Resident Evil: Apocalypse

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Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004)
Fan poster for Resident Evil: Apocalypse. This poster was actually inspired by a deleted scene from the film.

Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the second installment in the Resident Evil film series. The 2004 survival horror sequel once again stars Milla Jovovich as Alice, who struggles to find out what the Umbrella corporation has done to her as she leads survivors in an escape from a Raccoon City infested with the dead. Directed by Alexander Witt, the film features several characters from the videogame series including Jill Valentine (Sienna Guillory), Nicholai Ginovaeff (Zack Ward), and Carlos Olivera (Oded Fehr).


The following weapons were used in the film Resident Evil: Apocalypse:

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Handguns

Beretta 92FS

The Beretta 92FS is seen used several times during the film, by numerous characters, including S.T.A.R.S and Umbrella personnel. Peyton Wells (Razaaq Adoti), Nicholai Ginovaeff (Zack Ward) and Jill Valentine (Sienna Guillory) all use a 92FS. Alice (Milla Jovovich) also uses one near the end of the film. Cain (Thomas Kretschmann) also uses one at the end of the movie.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Peyton Wells (Razaaq Adoti) draws his Beretta with flashlight in hand.
Nicholai Ginovaeff (Zack Ward) armed with a Beretta 92FS.
Alice (Milla Jovovich) holds a Beretta and prepares to drop it.
Jill Valentine (Sienna Guillory) holds a Beretta.
Cain holding his Beretta at Angie.
Alice (Milla Jovovich) armed with the Beretta 92FS.

Smith & Wesson 5946

Jill Valentine (Sienna Guillory) uses the Smith & Wesson 5946 as her apparent sidearm throughout the film. She appears to carry two 5946s - One in a thigh holster and one in a shoulder holster. She later hands one to Terri Morales (Sandrine Holt) when they enter the school.

Smith & Wesson 5946 - 9x19mm
Jill grabs her S&W and extra mags.
Closeup of Jill's S&W in the police station.
Jill roams the church's halls with her S&W 5946 drawn.
Jill Valentine (Sienna Guillory) with her S&W 5946 drawn while in a standoff with Alice.
Jill roams the church's halls with her S&W 5946. Her backup S&W is seen in her shoulder holster.
Jill hands her second 5946 to Terri Morales.
Terri Morales (Sandrine Holt) with the S&W 5946 when they enter the school.

Smith and Wesson 629 Classic

When the survivors enter a church to take refuge from the zombies, they find Mackenzie (Geoffrey Pounsett) armed with a Smith & Wesson Model 629 Classic hiding there. Jill (Sienna Guillory) uses his gun to shoot at the same licker until it's empty, and then discards it. In a continuity error, this gun becomes a Smith & Wesson Model 13 in several instances.

Smith & Wesson Model 629 'Classic' - .44 Magnum
Mackenzie (Geoffrey Pounsett) armed with a S&W 629 classic.
Jill Valentine holding both the 629 and her 5906.

Para-Ordnance P14 Limited

Alice (Milla Jovovich) carries twin Para-Ordnance P14 pistols. After she crashes through a church window, Alice uses her P-14s to blow up the motorcycle with a licker on it. According to the armorer, they shaved the beaver-tails and cleared up the back edges of her handguns.

Para-Ordnance P-14 - .45 ACP
Alice fires her dual P-14s.
A Closeup of Alice's P-14s.
Alice's dual P-14 holsters.
Cain (Thomas Kretschmann) tries to commit suicide with one of Alice's P-14s as the zombies surround him, only to discover he is out of bullets.
Movie Armorer Charles Taylor shows Alice's Para-Ord. Note the TAR-21 in the background.
Actress Milla Jovovich fires the two Para-Ords during filming.

Glock 17

The Glock 17 is briefly seen on the ground in the aftermath of a zombie attack.

3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
The Glock is seen on the left. This particular shot was directly inspired by a cutscene in the Resident Evil 3: Nemesis videogame.

Desert Eagle Mark XIX

Carlos Olivera (Oded Fehr) carries two black oxide finished Desert Eagle Mark XIXs in .44 Magnum caliber.

Desert Eagle MK XIX - .44 Magnum. The newer Mark XIX models are most distinguishable by the scope rail mount above the barrel and the taller cocking serrations on the slide. The .44 Magnum version also has a fluted barrel.
Carlos (Oded Fehr) rappels from the helicopter firing his Desert Eagles.
A closeup of Carlos' Desert Eagles, clearly showing the lengthened cocking serrations, fluted barrel and scope rail.
Carlos fires his Desert Eagles.
Charles Taylor shows one of Carlos' Desert Eagles. The Desert Eagles used in the movie are Mark XIX .44 Magnum versions, distinguishable by the fluted barrel clearly visible in this image.
Actor Oded Fehr prepares to swing through the air while firing his Desert Eagles in this BTS image.

Desert Eagle Mark XIX (Gold Finish)

L.J. (Mike Epps) carries twin .44 Magnum Gold-plated Desert Eagle Mark XIX handguns customized with orange-colored Millett front sights. The Nemesis digital vision specifies that his Desert Eagles are older Mark VII models, however the fluted barrel, scope rails, and taller cocking serrations on the slide are all clearly visible in numerous shots. The .44 Magnum chambering is correct, however, given the fluted barrel (.50AE Mark XIXs do not have fluted barrels). This unusual caliber (in American movies) was probably chosen because the film was filmed in Canada.

Gold-plated Desert Eagle Mark XIX - .44 Magnum
L.J. shows off his custom Desert Eagles. The lengthened cocking serrations are clearly visible in this image.
L.J. (Mike Epps) holds his custom Desert Eagles in the air as he is confronted by the Nemesis. Note the fluted barrel and scope rails, both also indicative of the newer Mark XIX Desert Eagle.
The Nemesis digital vision specifies that his Desert Eagles are (incorrectly) Mark VII models, but correctly chambered in .44 Magnum. This is still an improvement, since the previous film mistook an SMG for an assault rifle.
Charles Taylor shows off one of the two L.J. Desert Eagle. Again, note the fluted barrel and scope rail.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

The Heckler & Koch MP5A3 is seen in hands of several S.T.A.R.S. members.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with surefire weaponlight - 9x19mm
The S.T.A.R.S. member on the right is armed with the Heckler & Koch MP5A3.
The S.T.A.R.S. member on the near left is armed with the Heckler & Koch MP5A3.

Heckler & Koch MP5K

In addition to carrying two P14.45s, Alice also carries two Heckler & Koch MP5Ks which had the upper receivers finished in silver by the armorer and fitted with modified Heckler & Koch SP89 grips (likely due to the lack of two handed firing). These are carried by Alice in a dual shoulder rig. She most notably uses these weapons to shoot at a licker in the church, and trap it under a crucifix.

Heckler & Koch MP5K with SEF trigger group - 9x19mm
Alice raises her dual two-tone Heckler & Koch MP5Ks.
Alice fires her two-tone H&K MP5Ks in the church.
Closeup of her dual two-tone Heckler & Koch MP5Ks.
Alice with her dual two-tone Heckler & Koch MP5Ks.
Armorer Charles Taylor shows Alice customized MP5K. The customization is similar to Dennis Hopper's mocked up SP89 in Speed, however this is not the same weapon.

Heckler & Koch UMP-9

Peyton Wells (Razaaq Adoti) carries a Heckler & Koch UMP-9 with SureFire light in the gate scene. For some reason he abandons the weapon while being medicated by Jill. A Heckler & Koch UMP-9 is briefly seen carried by an Umbrella soldier that Alice takes out.

H&K UMP9 - 9x19mm (note curved magazine)
Peyton is bitten.
A Heckler & Koch UMP-9 is briefly seen carried by an Umbrella soldier that Alice takes out.

Rifles

SIG SG 552

A commonly used rifle in the movie is the SIG SG 552, most of the Umbrella "closed helmets" use them, as well as most of the S.T.A.R.S. officers seen in the film.

SIG SG 552 - 5.56x45mm
When Raccoon City citizens attempt to storm a gate, Umbrella soldiers open fire with their SIG SG 552 rifles.
When Alice runs down the side of the town hall tower, she knocks down a Umbrella guard who appears to be armed with a SIG SG 552 fitted with a weaponlight.
Alice takes out an Umbrella soldier, who is armed with a SIG SG 552.

Colt M4A1

Another commonly used rifle is the Colt M4A1, used primarily by the S.T.A.R.S. They were several officers using this weapon during the shootout with the approaching zombies early on in the film. When L.J. meets the S.T.A.R.S., he is greeted with a few M4A1s to the face.

Colt M4 Carbine with standard (not the LE) stock - 5.56x45mm
The S.T.A.R.S. member in the middle holds the M4.
When L.J. meets the S.T.A.R.S., he is greeted with a few M4A1s to the face (seen on the right).

Accuracy International Arctic Warfare

A S.T.A.R.S. sniper uses an Accuracy International Arctic Warfare while behind a sign on the roof of a theater. He uses it to save L.J. from a zombie. At first L.J. thought he was aiming for him.

Accuracy International Arctic Warfare - 7.62x51mm NATO.
A S.T.A.R.S sniper uses an AW.

IMI Tavor TAR-21

Nicholai Ginovaeff (Zack Ward) is armed with an IMI Tavor CTAR-21 which is the compact version of the TAR-21 which Nicholai wields with an ITL MARS red dot sight, a flashlight and a laser sight. Yuri Loginova (Stefan Hayes) (and later Carlos Olivera) also uses a Tavor TAR-21 with an ELCAN scope, normally mounted on Canadian Military C7s but since filming for this movie was done in Canada, they would be available.

IMI Tavor CTAR-21 with ITL MARS red dot sight - 5.56x45mm
Nicholai (Zack Ward) is armed with an IMI Tavor CTAR-21.
Nicholai aiming the IMI Tavor CTAR-21.
Nicholai fires his IMI Tavor CTAR-21.
IMI Tavor TAR-21 with ITL MARS red dot sight - 5.56x45mm
Yuri Loginov (Stefan Hayes) fires his IMI Tavor TAR-21. While his name reads "Loginov" on the back of his vest, his name in the end credits is Loginova, the feminine version of the family name.
Olivera (Oded Fehr) inspects the weapons cases with Yuri's rifle.

Micro Galil

Carlos Olivera (Oded Fehr) carries a Micro Galil as his primary weapon. Olivera uses his Galil with C-More red dot sight, a lasersight, a flashlight and a vertical foregrip. The handguard is an Israeli made polymer version with Picatinny rail on the bottom. The gas tube was replaced with a modular gas tube with rail built into the top. Apparently, some S.T.A.R.S. officers and several Umbrella soldiers with the helmets on had this weapon as well.

IMI Micro Galil - 5.56x45mm
Custom handguard mounted on Olivera's Galil MAR.
Carlos (Oded Fehr) fires his Micro Galil. This still is taken from the fullscreen version of the film, which shows the rifle in better detail.
The Micro Galil as seen in widescreen.
Carlos fires his Micro Galil.
The Umbrella soldier on the right carries the Galil.

M16A2

A pair of M16A2 rifles are seen strapped to boxes inside (and three others attached vertically on the side) an Umbrella helicopter.

M16A2 Rifle - 5.56x45mm. Select Fire rifle (Safe/Semi/3 round Burst Only).
On the left, a pair of M16A2 rifles are seen strapped to boxes inside an Umbrella helicopter.
Closeup of the rifles

Heckler & Koch G36C

The Heckler & Koch G36C is seen in the hands of Umbrella biohazard men re-opening the Hive at the beginning of the film as well as various S.T.A.R.S members and Umbrella guards.

Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm
The Heckler & Koch G36C in the hands of Umbrella biohazard men re-opening the Hive at the beginning of the film.
The S.T.A.R.S. officer on the far left fires the G36C.
The Umbrella officer on the right carries the G36C.

Shotguns

High Standard K-1200 Riot Shotgun

Alice (Milla Jovovich) grabs a High Standard K-1200 Riot Deluxe Shotgun with rifle sights, out of a police car in the abandoned streets in a flashback to the first film. She is later seen with the shotgun as she walks to a surplus store.

High Standard Model K-1200 Riot Deluxe Model (Catalog # 8113) FLITE KING Shotgun - 12 gauge. The Riot Deluxe Model came with an 18 1/8th inch barrel and rifle sights.
In a flashback to the first film, Alice grabs the shotgun.
As seen in the first film, Alice is ready to take the streets armed with the High Standard K-1200 Shotgun.
Alice is later seen with the shotgun as she walks to a surplus store.

Armscor M30SAS

A S.T.A.R.S. officer tries to give L.J. (Mike Epps) a Armscor M30SAS shotgun when he encounters them in the theater. He declines, showing off his golden Desert Eagles instead.

Armscor M30SAS Shotgun with black synthetic furniture - 12 gauge
A S.T.A.R.S. officer tries to give L.J. (Mike Epps) a Armscor M30SAS shotgun when he encounters them in the theater.

Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser"

Alice (Milla Jovovich) carries and uses a Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser" throughout the film. She is seen wielding the shotgun one-handed and most notably uses this weapon to blow away two lickers in the church.

Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser" - 12 gauge
Alice (Milla Jovovich) uses a Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser" to blow away two lickers in the church.
Alice aims her Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser."
Charles Taylor shows off how Milla had to handle the shotgun one-handed.

Mossberg 500

An RCPD officer is seen firing what appears to be a Mossberg 500 with a heat shield.

Mossberg 500 with heat shield - 12 gauge
An RCPD officer fires his Mossberg 500 shotgun in an effort to hold back a wave of zombies.

Heavy Weapons

M60

During the shootout with the overrunning zombies, a S.T.A.R.S. officer (Al Vrkljan) can be seen (maybe for a second) with an M60 with the bipods folded.

M60 machine gun 7.62x51mm NATO
During the shootout with the overrunning zombies, a S.T.A.R.S. officer (Al Vrkljan) can be seen (in the foreground) with an M60.
Charles Taylor has the M60 on his lap during the interview.

Barrett M82A1

An Umbrella sniper (cameo role of director Alexander Witt) on top of Raccoon City's city hall (Actually Toronto City Hall) uses a Barrett M82A1. He was about to use it to shoot Carlos when Alice popped up and surprised the man. Apparently the scope of the gun, in the movie, had some sort of advanced computer targeting system that compensates for wind direction, wind speed, and target distance.

Barrett M82A1 sniper rifle - .50 BMG
An Umbrella sniper (director Alexander Witt in a cameo) readies his Barrett.
A closeup of the Barrett.
Apparently the scope of the gun, in the movie, had some sort of advanced computer targeting system that compensates for wind direction, wind speed, and target distance.

Nemesis' Minigun

A customized Minigun is one of the two weapons The Nemesis (Matthew G. Taylor) uses. This weapon is fitted with shortened barrels, individual flash hiders for each of the barrels, a green laser sight, custom aluminum barrel shroud and furniture featuring a fictitious ammo counter on the side. This is the first movie Minigun designed to be fired one handed. Unlike previous films featuring these weapons, the ammunition is fed from the weapon offscreen rather than carried on the actor's back. In wide shots where Nemesis doesn't fire the weapon, the ammo chute leads into the back of his trench coat. In the film's context, the weapon supposedly has 5000 rounds loaded, though the two ammo cans left in the shipping container imply that he has no more than 400 rounds minus the three or four linked rounds he left behind. In reality the gun had about 200 rounds loaded in the ammo chute, and the armorers attached a larger ammo can to the chute for scenes where they needed more sustained fire. In wide shots where Nemesis doesn't fire the weapon, the end of the chute is secured inside the actor's trench coat. In a continuity error, when he sets down his weapons for the final hand-to-hand fight with Alice, the Minigun doesn't have a chute installed at all, however, it does moments later when he uses it to destroy the Umbrella security detail. In addition to the weapon's fake ammo counter, the Nemesis also has a HUD that shows his health and weapon status for both the Minigun and the rocket launcher much like in a first person shooter. Surprisingly, the ammo displayed on the weapon's ammo counter is not only consistent with what is displayed in Nemesis' POV HUD shots, but the numbers also imply a consistent on screen fire rate of about 4200 RPM. In reality, the weapon was firing at a much slower rate, probably no more than the 1250 RPM of the Predator/T2 gun. The film's armorer, (Al Vrkljan), has commented the following on our forum -

"The M134 mini was really simple, we just made our own barrels at 12 inches and also made a shorter barrel clamp. Then the rest was furniture machined from aluminum to make it lighter, 60-80 pounds total, then we attached a feed chute that held 200 rounds in the chute and there you have it. It was fired by one arm, so take that Arnie.

For extended firing, the ammo can was below camera frame, the longest burst was when he was taking out the STARS unit, did about 15 seconds straight and that was a very long 15 seconds, funny watching the brass and link build up around his ankles."

The Nemesis stands ready to fire his Gatling Gun.
The Nemesis (Matthew G. Taylor) firing the Gatling gun. This was the first movie Minigun designed to be fired one-handed.
Closeup of the barrels of the Nemesis' Gatling Gun.
The Nemesis fires his Gatling Gun.
Charles Taylor shows the modified Minigun.
Nemesis Minigun during the realizations.
First time with the modified Minigun for Actor (Matthew G. Taylor). He did not expect a very powerful recoil, and had a difficult time remaining upright.

Nemesis' "U-RL-012" Rocket Launcher

The shipping crate for this weapon is labeled U-RL-012, no doubt a model number standing for "Umbrella Rocket Launcher." According to Nemesis' HUD the weapon is loaded with six rockets, which is precisely how many he fires in the film before being killed.

This custom prop Rocket launcher is the Nemesis' alternate weapon. The launcher (like many movie rocket or missile launchers in movies) is a custom prop, designed and built from scratch. Since no rocket launcher in Hollywood actually fires real deadly rockets, the launcher has to only hold the 'flash' launch mechanism that the special effects people/pyrotechnicians require for the shot.

The Nemesis raises his rocket launcher, where the magazine can be seen.
The Nemesis fires his Rocket Launcher.

Other

Surplus Store Guns

When Alice breaks into a surplus store, she is seen grabbing her pistol from underneath a glass counter, which also displays several other pistols and revolvers.

Several revolvers and pistols are seen underneath the glass counter.


Helicopter Machine Guns

Umbrella helicopters are seen opening fire on Alice with their machine guns. These are most likely non-firing props with the muzzle flashes added in post-production. This particular sequence was inspired by a cutscene from Resident Evil: Code Veronica.

Umbrella helicopters are seen opening fire on Alice with their machine guns.
This particular sequence was inspired by a cutscene from Resident Evil: Code Veronica.

See Also

Films Resident Evil (2002)  •  Apocalypse (2004)   •  Extinction (2007)   •  Afterlife (2010)   •  Retribution (2012)   •  The Final Chapter (2017)
Main Video Game Series Resident Evil 0  •  Resident Evil (1996)  •  Resident Evil (2002 VG)  •  Resident Evil 2  •  Resident Evil 3: Nemesis  •  Resident Evil: Code Veronica  •  Resident Evil 4  •  Resident Evil 5  •  Resident Evil: Revelations  •  Resident Evil 6  •  Resident Evil: Revelations 2  •  Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
Derived game Series Survivor  •  Outbreak  •  Darkside Chronicles  •  Mercenaries 3D  •  Operation Raccoon City  •  Umbrella Corps
CG Animation Films Degeneration  •  Damnation  •  Vendetta



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