Resident Evil Welcome to Raccoon City Showtimes
Resident Evil Welcome to Raccoon City is an upcoming horror movie based on the popular video game series of the same name. The film will feature several new characters, and is set to hit theaters in October. It is expected that this will be the first installment of a new trilogy of movies.
Reboot of the popular horror video game series
Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City is a reboot of the popular horror video game series. It follows a group of survivors during a zombie outbreak in the city of Raccoon City. The film stars Hannah John-Kamen, Robbie Amell, Lily Gao, Tom Hopper, and Kaya Scodelario.
While previous Resident Evil movies were massively profitable, they were always received with skepticism. Although the movie is not the first adaptation of the popular video game series, it’s still a remake, and it looks to follow the storyline of the games more closely.
While there aren’t many scares and the film has few set pieces, it’s unpretentiously gory and has a decent amount of fan service. There are a lot of Easter eggs in the movie. One of the most notable was a severed head of Mr. X in a fridge.
The film is directed by Johannes Roberts, who has worked on several other movies, including 47 Meters Down and Deep Sea thrillers. He also wrote the script for the movie.
The Resident Evil franchise has a long history on the video game consoles. It has had six accompanying films and has grossed over $1.23 billion worldwide. But now, the franchise is returning to the big screen. This time, a live-action movie called Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City is coming out.
It tells the story of a group of survivors in Raccoon City, a city afflicted by a virus. In this version of the Resident Evil series, there will be reenactments of some of the franchise’s most iconic moments.
The new film is directed by Johannes Roberts. While it has been criticized for lack of faith in its source material, it is aimed at being more faithful to the first two games of the franchise.
Despite the bad acting, the film features some fan favorites. For instance, Holly Hunter will play the wife of Dr. William Birkin. Her character will be a major plot point in the film.
The new Resident Evil Welcome to Raccoon City remake isn’t perfect. Despite its obvious appeal to horror fans, it also doesn’t do much to reintroduce the series or to reinvent the wheel. It’s a solid horror movie that’s fun for fans of the games, but falls short of the John Carpenter original.
This remake of the acclaimed horror game takes the story from the first two Resident Evil games and adapts it to the big screen. In this version, the Umbrella Corporation is involved in bioweaponry and genetic experiments. Meanwhile, Raccoon City has become a depraved ghost town with a population of flesh-eating zombies.
While Roberts’ “Welcome to Raccoon City” is not as scary as its source material, it is an engrossing thriller that moves at a leisurely pace. However, it lacks the character depth of its predecessor.
Kaya Scodelario is the main draw as Claire Redfield, the lead investigator in Raccoon City’s police station. Her co-worker Jill Valentine is played by Hannah John-Kamen.
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City will open in theaters this weekend. This film is the first live-action movie remake of the beloved Resident Evil franchise. It is set in 1998, in an area known as Raccoon City. A horde of zombies has taken over the town, and Claire Redfield (Kayla Scodelario) is battling them.
Roberts’ style keeps the movie engaging. He presents familiar images in unique ways, and his use of orange lighting gives the film a warm, eerie quality. The cinematic remake borrows heavily from the video game series, including elements from Resident Evil and Resident Evil 2.
While the film will be released in the US, it is not currently available on Netflix. However, if you have a Starz subscription, you will be able to watch it. And, if you have Hulu with a Starz add-on, you can watch it there, too.
It was announced last fall that the cast of Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon city had been announced. The films will star Tom Hopper as Albert Wesker, Hannah John-Kamen as Chris Valentine, and Avan Jogia as Leon Kennedy.