What happened? Sony has released the first official trailer for Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, the re-release of the Resident Evil movie series. The film is written and directed by Johannes Roberts and is based on the events of the first and second games. There are largely unknown actors in it, and at times, CGI seems a little weak. But let's skip that for a moment.
Early entry fans of this franchise will immediately recognize the direct contact with the first games, such as the scene in which zombies bombard a human corpse and the opening scene of the second game with a tanker truck. by zombies.
The second half of the trailer by "Non Blondes" is set to "What's up" and shows the team sneaking into Spencer's deserted mansion from the first game.
I can't say for sure if this movie will be "good" or not, but it certainly seems to satisfy the nostalgic friendly voter. Several major monsters appear in the trailer, and of course there's plenty of pretense to justify its R rating. In an interview with IGN, Roberts said he wanted to bring horror back into the movie. "It was very important to me to scare people and create a dark and scary atmosphere that I felt was not present in previous action movies," Roberts adds. p>
Resident Evil: To Raccoon City Welcome to theaters on November 24th.
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Watch the first trailer for Resident Evil