1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 27, 2012
As you may expect, this set comes with the first three Resident Evil films in the live action series. All are good quality blu-ray releases.
The films themselves are surprisingly much better than their video game counterpart and is recommended for fans and non-fans of the games alike.
0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on September 8, 2012
Why did they do theses awful movie in the first place, anyone that played the video game know they are not credible, and more romanced then anything.
Leon Kennedy which is the principle character in a few RE games is not introduced until RE5 and yet they make an awful job at it.
They need to stop production RE live movies the CGI version are what the movies should be the real RE movies that is based on the game.
4 of 21 people found the following review helpful
on January 19, 2010
What follows applies not only to this item, but also to most DVD boxed sets and trilogies sold by Amazon. It is vital for the purchaser to know, BEFORE buying, what movies the boxed sets contain. At first blush, this may seem like a silly remark, since it is supposedly common knowledge to movie buffs what three movies are involved in - in this instance - Resident Evil. But hold on a second -- there is an animation title in this series called Resident Evil: Degeneration, which is all CGI and which may very well be part of this trilogy of movies offered for sale at the expense of, say, Resident Evil: Apocalypse.
By the same token, The Die Hard set may or may not include the one with Kevin Smith as Warlock, and it is only by reading customer comments that we know what is included in the set. It is VITAL that we know BEFOREHAND what movies make up a boxed set instead of trying to return an unwanted collection because of a disparity between customer expectation and what was shipped. If the "Product Details" section were more informative (as in the case of the jaw-dropping level of detail presented for the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy), it would help both Amazon and the customer, as an ounce of prevention would certainly be worth more than a pound of cure in the unfortunate event that what was shipped did not meet the purchaser's expectations, and the order then had to be returned.