Conceived as a sequel to Wells’ original tale, the story centers on a British nephew of the original Invisible Man. Once he discovers his uncle’s formula for achieving invisibility, he is recruited by British intelligence agency MI5 during WWII.
When it was announced that Soilwork would be unleashing a double album as their new studio album, the metal world rejoiced. After all, one disc is already a cause for celebration, but two? The Swedish melodic metal master’s ninth studio album The Living Infinite has been one of the most anticipated releases of 2013 by many, even landing on my own list.
One of the things that gave me some trepidation was the loss of guitarist Peter Wichers, who was replaced by David Andersson, who toured with the band in 2006. Also, after the stellar The Panic Broadcast, this album has a great deal to live up to. So now we ask the hard question: does it or have Soilwork fallen short? Find out below! READ MORE
I’m one of the few people who have actually wrung some enjoyment out of the live-action Resident Evil films, but ever since the third movie they’ve only managed to get progressively worse. The latest installment, Retribution, managed to set the bar almost impressively low. It’s really too bad, because there’s a genuinely interesting fiction for Hollywood to mine, but instead we’re stuck with the same old cheesefest, complete with way too many slow motion sequences, terrible acting, laughable dialogue, and a comical mistreatment of the franchise characters. Thankfully, when it comes to the silver screen, there’s still hope left (just ignore what Resident Evil 6′s advertising tells you).
That’s where the second feature-length CGI film Damnation enters the ring, and I can guaran-damn-tee you this is the best Resident Evil movie we’ve seen, and are likely to see for some time. Check out the trailer after the break.
We’ve had two Resident Evil games come to the 3DS already and if this rumor is true we could soon be getting a third. According to a recent report from Digital Spy, which has since been taken down, Capcom has another project in the works called Resident Evil: Degeneration-Damnation-Downfall. That’s quite a mouthful. The reasoning behind the long-winded and totally not official title is it’s supposedly a bundle that will include the animated film Resident Evil: Degeneration, its upcoming sequel Damnation and a brand new game titled Resident Evil: Downfall. Apparently, Downfall will take place between the events in Resident Evil 5 and 6 and star Claire Redfield as she “witnesses the downfall of humanity.” If this is anything like the fantastic Revelations then Capcom has my full support. Anyone else interested in more 3D Resident Evil?