Make me wanna holler, and throw up both my hands!
The things people come into my inbox to ask & tell me....
I have no problems answering questions and giving my opinion if you’re asking, but I don’t do fear business— #dontbringscaredbusinesstome. If you do, then I’ll make it scary for you for my own entertainment lol 😈😝
Where’s your balls? Where’s your ovaries? ‘Occult’ simply means “hidden.” Are you afraid of what’s hidden from you or what you have been hiding from yourself, hmmm?
Ask yourself with valor: How the fuck can I worship the devil if I’m my own god?? “Oh hey Satan, I’m striving to be my own god but I still wanna be up under you while I do it—is that cool or no??” 🤣😂😝🤣🤣😝😝💀
We’re in a new era, fam—enlighten yourself. Shit, drop some new knowledge on me if you find something I haven’t touched on yet.
Don’t let me have fun with you at your expense—I’ll fuck around & be YOUR devil if you don’t watch out lol.
“A dream to some, a nightmare to others.” Chaos rules 🤟🏿🤟🏿
Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004)
I've never played a Resident Evil game, nor have I seen the first Resident Evil film, but I gave this a watch after a recommendation from a friend and I was not disappointed.
To give a brief synopsis: Apocalypse shows Alice, a survivor from the first film, venture out after being held by the Umbrella Corporation and experimented on after the events of the prior film in the series. This leaves her enhanced physically and basically allows Milla Jovovich to be a badass. She meets up with other characters including characters whom appear in the games, notably Jill Valentine. The main antagonists, aside from the titular zombie/mutant apocalypse, are a high ranking official of Umbrella, and Nemesis - a survivor from the first film who is turned into a huge mutant with physical enhancements, a rocket launcher, and a minigun.
Both Alice and Nemesis are treats to watch in action, and make up some of the best scenes of the film. A lot of the film is made up of typical zombie movie tropes, but it works well given it's the entire purpose of the film.
Some of the acting is far from excellent and the same goes for some of the visual effects, however this isn't exactly a film where you're looking for some beautiful cinematography or thoughtful mis-en-scene. Most of the film is grey and the sets are mostly made up of debris and/or reanimated corpses. What it lacks in cinematography, it more than makes up for in pure popcorn-flick quality.
One thing I noticed was how much this film seemed to borrow from or resemble Aliens. Some of the general themes, plot devices, and entire plot lines massively resemble Aliens and is something I noticed straight away. The irony is that despite this, I didn't like Aliens - a critically acclaimed film - whereas i liked Apocalypse - a film that borrowed from another film, and was negatively reviewed.
Overall, it's a great popcorn-flick, and I can't wait to get my teeth sunk in to the rest of the entries in the series.
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 21%
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