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Resident Evil: Extinction -- Milla Jovovich is back to kill more zombies in the third chapter of the hit Resident Evil franchise! An action/horror film filled with huge special effects and edge-of-your-seat terror! Survivors of the Raccoon City catastrophe travel across the Nevada desert, hoping to make it to Alaska. Alice (Jovovich) joins the caravan and their fight against the evil Umbrella Corp.
Resident Evil: Extinction -- Behind the scene: Fighting Zombies
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Resident Evil: Extinction -- Behind the scenes: Shooting A Zombie
Resident Evil: Extinction -- Interview: Ali Larter "On The Film As A Fresh Approach"


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We Have Witnessed The Beginning... We Have Seen The Apocalypse... Now We Face Extinction... See more »
Survivors of the Raccoon City catastrophe travel across the Nevada desert, hoping to make it to Alaska. Alice joins the caravan and their fight against the evil Umbrella Corp. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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I was surprised by how much I enjoyed it. Despite looking so, this series is not extinct just yet. See more (345 total) »


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Directed by
Russell Mulcahy 
Writing credits
Paul W.S. Anderson (written by)

Produced by
Paul W.S. Anderson .... producer
Jeremy Bolt .... producer
Bernd Eichinger .... producer
Samuel Hadida .... producer
Victor Hadida .... executive producer
Robert Kulzer .... producer
Héctor López .... line producer (as Hector E. Lopez)
Martin Moszkowicz .... executive producer
Kelly Van Horn .... executive producer
Original Music by
Charlie Clouser 
Cinematography by
David Johnson 
Film Editing by
Niven Howie 
Casting by
Scot Boland 
Victoria Burrows 
Production Design by
Eugenio Caballero 
Art Direction by
Marco Niro 
Set Decoration by
Barbara Enriquez 
Costume Design by
Joseph A. Porro 
Makeup Department
Isabel Amezcua .... hair dresser: second unit
Girasol Botello .... special makeup effects artist: second unit
Carol Brown .... assistant makeup department head
Malinalli Contreras .... special makeup effects artist: second unit
Humberto Escamilla .... makeup artist
Elena Espino .... special makeup effects artist: second unit
Sylvia Fernández .... assistant hair department head
Lourdes Flores .... key makeup artist: second unit
David Forrest .... makeup department head (as David Craig Forrest)
Bruce Spaulding Fuller .... on-set makeup effects supervisor (as Bruce Fuller)
Marco A. Garcia .... makeup artist (as Marco Garcia)
Elvia Felix Herrera .... assistant makeup artist: second unit
Laura Hill .... contact lens technician
Miila Hyokki .... special makeup effects artist: second unit
Ralis Kahn .... special makeup effects artist: second unit
Natasha Ladek .... wig maker: Milla Jovovich
Estrella Lorrabaquio .... hair dresser: second unit
Michael Mosher .... on-set makeup effects technician: Tatopoulos Studios
Gerardo Munoz Lopez .... special makeup effects artist: second unit
Bunny Parker .... hair department head
Tena Parker .... assistant hair department head (as Tena Parker-Liddiard)
Mailen Parmiggiani .... special makeup effects artist: second unit
Richard Redlefsen .... special makeup effects artist
Isaac Colin Sanchez .... special makeup effects artist: second unit
Carlos Segui .... special makeup effects artist: second unit
Gloria Serrano .... special makeup effects artist: second unit
Jorge Siller .... special makeup effects artist (as Jorge Siller Olguin)
Patrick Tatopoulos .... creature designer and fabrication supervisor
Bob Smithson .... contact lens technician (uncredited)
Production Management
Keah Bews .... production supervisor
Lily Flaschner .... production supervisor
James K. Jensen .... post-production supervisor
Héctor López .... unit production manager
Kelly Van Horn .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Douglas Aarniokoski .... second unit director (as Doug Aarniokoski)
María Raquel Dioni .... second assistant director: second unit (as Maria Dioni)
Mark Egerton .... first assistant director
Robert Grayson .... first assistant director: second unit (as Robert P. Grayson)
Jose Jimenez .... additional second assistant director (as Abel Jimenez)
Miguel Lima .... first assistant director: second unit
Joaquin Silva .... second assistant director
Emma Stokes .... second second assistant director
Valeria Villalobos .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Luis Amezquita .... greensman foreman
Manuel Andrade .... swing gang
Carlos Benassini .... assistant art director
Patricia Cuevas .... set decoration assistant
Sandra Flores .... assistant set decorator
Carlos Gamboa .... set designer
Alejandro García .... decorator assistant
Jonathan Gesinski .... storyboard artist
Derek A. Hecker Diaz .... property master
Dereck Hecker .... property master
Arturo Lazcano .... head scenic painter
Armando Lopez .... set designer
Martin L. Mercer .... storyboard artist
Pachilu Moreno .... art buyer
Tony Perez .... on-set dresser
Claudio Ramirez Castelli .... set dresser: second unit (as Claudio Castelli)
Hector H. Rivera .... set designer
Patrick Tatopoulos .... concept artist
Patrick Tatopoulos .... visual consultant
Ariel Valsagna .... prop design/illustration
Ariel Valsagna .... sketch artist
Alex Vinnitski .... product placement (as Alexander Vinnitski)
Oscar Tello .... assistant production designer (uncredited)
Ariel Valsagna .... prop artist: red diary (uncredited)
Sound Department
Julie Altus .... adr recordist
Bill Devine .... adr mixer
Terry Garcia .... assistant sound editor
Jeff Gomillion .... adr mixer
Scott Hecker .... supervising sound editor (as Scott A. Hecker)
Chris Jenkins .... sound re-recording mixer
Luciano Larobina .... sound mixer
Jimmy Lifton .... adr facility
Ryan Maguire .... foley mixer
Frank A. Montaño .... sound re-recording mixer (as Frank Montano)
Eric A. Norris .... supervising sound editor
Derek Pippert .... supervising foley editor
Miguel Rivera .... adr dialogue supervisor
Philip Rogers .... adr recordist
James Simcik .... adr editor
Dean St. John .... adr mixer
Paulette Victor-Lifton .... recording facility supervisor
David Werntz .... sound effects editor
Andrew Troy .... sound recordist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Darryl Anka .... miniatures crew
David Beneke .... lab technician: Tatopoulos Studios
George Bernota .... animatronics: Tatopoulos Studios
Julia Bogdan-Rollo .... production accountant: Tatopoulos Studios
Cris Borgnine .... special effects crew
J.D. Bowers .... foam latex technician
Ryan Bradley .... special effects best boy
Ray Brown .... special effects foreman
Marco Antonio Castillo .... special effects technician (as Marco Antonio Castillo Rivera)
Frank Ceglia .... special effects foreman
Laurencio Cordero .... special effects coordinator (as Laurencio Cordero B.)
Manuel Cordero .... special effects technician (as Manuel Cordero Perez)
Bruce Spaulding Fuller .... sculptor: Tatopoulos Studios
Dave Grasso .... sculptor/painter: Tatopoulos Studios (as David Grasso)
John Halfmann .... lab technician: Tatopoulos Studios
Mark Herman .... special effects editor
Guy Himber .... shop supervisor: Tatopoulos Studios
Joel Huerta .... special effects technician: second unit
Darnell Isom .... seamer: Tatopoulos Studios
Arturo Jasso .... special effects assistant
Carol Jones .... key costumer: Tatopoulos Studios
Allison Klein .... assistant to designer: Tatopoulos Studios
Steve Kuzela .... patcher: Tatopoulos Studios (as Steven Kuzela)
Steve Kuzela .... seamer: Tatopoulos Studios (as Steven Kuzela)
Julian Ledger .... painter: Tatopoulos Studios
Julian Ledger .... sculptor: Tatopoulos Studios
Mi Kyung Lee .... costumer: Tatopoulos Studios (as Mi Kyung 'Vanessa' Lee)
Arthur D. Lindfield .... special effects technician
Casey Love .... sculptor/painter: Tatopoulos Studios
Russell Lukich .... sculptor/painter: Tatopoulos Studios
Christine Mansfield .... patcher: Tatopoulos Studios
Christine Mansfield .... seamer: Tatopoulos Studios
Robert McKinnon .... concept artist: dogs, Tatopoulos Studios (as Rob McKinnon)
Amber Meno .... accounting assistant: Tatopoulos Studios
Bruce D. Mitchell .... fabricator: Tatopoulos Studios (as Bruce Mitchell)
Fermin Muñoz Hernández .... special effects technician: second unit (as Fermin Munoz)
Stephane Nicoli .... special effects
Ken Niederbaumer .... special effects technician
Dan Ossello .... special effects technician: second unit
David Perteet .... lab technician: Tatopoulos Studios
David Perteet .... moldmaker: Tatopoulos Studios
Anthony Pina .... patcher: Tatopoulos Studios
Anthony Pina .... seamer: Tatopoulos Studios
Anshuman Prasad .... purchasing agent: Tatopoulos Studios
Casey Pritchett .... special effects technician (as William Casey Pritchett)
Darrell Pritchett .... special effects coordinator (as Darrell D. Pritchett)
Michael Ross .... foam latex technician
Raymundo Rubeu .... special effects technician
Frank Rydberg .... moldmaker: Tatopoulos Studios
Rodriguez Soto .... special effects technician
Tully Summers .... sculptor: Tatopoulos Studios
Gregory C. Tippie .... special effects technician: second unit (as Greg Tippie)
Mark Viniello .... foam lab supervisor: Tatopoulos Studios, Inc.
Visual Effects by
Enrico Altmann .... model maker
Mandy Au .... lighting artist: Mr. X Inc.
Sandeep Bachhe .... sequence lead: Anibrain Digital
Sarah Barber .... visual effects production assistant: Mr. X Inc.
Aaron Barclay .... sequence lead: Mr. X Inc.
Brian Beard .... digital intermediate editor
Michael Becki .... digital compositor: Mr. X Inc (as Mike Becki)
Barb Benoit .... digital compositor: Mr. X Inc.
Dennis Berardi .... visual effects supervisor
Kristy Blackwell .... senior compositor: Mr. X Inc.
Robert Bloom .... compositor
Greg M. Boettcher .... visual effects
Randy Bosh .... digital archivist: New Deal Studios
E.M. Bowen .... visual effects coordinator: New Deal Studios, Inc.
Kyle Boylen .... digital compositor
Jeff Briant .... visual effects production assistant: Mr X Inc.
Ian Britton .... compositor: Rocket Science VFX
Alexandre Cancado .... visual effects
Jeff Capogreco .... effects animator: Mr. X Inc.
Dan Carnegie .... visual effects animator: Mr. X Inc.
Hubert Chan .... animator: Mr. X Inc.
Jason Chan .... digital compositor: Mr. X Inc.
Erik Charlebois .... effects animator: Mr. X Inc.
Tavia Charlton .... senior visual effects coordinator: Rocket Science VFX
Vasistha Chawda .... digital artist: Anibrain Digital
Vanessa Cheung .... compositor
Cyril Frederick Chu .... lighting artist: Mr. X Inc. (as Fred Chu)
Ovidiu Cinazan .... digital compositor
Rubina Cokar .... visual effects coordinator
Matt Daly .... visual effects coordinator: Mr. X Inc.
Rob Del Ciancio .... sequence lead: Mr. X Inc.
Bonnie Dickson .... tape operator
Jeremy Dineen .... visual effects animator: Mr. X Inc.
Anand Dorairaj .... digital compositor: Mr. X Inc
Christopher Dusendschon .... digital imaging supervisor: iO FILM
Peter Dydo .... animator: Mr. X Inc
Jason Edwardh .... animator: Mr. X Inc.
David Fix .... senior systems administrator: Mr. X Inc.
Adam Francis .... motion control technician
Shannon Blake Gans .... visual effects executive producer: New Deal Studios Inc
Zachary J. Gans .... visual effects production assistant: Mr X Inc.
Matt Glover .... visual effects production assistant
Jason Gougeon .... digital modeling and texture artist: Mr. X Inc.
Matthew Gratzner .... visual effects supervisor: New Deal Studios, Inc.
Robert Greb .... digital compositor: Mr. X Inc.
Luke Groves .... visual effects coordinator: Mr. X Inc.
Omar Gudjonsson .... digital compositor
Annu Gulati .... digital compositor: Mr. X Inc.
Varun Hadkar .... digital compositor
Matt Hansen .... animator
Mark Herman .... visual effects editor
Joshua Herrig .... visual effects artist: Mr. X Inc.
Victoria Holt .... visual effects coordinator: Mr. X Inc.
Noel Hooper .... digital compositor
Timo Huber .... digital compositor
Colin Hui .... effects animator: Mr. X Inc.
Evan Jacobs .... visual effects supervisor
Jeffrey Jasper .... digital artist: New Deal Studios
Llyr Tobias Johansen .... production assistant
Ariel Joson .... visual effects artist: Rocket Science VFX
Megumi Kanazawa .... compositor: Rocket Science VFX
Dushyant Kashyap .... digital effects artist
Taryn P. Kelly .... visual effects coordinator: New Deal Studios
Jagdish Kini .... digital artist: Anibrain Digital
Ashraf Kotaal .... digital compositor
Miklos Kozary .... senior compositor
Karen Kriss .... digital producer: Mr. X Inc.
Terence Krueger .... visual effects artist
Giselle Kymberly .... digital compositor
Ken Lam .... digital compositor
Phillip Lang .... senior compositor: Mr. X Inc. (as Phillip Lange)
Ethan Lee .... effects animator: Mr. X Inc.
Mai-Ling Lee .... digital modeling and texture artist: Mr. X Inc.
Shun Sing Edward Lee .... senior digital compositor: Mr. X Inc. (as Edward Lee)
Navarrete M. Luis .... visual effects: model maker
Ian MacLeod .... digital artist
Deepa Makhija .... digital artist: Anibrain Digital
Aisha Malik .... visual effects production assistant: Mr. X Inc.
Elliot Mallon .... animator: Mr. X Inc.
Iain Marcks .... digital imaging technician: iO FILM (as Iain Stasukevich)
Lisa-Marie Marrelli .... compositor: Rocket Science VFX (as Lisa Marie Marrelli)
Haydn Masuda .... digital artist: Invisible Pictures
Anshul Mathuria .... digital artist: Anibrain Digital
Jim Maxwell .... matte painter: Mr. X Inc
Sarah McMurdo .... digital producer: Mr. X Inc.
Bhavik Mehta .... digital effects artist
Jennifer Middleton .... model maker: New Deal Studios Inc
Sean Mills .... modeler and texture artist: Mr. X Inc.
Daniel Mizuguchi .... sequence and animation supervisor
John Moores .... digital compositor
Sudipto Mukherjee .... digital effects artist
Mike Mulock .... animator: Mr. X Inc. (as Michael Mulock)
Jesh Murthy .... sequence lead: Anibrain Digital (as Jesh Krishna Murthy)
Palak Krishna Murthy .... sequence lead: Anibrain Digital
Sunny Nair .... digital artist: Anibrain Digital
Andrew Nguyen .... lead animator: Rocket Science VFX
Andrew Nguyen .... matte painter: Rocket Science VFX
Dayal Nishit .... compositor
Sanjay Panchal .... digital artist: Anibrain Digital
Hojin Park .... digital compositor
Raphael A. Pimentel .... lead animator
Purti Pitale .... digital artist: Anibrain Digital
Aaron Pozzer .... digital artist: Invisible Pictures
Kevin Quatman .... senior digital compositor: Mr. X Inc.
Chhavi Rajvanshi .... digital artist: Anibrain Digital
Matt Ralph .... animator
Dominic Remane .... lighting lead: Mr. X Inc.
Dominic Remane .... lighting technical director: Mr. X Inc.
Anthony Riazzi .... digital effects supervisor: New Deal Studios
Ankur Sachdev .... digital compositor
Ruben Salazar .... compositor: Rocket Science VFX
Avi Salem .... digital compositor: Mr. X Inc.
David Sanger .... visual effects producer: New Deal Studios
Jitendra Sawant .... digital artist: Anibrain Digital (as Jitendra Swant)
Matt Schofield .... matte painter: Mr. X Inc.
Ruchira Sharma .... digital artist: Anibrain Digital
Smriti Sharma .... digital artist: Anibrain Digital
Carolyn Shelby .... digital compositor
Sampat Shetty .... visual effects
Payam Shohadai .... visual effects supervisor: Luma Pictures
Ben Simons .... effects animator: Mr. X Inc.
Gavin Soares .... animator
Martha Soehendra .... digital compositor
Mark Stepanek .... lighting artist: Mr. X Inc.
Tamara Stone .... digital compositor: Mr. X Inc.
Jim Su .... animator: Mr. X Inc.
Jim Su .... creature modeller and rigger: Mr. X Inc.
Brendan Taylor .... on-set visual effects coordinator: Mr. X Inc.
Christa Tazzeo .... visual effects coordinator: Invisible
David Thompson .... digital compositor
Tim M. Townsend .... digital compositor: Mr.X inc. (as Tim Townsend)
Jean-Philippe Traoré .... digital compositor: Mr. X Inc.
Tom Turnbull .... visual effects supervisor: Rocket Science VFX
Armando Velazquez .... digital compositor: Mr. X Inc
Allan Walker .... matte artist
John Watson .... compositor: Rocket Science VFX
Aaron Weintraub .... digital effects supervisor: Mr. X Inc.
Brianne Wells .... editorial coordinator: Mr. X Inc.
Fiona Campbell Westgate .... visual effects producer: Mr. X Inc
Neil Williamson .... visual effects supervisor: Invisible Pictures
Sean Wilson .... digital effects artist
Colin Withers .... senior technical supervisor: Mr. X Inc.
Kyle Yoneda .... effects animator
Wojciech Zielinski .... sequence supervisor: Mr.X Inc.
Robert Beebe .... digital effects technician: iO FILM (uncredited)
Hugo Aguilera .... utility stunts
Alejandro Avendano .... utility stunts (as Alejandro Avendaño Luhrs)
Krista Bell .... utility stunts
Timothy Thomas Brown .... stunts
Balo Bucio .... assistant stunt coordinator
Joan Cendras .... stunt double
Charles Currier .... fight coordinator
Antonio De Regil .... stunt
Cesar Alvarez del Castillo .... key stunt rigger (as Cesar Alvarez del Castillo M.)
Greg Dolph .... utility stunts
Chris Durand .... utility stunts (as Chris Duran)
Ousaun Elam .... stunt double
Rick Forsayeth .... stunt coordinator
Gabriel Godínez .... utility stunts
David Harcourt .... stunt rigging coordinator
Eduardo Blanco Katz .... key stunt rigger
Thomas J. Larsen .... utility stunts
Joanne Leach .... stunt double
Karen Leach .... stunt performer
Felipe Lopez .... utility stunts
Mauricio Martínez .... utility stunts
Steven McMichael .... stunt coordinator: second unit
Miriam Meza .... stunt double (as Miriam Meza Lainez)
Layton Morrison .... stunt coordinator: second unit Mexico City
Layton Morrison .... utility stunts
Michiko Nishiwaki .... stunt double
Rick Scott .... stunt rigger
Sharon Simms .... stunt double
Priscilla Solorzano .... stunt double
Trampas Thompson .... stunts
César René Vigné .... utility stunts
Pablo Vinós .... utility stunts
Chrissy Weathersby Ball .... stunt double: Ashanti
Carlos Ragas .... utility stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Benito Aguilar .... gaffer
Christian Camacho .... video assist
Víctor Camacho .... videoassist playback op
Roger Chingirian .... electrician: additional photography
Peter Chrimes .... key grip: second unit
Jesse Crusing .... best boy electric: additional photography
Remi Epron .... aerial pilot & technician
Maxim Ford .... timelapse camera
Clement Gharini .... camera operator: flying camera
Peter Graf .... stab-c technician
Luis Enrique Granados .... assistant video technician
Fernando Gutierrez .... second assistant camera
Jose Gutierrez .... first assistant camera: "b" camera second unit
Norbert Kaluza .... Steadicam operator
Norbert Kaluza .... camera operator: "a" camera
Rolf Konow .... still photographer
Steve Koster .... aerial director of photography
Juan Carlos Lazo .... gaffer: second unit
Katie Matheson .... second assistant camera
Igor Meglic .... director of photography: second unit
Jesús Muñoz .... video assist
Fernando Peralta .... first assistant camera: "c" camera, second unit
Israel Páez .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Van Redin .... additional still photographer
Pablo Reyes .... director of photography: second unit (as Pablo Reyes M.)
Miguel Lorenzo Romero .... interpreter: camera
Gerardo Ruffinelli .... second assistant camera: "c" camera, second unit
Luis David Sansans .... camera operator: "b" camera second unit
Jeremy Settles .... camera operator
Eduardo Flores Torres .... camera loader: second unit
Rob Wood .... first assistant camera
Casting Department
Tineka Becker .... casting associate
Caitlin McKenna .... adr voice casting (as Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson)
Jesus Quinones .... casting assistant
Francisco Veyro .... extras casting: second unit
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Anette Czagany .... assistant costume designer: Los Angles
Alma Magaña .... set costumer: additional photography
Francisco Stoll .... key costumer
Editorial Department
Joseph Alaniz .... digital intermediate producer (as Joe Alaniz)
Brian Beard .... digital conformist: 2K
Tristan M. Brighty .... assistant editor (as Tristan Brighty)
Christopher Dusendschon .... digital imaging supervisor (as Chris Dusendschon)
Tod Feuerman .... additional editor
Ryan Folsey .... additional editor
Richard Glazerman .... assistant editor
Ben Howdeshell .... assistant editor (as Benjamin Howdeshell)
Michael John Koetter .... software engineer
Mia Lavezzi .... digital film restoration artist
Alonso Llosa .... apprentice editor
Michael Mintz .... digital film colorist
Chris Mistorni .... assistant editor
David Raymond .... assistant editor
Harry Muller .... color timer (uncredited)
Music Department
James Bladon .... music editor
Transportation Department
Cody Herpin .... driver
Other crew
Jorge Almejo .... production assistant
Lucy Amador .... production accountant: Mexico
Ana Ballesteros .... caterer
Mauricio Ballesteros .... craft service
Liz Brandenburg .... production secretary (as Leez Brandenburg-Henderson)
Karla Bukantz .... production office co-coordinator
Mariana Castellblanch .... craft service
John Charles .... software manager: Sony DAC
Evan Cholfin .... office production assistant
Thomas Cobb .... assistant: Mike Epps
Sarah Cole .... dog trainer
Iram Collantes .... location manager
Iram Collantes .... production consultant
Sarah Crompton .... assistant: Paul Anderson and Milla Jovovich
Erin Dunlap .... production assistant
Richard Epcar .... additional voices
Sue Field .... script supervisor
Lily Flaschner .... location supervisor
Cindy Franke .... assistant: Kelly Van Horn (as Cindy Franke Hoover)
Meghan C. Fraser .... dog trainer (as Megan Fraser)
Sabina Friedland .... production assistant
Edgar Gallaga .... on-set production assistant
Andrea Gamboa .... travel and accommodation coordinator
Johnny Gerland .... stand-in
Duck Grossberg .... data manager
Thorsten Hagemann .... assistant: Russell Mulcahy
Carrie Hakanson .... dog trainer
Michael J. Harker .... completion bond company representative
Bruno Hernandez .... security
Guy Himber .... crow puppetteer
Craig Hosking .... aerial coordinator/pilot
Octavio F. Islas .... assistant: Jeremy Bolt
Arturo Jasso .... production assistant
Christopher C. Jones .... cg title design
Otis Knighten .... dog trainer
Kym Langgie .... publicist
Kym Langlie .... unit publicist
Carlos Larios .... assistant production office coordinator
Kevin LaRosa Jr. .... ground coordinator (as Kevin La Rosa Jr.)
Kevin LaRosa .... helicopter pilot (as Kevin La Rosa)
Karen Leach .... photo double
Israel Limon .... office production assistant
Oscar Lopez .... assistant crow trainer
Azrael Lubelski .... production office assistant
Jorge Ernesto Luna .... construction accountant
Sarahi Marin .... production assistant
Steve Martin .... dog provider
Yhara Mejia .... travel coordinator
Marsha Metz .... business and legal affairs
Erich A. Muller .... production assistant
Carlos Muñoz Portal .... location assistant
Norberto Nava .... security
Juan Pablo Noval .... location manager
Mario Olivares .... security
Roderick Palazuelos .... production assistant
Israel Pasco .... script supervisor
Matias Risso Patron .... key set production assistant: second unit (as Matias Risso)
Nefi Ramirez .... set paramedic
Carla Raygoza .... production coordinator
Carlos Renero .... crow trainer
Jen Rios .... dog trainer
Tom Roach .... dog trainer
Miguel Lorenzo Romero .... translator: second unit (as Miguel Romero)
Jonathan Sanchez .... key set production assistant
Aura Santamaria .... production office assistant
Johannes Schlichting .... assistant: Robert Kulzer
Megan Shaw .... business & legal affairs
Mark Shultz .... production coordinator
Rick Shuster .... additional helicopter pilot (as Rick Schuster)
Charles Taylor .... armorer
Edgar Mendez Torres .... assistant crow trainer
Allen Wong .... first production accountant
Patrick Zorer .... production executive
Nicole Zuehl .... head dog trainer

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"Biohazard III" - Japan (English title) (literal English title)
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Rated R for strong horror violence throughout and some nudity
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Chris Redfield, Leon S. Kennedy and Cindy Lennox were all rumored to appear with Charlie Clausen as Chris, Jensen Ackles as Leon and Debra Marshall as Cindy.See more »
Factual errors: Alice uses Sony ICF-SW12 Shortwave World Band Receiver Travel Radio at the beginning of a movie on her bike. This radio lacks scanner function and frequency coverage to receive mobile bands (CB/UHF/VHF). This means the only way for her to catch KLKB broadcast would be driving with one hand on the radio constantly turning tuning dial. She wouldn't be unable to hear convoy broadcast call at all.See more »
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Dr. Isaacs:Take a sample of her blood, and then get rid of that.
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Is there a novelization of "Resident Evil: Extinction"?
After being bitten, did Dr. Isaacs inject himself with anti-virus samples or T-Virus samples?
Wasn't Cindy Lennox supposed to be in this?
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16 out of 30 people found the following review useful.
I was surprised by how much I enjoyed it. Despite looking so, this series is not extinct just yet., 1 August 2008
Author: johnnyboyz from Hampshire, England

I think Resident Evil: Extinction elevates itself slightly higher than its two predecessors and slightly higher than I thought it would in general. On one hand, it is a series of bizarre and somewhat illogical events that transpire under the scenario of an apocalyptic event's aftermath but on the other, it is a pastiche of 'zombie' films gone by; a crude study of one man's obsession with his research and a somewhat guilty action film. I liked Resident Evil: Extinction a little more than others of its type because it gives us more of a sedate look at the situation rather than a mere exploitation of special effects, attractive heroines and needless gore. Yes, it's true to say that this film has action scenes of a silly nature but they do not seem as stupid as previous Resident Evil films in which the protagonist is able to use kung-fu on dogs and make impossible shots to defeat her foes.

The action scenes here are paced better and do not rely on the mere visualisation of actually seeing a Licker monster or Nemeses himself as the reason to keep watching. The enemies here are unspectacular and familiar and all the better for it; we get the feeling this is more of a survival film about the beasts and beings that would actually be out there rather than dumb scenes that try to impress us with a mentality: "Look, a Licker." or "Look, this is what Nemeses would look like in reality.". In the film, there is a scene in which several zombies come charging out of a metal crate. The scene works on the level of realism within the film because the film could so easily have substituted them for a larger, more visually impressive enemy that would've sufficed for the following action scene.

I mentioned the word 'realism' in that paragraph, perhaps crazily so. But Resident Evil: Extinction takes time to present its heroes, all of whom travel in a procession of large vehicles, with every day issues that would affect them. Things like 'how much fuel is left? Where is the nearest petrol station?'; 'Where is the next meal coming from?' and 'How can we bed down for the night safely and free from attack?' These sorts of questions were lost in the previous films and are empty from other recent post-apocalyptic horror/sci-fi films like Blade: Trinity. Additionally, when the film does reveal its particularly large scale monster for the film's climax it does so in an effective manner. This is because we have had the monster and the source for the monster presented to us on another plot line. We get a feeling that it may happen within the world of the film unlike when Nemeses popped up in the last film merely because he's had the injection and must now just keep destroying stuff until he meets the hero for the finale fight.

Although it takes on the matter of the pacing and the clarity of the action scenes, Resident Evil: Extinction is still guilty of one or two things. The film actually begins in a manner than had me dreading it would be as bad as the previous two. Alice (Jovovich) meets some human survivors but discovers them oddly unfriendly which acts more of a surprise than a dramatic twist. It's a scene in which implied prior victims have been conned, raped and then fed to the dogs; in this case infected dogs and sure enough Alice finds herself in the said situation – a sequence of events that plays out in a daft manner that reminds you of the prior films. It had me thinking 'how do the renegade survivors lock the infected dogs up for next time once they've had their fun?' Then there was the rather careless scene in which Alice falls asleep in the middle of the desert, at night and with the fire still burning – not smart considering the situation. The film is also disappointing in the sense that when the procession of vehicles housing the characters Alice, they are spread evenly in ethnicity and attitude meaning each individual 'type' could be killed off accordingly.

But for the best part, Resident Evil: Extinction is a surprisingly enjoyable film with an interesting set-up and I was really quite fond of the story running parallel involving Dr. Isaacs (Glen) and his research in developing the un-dead, albeit a clear reference to Dr. Logan in Day of the Dead. This plot line runs alongside the development of the convoy and the situations they must deal with, the thing I like here is that these people are not world savers; they will not go on a cause and effect fuelled story and make all the un-dead disappear, they are just there to survive and through Alice their goal is to make it to the icy regions of Alaska.

The bizarre thing about this latest Resident Evil instalment is just how good it might've been had it cut the action scenes down a little and tidied up the opening twenty or so minutes. It is disappointing that the convoy is made up of a Redneck (who's naturally good at sniping); an Aussie; two African-Americans; a Mexican and a wise-talking white American, all of whom exist for zombie fodder at the end of the day but this film instils me with hope that perhaps the films can be as good as the games – in the games, ammunition was a very sacred thing and the tactic of running from enemies rather than shooting them was a good one. In the films, the producers are gradually realising this and the next film may well surprise a few people in terms of how watchable it actually is.

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