Eiichiro Hasumi’s new ‘Resident Evil’ 3DCG installment features franchise stalwart Leon S. Kennedy on a zombie-filled caper to Alcatraz Island, complete with a shark-human ‘Bio-Organic-Weapon’ and other new nasty monsters; film releases on Blu-Ray, 4k Steelbook, Digital, and DVD today, July 25th.
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The ‘Resident Evil: Vendetta’ sequel features a rescue mission led by Leon S. Kennedy and a zombie-filled caper to Alcatraz Island, out July 25 on Blu-ray and Digital.
The animation style on ‘Leon and the Mysterious Village,’ a new promotional short for Capcom’s upcoming remastered horror game, feels quite familiar… and is positively adorable.
The ‘Resident Evil: Vendetta’ sequel features a rescue mission led by Leon S. Kennedy, and a zombie-filled caper to Alcatraz Island.
The VFX and animation studio settles into its new Manhattan Beach digs, offering small shop creative/budgetary advantages with the underlying muscle of extensive European roots; The Mill alumni Aurelien Simon and Gawain Liddiard will head new office.
The next chapter of terror from the famed franchise takes viewers 14-years in the future, where the world is overrun by… blood-thirsty zombies, intent on maximum carnage – it’s just plain evil! The 8-episode series hits the streamer July 14.
Director Eiichiro Hasumi discusses producing his first animated project, and how a career spent outside animation helped him bring realism and drama to Capcom and Netflix’s new animated series, which premieres today.
It all starts in the city streets of civil war-ravaged Penamstan, where bullets fly, and a U.S. special forces helicopter falls from the sky; based on Capcom’s hugely successful game franchise, the original CG anime series hits the streaming giant July 8.
Geeked Week, the streamers free virtual event, runs June 7-11 across the @NetflixGeeked social channels; catch exclusive news, trailers, art, and drop-ins from stars of popular shows including ‘Stranger Things,’ ‘Castlevania,’ and ‘The Old Guard.’
Netflix reveals series director and composer as well as character trailer of Leon and Claire, and zombies, as the White House suddenly goes dark; highly anticipated anime series to premiere exclusively on the streaming giant this July.
Streamer casts leads and drops storyline and teaser art; coming later this year, the new CG project will be produced by Capcom, TMS Entertainment, and Quebico.
After a disappointing first trailer, the film’s fans have their faith restored with a new Chinese trailer that features humor and the Meowscular Chef.
Show inspired by Capcom’s hugely popular horror-video game franchise gets the greenlight; brand-new storyline will span two different timelines.