Cause it aged like fine wine.
> A special military unit fights a powerful, out-of-control supercomputer and hundreds of scientists who have mutated into flesh-eating creatures after a laboratory accident.
>A secret experiment. A deadly virus. A fatal mistake
And the Umbrella corporation was performing gain of function research with the T-Virus. Caused global pandemic and zombie apocalypse.
When did any of this happen?
last nite at yo mommas house
Hmmm. A movie loosely based on a video game that everyone and their mother jokes about being a hodgepodge of generic zombie cliches...
Definitely predictive programming. You better write the CEO of Big Vidya Movies and tell him to un-make this movie.
I see yours and raise you mine
Yeah and the covid vaccine was the very first vaccine and invented heart attacks.
no but the game series as a whole has some elements of this. Can't decide if the old Capcom devs were redpilled or in on it.
Maybe, but the worst is Resident Evil 5. That was a real call out of the elites plan. Its about wesker trying to use a virus called Ouroboros on the planet to ascend humanity.
This. I feel at the time the racism controversy about the game was meant to distract from the actual plot which was very prescient. Also for some reason everybody seemed to think this was the worst RE ever. It was a fine game, merely RE4 with co-op and better item management but everybody to hated it.
The game tackles bioterrorism on a global scale in a way no RE has done before or ever since.
Excella calls Ouroboros a philosopher's stone. The elite are alchemists and corona was a reference to an alchemical process. As well as the nigredo etc.. Anyway one big fuckery lmao.
And yeah you're spot on about the false controversy. One of the first SJW controversy btw, which is weird.
( As for the game, I honestly thought while playing it again last year that it could have been sooo much better. They went full blown michael bay at some point which is too bad.
Some very quick scenes, like at the beginning in the city when you're in the sewers fighting dogs, were absolutely fantastic and chilling, but most of it was dummy action in a way. They lost the oppresive atmosphere that RE4 had. )
Oh and you know how is Ouroboros delivered to the population of the African village?
As a vaccine 🙂
I think I could rewatch it just to catch a glimpse of Milla Jovovich pussy at the final scene.
Yeah the movies are pretty mid but milla is boner food
Am I schizo if I see something here?
No, that house is does look very masonic and it’s because the mansion she wakes up in is the CEO of Umbrella’s, the lab is connected directly to the house. Still don’t know why Alice is in the shower there, seems like creating Alice was a big mistake too.
Yeah it seems like it.
The Red Queen AI is also a reference to Alice in Wonderlands I think.
Anyway this movie is def weird. Plenty of references I just wouldn't have been able to get 20 years ago.
Because she was more than just an employee for umbrella. She worked security for the mansion but she ends up being experimented on after Umbrella sees how efficient she is
I mean Alice, waking up in a bathroom with a checkered floor and pillars, wearing a red dress ( I don't really know what it's symbol of, but it could be of Psychosis or paranoia ), and she finds a letter with " Today all your dreams come true " written in the bedroom. Weird shit.
Capcom is redpilled. There is a character in the streetfighter universe named Q who is always on the run from the CIA and Leon Kennedy saves the presidents daughter from the illuminati. As for the movies I think it's soft disclosure on the d.u.m.b.s and whatnot beneath our feet.
Say it was soft disclosure, what do you think would happen if one of the characters died before the victory could be achieved?
I just realized something else. Alice then enters the Hive with the soldiers. But to get to the hive they take a train that gets very deep into the underground building.
They go to the underground. Hell so to speak.
Alice was a soldier and lost her memory to the side effects of something. That's weird too.
Alice looks at a broken like mirror, which is a reference to "shattering" and dissociation.
SUCH A GOOD MOVIE. Has Cradle of Filth and Marylin Manson in the soundtrack
>Cradle of Filth
Really? I can only remember a Slipknot song during the credits roll.
Ahh crap sorry that was the second film.
And coal chamber
Yeah honestly i will always defend the first one, sure as an adaptation is nothing like the games but as its own thing its really original and has its own vibe, the hive, the claustrofophic feeling of being trapped underground with zombies is genius, the lazer hall, i even dig Alice and her matrix powers cause Wesker ends up doing the same later on so, speaking of witch Alice has an interesting name doesnt she? its gotta be an Alice in wonderland symbolism, the third movie also has its good parts with the whole desert apocalypse thing
God what a kino time
T virus is the tranny worm virus
That is obviously a seal directly behind them, although instead of your standard flair they went with a map of the hive thus showing the electronic based nature of it.