The Resident Evil: Complete Collection is a nice enough set and while I don’t think much about any of the six movies, a couple more serviceable than others, each one benefits from the 4K transfers and come with a good selection of bonus features.
Resident Evil: Afterlife, the fourth movie in the series, is another ho-hum entry with a mundane plot and thinly written supporting characters, though Jovovich is still in fine form and works fine for the role of Alice.
The Flash: The Complete Third Season is another solid year and still one of the better shows within the DC TV brand, though that’s not exactly a high bar, but I’ve generally enjoyed them all except for maybe Arrow.
Resident Evil: Afterlife isn’t a great film but does possess some entertainment value which is good considering the plot is incredibly thin as is the villain which was merely a knockoff of Mr. Anderson from The Matrix.
it’s not hard to see why The Disappointments Room had trouble getting released until Rogue Pictures eventually dumped it to theaters with a loud thud grabbing a mere $2.4 million. Unfortunately this wasn’t some ignored gem and instead a mess of a supernatural horror film.
Underworld is a rather dated sci-fi horror film that took a lot of influence from the then fresh Matrix yet there’s still some entertainment value and Kate Beckinsale makes the most with the material she was given… and it’s never a bad thing seeing her in tight clothing.