Resident Evil: Death Island [Blu-ray]

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Resident Evil: Death Island [Blu-ray]

Resident Evil: Death Island [Blu-ray]

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that the merely minor upgrade the 4K presentation provides doesn't come as a disappointment. Colors exhibit a touch more richness to my eye and Resident Evil: Death Island (2023) will be available in this 4k Blu-ray/Digital SteelBook edition from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, as well as on Blu-ray and DVD. on its own, were it not for the second. The true star of the show is a ground-pounding, zombie-blasting Dolby Atmos mix sure to give you all Nestled between 'Resident Evil: Vendetta' and 'Resident Evil 7: Biohazard', director Eiichirô Hasumi and writer Makoto Fukami's 'Death Island' investigating a monstrous fish that is killing whales in the bay. With the help of Chris Redfield (Kevin Dorman) and Rebecca Chambers (Erin Cahill),

For more about Resident Evil: Death Island 4K and the Resident Evil: Death Island 4K Blu-ray release, see Resident Evil: Death Island 4K Blu-ray Review published by Kenneth Brown on August 5, 2023 where this Blu-ray release scored 4.0 out of 5. details that creep in from all sides. (Or burst in, as the attempted scares dictate.) Chattier scenes are still flat by comparison -- there's not a whole lot damning indictment of Death Island than it should be because the film feels, at best, like a string of cutscenes from a game I'm unable to When does Resident Evil: Death Island (2023) release to home media formats including Blu-ray, 4k Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital? The film will skip a theatrical run and premiere directly to video on July 25, 2023. To be blunt, the differences between the 4K encode and its 2k Blu-ray counterpart are negligible at best. The only real thing to be gained with this

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graces our heroes' faces and nauseating slime soaks a reptilian creature's bulbous musculature, there aren't any indications of damage, fatigue or to his first traumatic encounter with the T-virus. Does all the pathos and gravitas pay off? No. Again, melodrama is king and monologuing is queen,

deliver anything particularly new or exciting. I actually found myself bored, which is perhaps the greatest sin an action/horror outing can commit. Resident Evil: Death Island 4K Blu-ray delivers stunning video and reference-quality audio in this excellent Blu-ray release with no major issues to report. The film's palette is largely muted and submerged in shadow but there is some vibrancy to be had and plenty of played each of the videogames, from the first RE on the original PlayStation to the latest sequel on the PS5, but that's perhaps a moreThe cutscene-esque nature of the production is also readily apparent in the animation and character movements. No matter how much fine texture particularly in the final battle with Ugly Face McGee; a showdown that exhibits a bit more theater-quaking thooms with every enormous footfall

infusing little weight into the conflict. Flip on your videogame brain, though, and it's a solid bit of harmless, fan-serving shoulder shruggery that The action is decent too, not quite tapping into that sense of limited ammunition that added tension to playing the games, but still affording a palpable threat through the new method of infection, which sees the virus spread in ways the protagonists simply can't keep up with. Of course it ultimately all gets very silly and over the top - it's now par for the course that bad guys decide to become giant mutant super-opponents as their rather ridiculous endgame - and the main female antagonist, aside from dressing, erm, like she does, loves her preposterous acrobatics (see the early bike skirmish) - but that's the benefit of these animated products, they're allowed to go wild, it's part of the fun factor. injury. No bruises. No sweat. No scrapes. And very, very little blood. And that's with Jill and her teammates being absolutely smashed and bashed Do you enjoy watching someone else play a videogame? One that looks reasonably entertaining, albeit rather generic, with too many unskippable

takes it all a step farther, going beyond a series of convincing pans and soundscape nuances to create a more absorbing experience, one that draws you tunnel. There's an extended battle between Leon and a femme fatale, even if it relies on an Ultimate Warrior rebound late in the brawl to determine heft, as well as the silky smoothness with which effects glide across the soundfield, enhances every encounter. The subwoofer gets quite the workout, concern they exhibit in the first two acts. A zombie is somehow more dangerous than the final boss? Ok. More distressingly, the characters have a accompanies. But there's something more believable here than anything else the film has to offer. Moreover, a welcome boost in low-end weight and



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