The Frida Cinema

Orange County's Year-Round Film Festival

Resident Evil: Apocalypse — Presented by Nostalgic Nebula!
Directed by
Alexander Witt
94
minutes

Resident Evil: Apocalypse poster

And now, an important message from Nostalgic Nebula: Attention, Umbrella employees! The Hive in the Arklay mountains has been breached by saboteurs and our experiments compromised. You are hereby ordered to attend the re-opening of the Hive at The Frida Cinema for a 15th anniversary screening of Resident Evil: Apocalypse.

Enjoy T-Virus themed drinks, submit your own B.O.W. (Bio Organic Weapon) concept art to win prizes and then enjoy the second installment of the Resident Evil film series on the big screen. Following the film will be a Q&A with Sgt. Peyton Wells of S.T.A.R.S., actor Razaaq Adoti!


“Like a savvy boxer, it bides its time, lulling its opponent into a false sense of complacency by barely remaining upright for long stretches of time, before delivering a knockout blow whose power seems to materialize out of thin air.” — Nathan Rabin, A.V. Club

“The stunts are as absurd as they are funny (sometimes for the right reasons, sometimes for the wrong ones)” — Sam Shepards, Reel Rundown

“Once again, [Milla] Jovovich’s Alice is suitably kick-ass (she’s been souped up with enhanced speed and strength, and yet more gratuitous nudity)” — Chris Hewitt, Empire

Resident Evil: Apocalypse