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Resident Evil Is for Lovers

How a goofy zombie franchise became my Valentine's Day tradition.

What are your favorite geeky Valentine's Day traditions?

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Netflix Is Making a Resident Evil TV Series but Why Mess With the Trash Perfection of the Films?

If it doesn't have Milla Jovovich, it ain't Resident Evil brah.

But here's the thing: why mess with the bonkers perfection that is the Anderson/Jovovich trainwreck of a series?

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Things We Saw Today: Ethereal Empress of Flawless Vocals and Fluffy Sleeves Celine Dion Delivers Stunning Titanic Tribute

It's been nearly 20 years and we've never fully let go of the game-changing blockbuster that is Titanic or its equally epic theme sung by literal goddess Celine Dion.

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Paul W.S. Anderson Talks Female Heroes, Video Game Movies, and the End of an Era With Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

Paul W.S. Anderson, who has directed four Resident Evil movies and written all six, talked about adapting video games to film in an interview about Resident Evil: The Final Chapter.

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A Meat Processing Professional Reviews Resident Evil: Retribution

A large proportion of the Umbrella Corporation budget seems to have been spent on simulated weather, and rather less on introductory courses to controlled experiments.

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A Meat Processing Professional Reviews Resident Evil: Afterlife

Sadly, one cannot admire Mr. Anderson or Ms. Jovavich for their commitment to accuracy–even a brief interview with a meat processing professional, such as myself, would have pointed out the numerous flaws in this production.

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Things We Saw Today: This Popular Pokémon Go Guide Turned Out To Be Malware

There's a super-popular app that managed to sneak onto the Google Play store called Guide for Pokémon Go. Hopefully, neither you nor anyone you know downloaded it, because it's actually malicious software.

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Things We Saw Today: Jill Valentine’s Character Model, Cosplaying as Jill Valentine

Julia Voth sure does look exactly like Jill Valentine in this cosplay -- probably because she's the professional actress and model who served as the character likeness for the Resident Evil heroine. Her calm, cool, don't-mess-with-me glare looks pitch perfect, doesn't it?

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Milla Jovovich and Ali Larter Show Fierce Face on the Set of Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

Work it, Alice and Claire.

Are you more than ready for the next (and definitely final) Resident Evil film? Well, stars Milla Jovovich and Ali Larter definitely are, judging by this photo Milla shared of them on the set via Instagram.

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The 8 Best Fictional Weapons Wielded by Warrior Women

A.k.a. the bad-ass sci-fi and fantasy tools that we all wish we owned

In no particular order, here are my personal favorite weapons used by bad-ass women in genre fiction. Whether you're fighting a dragon or a zombie or a literal God, you have to bring the right tools, and these are the best I've seen wielded by ladies of fantasy and sci-fi.

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Resident Evil 6 Is Definitely “The Final Chapter” (For The Movies, Not The Games)

The sixth Resident Evil film will be the last, just as its full title promises, according to actress Ali Larter, who will reprise her role as Claire Redfield. More specifically, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter will be an intentional conclusion to the complex alternate canon of the Resident Evil film franchise.

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Things We Saw Today: “Nice Guy” Behaviors That Are Actually Microagressions

And a gender non-conforming feminist faerie!

Our friends at Everyday Feminism posted an awesome series of comics by Christine Deneweth called Feminist Faerie Magic: For the "Nice Guys" Who Try, But Don't Seem to Get It. Check them out, and share them with the nice guys in your life!

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Pippi Longstocking Parody with Milla Jovovich Hits Home, Re: Sexualized Young Female Characters

It's not Pippi, it's Crimson Justice?

The truth is, this kind of project could totally happen and that's totally depressing.

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Review: Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Shows Us True Horror—and It’s 20 Years Old

This Claire sandwich needs more kick.

Revelations is supposed to bridge the two phases in Resident Evil’s history: the “classic” survival-horror style, with long mansion hallways and tricky puzzles, and the newer breed, where zombies move fast and bioengineered monsters grow gigantic pus sacs from every orifice. But all Resident Evil: Revelations 2 does is make me wish we could turn back the clock 20 years—that the good old days are still possible to relive. They’re not.

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PBS Game/Show Tackles the Racist Pitfalls That Can Go Along With NPCs of Color in Video Games

Yeah, I have always been a little side-eye about the Gerudo.

Jamin Warren brings up a lot of good points about how the player agency which lies at the heart of most games often results in dehumanized NPCs, which become doubly problematic when PCs are majority white and/if NPCs are predominantly brown. He also tackles the common scifi/fantasy trope of using inter-species conflict as a metaphor for inter-racial conflict, one that I've been mulling over myself for a while now.

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Badass Milla Jovovich Interviewed Badass Michelle Rodriguez, Discussed Movies, Motherhood, & Mischief

I love these women.

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The Mary Sue Presents a Sideshow Collectibles Ada Wong Giveaway!

"Put your hands where I can see them."

The Mary Sue is delighted to partner with Sideshow Collectibles for a special giveaway of an Ada Wong Sixth Scale Figure by Hot Toys!

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Things We Saw Today: The Little Golden Book Version of Attack on Titan

Google: "Attack on Titan Opening - Music Box Version"

No, this isn't a real Golden Book. It's part of Matt Reedy's Little Golden Manga, an art project that imagines teen and adult manga as kids books! (via Kotaku)

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Zoomin.TV Counts Down The Top 5 Cancelled Games That Never Got To See The Light

At least we still got Resident Evil 2.

Avid gamers get a glimpse of a lot of interesting and promising games that never come to full fruition for a number of unlucky reasons. Zoomin.TV has chosen their top 5 picks of games which they would have liked to see become more than just teasers and trailers, but which were cancelled first.

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Star Wars, Captain America 3 Release Dates In Flux, Resident Evil & Terminator: Genesis Start Filming

It's Technical

Disney may not be ready to announce anything official as far as casting for the next Star Wars films but they are debating release dates for both Star Wars VII and Captain America 3: Black Widow Steals The Show (title pending approval) while also giving a few other small details. Read on for more, as well as a possible name for the next Resident Evil film and the first picture from the set of Terminator: Genesis.

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