Steve Biodrowski

Cinefantastique's Los Angeles Correspondent from 1987 to 1993 and West Coast Editor from 1993 to 1999. Currently the webmaster of Cinefantastique Online, I also run a website called Hollywood Gothique that covers Halloween Horror and Sci-Fi Cinema Events in the Los Angeles area.


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5 responses to “Resident Evil: Extinction (2007): Film Review”

  1. » Box Office: Genre Shutout

    [...] best genre showing was by RESIDENT EVIL: EXTINCTION. In its third weekend in U.S. theatres, the film earned $4.2-million, raising its total to [...]

  2. » Box Office: genre no-shows

    [...] highest ranked horror title was RESIDENT EVIL: EXTINCTION, which came in at #9 (down from #4) with $2.65-million. That gave the zombie action-flick a [...]

  3. » Laserblast: Resident Evil 3 leads a listless week

    [...] phenomenon -and the buzz surrounding it – burned out.) No doubt the bit seller this week will be RESIDENT EVIL: EXTINCTION, which arrives on a Widescreen Special Edition DVD and onBlu-ray disc. Bonus features are: audio [...]

  4. » Box Office: Vampires have their day

    [...] RESIDENT EVIL: EXTINCTION dropped out of the Top Ten this weekend. The zombie flick saw itself decay to #17 (down from #9 last week), where it earned a tad over $1-million. After five weekends, the film’s U.S. release has netted $49.96-million. [...]

  5. Laserblast DVD & Blu-Ray Releases: Dark Knight, Lost, Horton & Cult Horrors | Cinefantastique Online

    [...] Trilogy four-disc box set, featuring all three films (RESIDENT EVIL, RESIDENT EVIL: APOCALYPSE; and RESIDENT EVIL: EXTINCTION), plus extras. As much as anything, this franchise (going back to its videogame origins) is [...]

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