil: Apocalypse: sony has unleashed a preview of the upcoming Roadrunner Records release of the music from the Resident Evil: Apocalyse sounds track.

CLICK HERE to listen to new tracks from Slipknot, The Used, The Cure, A Perfect Circle, Lacuna Coil, Killswitch Engage, Rammstein, Devildriver, Cradle of Filth, CKY, Deftones, HIM, Demon Hunter, Thrice, 36 Crazyfists, Cold, Rob Zombie and Massive Attack.

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Vote for the ‘Resident Evil: Apocalypse’ fan poster!

Resident Evil Apocalypse: The fnalists are in for the Resident Evil: Apocalypse poster contest. Sony has setup a voting booth for fans to vote for a winner based on their final renditions of their artwork.

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79 new images from ‘Resident Evil: Apocalypse’!

Resident Evil: Apocalypse: Sony Pictures has provided us with 79, count them, 79 new images from the upcoming zombie hunt, Resident Evil: Apocalypse!

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Your first look at the ‘Resident Evil: Apocalypse’ teaser poster!

Movie PictureResident Evil: Apocalypse:Latino Review have scored a first look at the teaser poster for the upcoming Resident Evil sequel.

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Jeff Danna scores ‘Resident Evil: Apocalypse’

Resident Evil: Apocalypse:Music From the Movies is claiming that composer Jeff Danna has been tapped to write some of the creepy music you'll hear in the Resident Evil sequel...Resident Evil: Apocalypse, the sequel to the 2002 horror film scored by Marco Beltrami and Marilyn Manzon, will get musical accompaniment by Jeff Danna. The $50 million project is the biggest project to date for Canadian composer, whose previous credits include The Boondock Saints, O, The Kid Stays in the Picture and the critically acclaimed The Gospel of John. In his Resident Evil score, Jeff Danna (who is the younger brother of fellow composer Mychael) has collaborated with recording artist Quinn.

Resident Evil: Apocalypse was released September 10th, 2004.

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The ‘Resident Evil: Apocalypse’ site opens up!

Resident Evil: Apocalypse: The official website for the film has opened up with all kinds of dowloads and goodies from the film. Check out new pictures, character bios, games, and tons more!

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