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Another one?

I still can't believe they are making another RE movie. Excalibur01

Just don't take it seriously.
Unfortunately Excalibur, I'm with the others on this one. Just don't watch it and stop complaining about it ;) LOL MoviePropMaster2008 01:03, 7 April 2010 (UTC)
But I LOVE to bitch about things Excalibur01
I can't wait for this movie. :) Spartan198 07:11, 7 April 2010 (UTC)
I agree with spartan, the movie looks awsome
I for one LOVE these movies. When I heard there is another one I was like "YES, please! Gimme gimme gimme." Potentpoefie 22:04, 11 April 2010

The only problem I have with the franchise is that the endings are confusing to me. Maybe I'm just not paying close enough attention, but the end of the 2nd film lost me; when they run from the helicopter crash yet return in Umbrella Gear and pick Alice up. Can anyone explain? Anyway, I am looking forward to this film. LASTMANSTANDING

  • I wonder why they are still making more of these despite those negative reviews and ratings. - Kenny99 13:43, 27 May 2010 (UTC)

Becasue they are still making a handsome profit at the boxoffice and video rentals. Who cares about the critics? --Jcordell 17:42, 11 June 2010 (UTC)

Is it me or are some elements from this based on Akira, Example: Alice has telekentic powers, it's in some far east country, Lots of Soldiers attack yet are killed, Wesker has a Desert Eagle-Big guns 100

I will never understand why people continue to enjoy these films.--Jackie.45Cal 14:40, 30 November 2010 (UTC)

Maybe because they like them. Doh! MoviePropMaster2008

Macedonian Shooting

it is just me or dose it look like Wesker is using the Russian shooting style called Macedonian Shooting?

just you
It's just dual wielding or Akimbo. There's nothing tactical about it. And if only the Russians invent a style for double guns, then it shows you how good it is if the Russians are using it Excalibur01 23:28, 8 April 2010 (UTC)
"Macedonian shooting"? Spartan198 07:00, 27 May 2010 (UTC)
A simple google search of Macedonian Shooting turns up that it was supposedly utilized by NKVD officers who were equipped with two double action revolvers, and was more a method of forcing an enemy to cover than trying to accurately land shots on target. Also Ed McGivern talked about dual wielding in his Fast and Fancy Revolver Shooting Book, something about teaching some techniques for it to Law Enforcement Officers of the 1920's or some such, so let's cut the nationalistic horseshit. This isn't the Cold War, you don't gotta kill a Commie for Mommy or whatever. Grow up. --Toadvine 10:53, 11 June 2010 (UTC)
No you should grow up Toadvine. Don't know where THAT tirade came from. But the Russians currently do a lot of things which western weapons and fighting disciplines look askance at. The 'spider/hand' style of patrolling, the acrobatic Spetznas training, etc. Face it. The Russians do weird things. Or things that seem weird to us. MoviePropMaster2008 18:37, 13 July 2010 (UTC)
Okay, seriously, does anyone actually know if the Spetznaz are trained to do the whole 'Backflipping off a springboard while throwing a tomahawk' shit? Because I've never been sure if that was fact or fiction. Acora 04:28, 19 July 2010 (UTC)

acora, I don’t think they train to actually use some of their techniques as an actual combat method I think they use them purely to develop the sense in their troops that they are superior to normal soldiers because they can do such cool looking stuff. also I think there’s a fairly cunning amount of psyops going on. "don’t screw with spetznas they are like crazy ninjas" wouldn’t necessarily effect well disciplined troops but it should put the fear of god into the average grunt from around the world. they certainly do have some crazy demostration stuff that they do for open days and base shows. Fenris357 1255hrs 26 july 2010

Well just because they do something weird, doesn't mean that it's weird, it might be weird to us but to them its perfectly normal. I'm sure to them some of our training is weird to them. But imagine if the U.S. and Russia made an elite fighting force, no one would fuck with them. DRC92

I can't wait for it i loved the first 3

has anyone noticed that Alice's double barreled shotguns have black grips of the first photo?

Rubber. I think she's gonna smack someone with it or just drop them.

Alice seems to always dual wield every weapon she has. The shotguns and 629's in this film, P-14's and kukris in Extinction, batons, MP5K's and P-14's in Apocalypse. Next thing she probably carries dual M4's, or even M60's. --AlkoTanko 13:08, 8 April 2010 (UTC) She was using P-18's in Extinction.

It looks more badass + bigger firepower. And in first part she packed single beretta if i remember rite.

i thought there was something different with them rubber it is then


Samurai Edge

I hope we get to see Weskers custom Beretta.

Seems he is wielding dual Desert Eagles. So tell me as somebody that has not have the movies ruine the game (since i've never played them), what does Weskers custom Beretta look like? Anybody got any pics Potentpoefie 21:56, 11 April 2010

Just look at the RE5 page.--PistolJunkie 22:35, 11 April 2010 (UTC)

After googling it I have to ask: "Am I missing something?". It's just a Beretta 92 with a full dust cover with a rail. Potentpoefie 07:45 13 April 2010 (GMT)

You definitely are missing something. It has a bevertail tang (something that no production 92F has), a tactical rail, extended magazine catch, skeletal hammer, plus the multitude of features found on the other Samurai Edge customs (extended slide-stop, custom multi-layered grips, brigadier slide).--PistolJunkie 18:53, 14 April 2010 (UTC)
Fair enough but nothing I cannot do with my Beretta 92 except for the bevertail. I haven't seen that option to buy somewhere. But I did miss something cause the images I got definately didn't show all of those features. Thanks for the info. :) Does somebody have an image to stick here. :) :) Potentpoefie 11:38, 16 April 2010 (GMT)
Like I said, a 92F beavertail was never put into production, so that means that such a frame would have to be custom crafted. Plus all of the other features together would be well over $1,000 for someone to replicate. And there's no reason to put an image of it here; just go to the RE5 page on this site. All of the customizations can be easily seen there.--PistolJunkie 16:05, 16 April 2010 (UTC)

Personally, I prefer the standard model. Don't really need all that, when it's already a pretty damn nice-looking gun. Anti-Umbrella Activist

Sunglasses reflection

Actually is is very much Ali's Claire Redfield. Try reading some of the set reports for the movie because IMDB isn't going to tell you anything except for who is playing who.

You know your absolutely right...IMDB is never wrong...EVER. Lets just forget the fact that they had Kacey listed as Jill Valentine for over a month.

Look at Kacey's upwards turned nose and very full lipped mouth.

I don't see anyone commenting on my proof that is is Claire that I posted below. Everyone decide to shut up now that you've been proven wrong?

That's not a terribly mature response. And start signing your posts.--PistolJunkie 21:38, 8 April 2010 (UTC)

and if you noticed under i did comment that you were right "NICELY DONE" but you remained a dick, i agree entirely with pistol junkie you are immature you are most probably oblivious of that fact.--moviemaster1993

You're not helping things by responding like that, either.--PistolJunkie 18:55, 14 April 2010 (UTC)

its my arguement stop butting in im allowed to respond in any way i can and want --User:moviemaster1993

If that's your belief, you may want to review the site's Rules, Standards and Principles, specifically Principles.--PistolJunkie 09:19, 17 April 2010 (UTC)


anyway you are argueing too if you haven't noticed so you look at the rules too before you start telling others to stop what your doing --User:moviemaster1993

I'm not referring to arguing or debating. I'm referring to hostile, profane insults towards other users. It would seem you did not bother to read the page that I linked to.--PistolJunkie 12:31, 18 April 2010 (UTC)

calling somebody immature is still an insult nonetheless. the rules apply to everyone even you. moviemaster1993

Well PistolJunkie. Looks like you got the last laugh. moviemaster1993 was banned for being a dick and a mega douche. :) Just commenting that's all. :D MoviePropMaster2008 18:39, 13 July 2010 (UTC)

Wesker vs Chris, Claire and Alice

It's called research people. Read it and weep fools.



Oh and here is a side by side picture of the girl in the lens and Kacey. You'd have to be a complete moron to think they even look the same.


Well would you look at this. Seems like Ali Larter herself did an interview for the fine folks over at ShockTillYouDrop.com and wouldn't you know it...she talks about the fight scene.

"Shock: You know that big fight scene coming up next week with Wentworth and Shawn [Roberts]. Have you been practicing? What's it been like?

Larter: We did. We did some stunt rehearsal for that which is great. I think that a lot of the fan boys are going to be thrilled because it is beat by beat from the videogame. It is drawn directly from it and I think with this movie, one of the most exciting things is that this is the most like the videogame. I mean, I'm dressed in the outfit that Claire wears. You see me and Chris in this fight sequence, it's really beat for beat."

source - http://www.shocktillyoudrop.com/news/interviewsnews.php?id=14786

aaaaaah i guess you were right

nicely done

the movies have already ruined the back story of RE, now they got stuff from RE 5, so yeah, circle complete. Excalibur01 23:29, 8 April 2010 (UTC)
I don't see how the movies could have ruined the game plot considering both are entirely separate universes. That's like saying Prince of Persia (2008) ruined the plot of the Sands of Time Trilogy even though it had nothing to do with the Sands of Time plot. Spartan198 01:13, 27 May 2010 (UTC)
Look, when you make a movie based on something, you expect it to at least respect the source material. The RE movies were only too busy doing cameo moments to the games. Nothing about the story makes sense compared the source it's based on. Excalibur01 02:35, 27 May 2010 (UTC)
Tell that to Uwe Boll --Gunkatas 05:01, 27 May 2010 (UTC)
That's just it, these movies are based on the games, not identical to them. I don't get why people want video game movies to be word-for-word, scene-for-scene translations of the games themselves. I want to see something I haven't already seen, as I imagine a lot of other people do. I don't want to know what happened or who's going to live and die before the movie even starts filming. Or does playing the games mean I'm somehow not entitled to an original plotline? Spartan198 06:59, 27 May 2010 (UTC)
It's not that people want an exact replica of the games. We just want something decent. It's hard to make a movie based on a video game, much like making a movie based on a book. The Lord of the Rings series cut out HUGE chunks of the books. It's understandable. How are you going to collapse 600 pages of text into a two hour movie? It's the same with video games. Condensing 6-8 hours of gameplay into 1.5-2 hours of a movie is hard. I think people would mind it less if it was canon, instead of "it's another universe so we can do whatever the hell we want." Degeneration was canon. This is probably the reason that the game fans don't like the movie.--Gunkatas 15:43, 27 May 2010 (UTC)
I found the Anderson movies to be just that, decent. They weren't perfect, but they sure as hell "respect the source material" a lot more than even Capcom does these days. Spartan198 04:41, 28 May 2010 (UTC)
You seriously believe that Anderson is respecting the source material of Resident Evil better than Capcom? I mean the first 2 movies are ok, but once he started to do the end of the world, Road Warrior look in the 3rd movie. Then with clones of Alice and now he's just ripping off character concepts from RE5... Excalibur01 14:22, 28 May 2010 (UTC)

They might as well be. They wasted over six years' worth of material in ten seconds with RE4 (seriously, what the hell), and ended the entire series' plot arcs in two (with RE5).

I liked Romero's script a hell of a lot better, even if it does go off the rails a little; at least it's still ON them.

The problem I have with the movies (even Degeneration) is that they pull all of these BS "character development"; it's PLOT development. The characters aren't even character in their own right anymore, they're just mouths to say cute little quips and trigger fingers to shoot guns with.

Anti-Umbrella Activist


I can clearly see from the stills alice has the revolvers under her arms anf the dual sawn offs on her back. So why does it say she holsters them under her arms. Look at the pics! --Captain Snikt 00:45, 9 April 2010 (UTC)

it looks like the sholder holsters are connected to the shotgun holsters

the revolvers are in the front ones and the shotguns are in the back one LOLipops

Did you notice that Alice loaded her shotgun shell with quarters, that was pretty awesome, if it's even possible-Big guns 100


Alice is really packing some heavy hardware in this movie.--humanzie3 24 May 2010 (UTC)

She is, but why did she switch from her high capacity 45's and pump action shotgun from Extinction to 5-shot revolvers and double barrel shotguns? I know the heavy revolver rounds were great against the mutated undead, and that the coin-loaded shotgun shells might not have worked as well in a pump action, and I can understand how she might have lost them sometime between the assault on the Umbrella facility and her flight to Arcadia, but still, it seems like a step back considering the endless hordes of the undead that she faces.--Calgunkid

I agree with the above person. What happened to her 45s?--SAMBAMA 17:39, 4 December 2010 (UTC)

"Rule of cool". Same reason so many movie characters carry Desert Eagles instead of a much more logical combat pistol like a SIG. In other words, no storyline reason at all. DKS01 05:42, 6 December 2010 (UTC)

Akimbo ripoffs

Ever since Modern Warfare 2 came out, I think the makers of this movie are playing on the akimbo feature. I mean: akimbo twin-barrels, akimbo revolvers, what more is there? Anybody agree, or see anything?

Hasn't she dual wielded almost everything she's fired since the second movie? --Crazycrankle 04:00, 12 June 2010 (UTC)

I agree she dual wielded her MP5Ks and her Para-Ordnance P-14s. And in the third film she dual wielded her Para Ordinance PXT LDA Light Rails. AceV

Not everything is an MW2 ripoff. Even if that's where you got all your gun knowledge from. And sign your posts. The Wierd It 06:40, 12 June 2010 (UTC)

i would like to add something. I know my guns but i do like how mw2 teaches people about them.


Except Modern Warfare 2 is WRONG. About TONS of stuff.-protoAuthor 00:10, 20 June 2010 (UTC)

i was only trying to make the arguement equal for you to stop argueing with people take the fucking winchester out your ass and stop causing trouble. moviemaster1993

Shooting guns akimbo has always been in media. I mean, watch any good cowboy movie or John Woo movie. John Woo's movie has perfected the art of double guns in movies Excalibur01 03:56, 20 June 2010 (UTC)

I agree Excalibur01 chow yun fat in a john woo movie perfect akimbo lol moviemaster1993

Shooting guns akimbo is about as old as guns themselves are. Spartan198 05:00, 20 June 2010 (UTC)

Gotta love how people saying akimbo guns must be based on Modern Warfare, despite the fact that people wielding guns akimbo has been around in movies and television since the 1930's. Hell, I recently saw a Western themed episode of the THREE STOOGES where their cowboy friend pulls 2 pistols at once. Seriously people, just cause MW has something doesn't mean everything else that has that same thing is based on it, ESPECIALLY when said thing has been around much longer than MW. I'll also note MW wasn't the first game to feature it either, Rise of the Triad had it, Blood had it...and these are games that are too old to even run on my current PC. DKS01 13:10, 18 July 2010 (UTC)

Those other games aren't as mainstream thats why. The newer Goldeneye you could dual wield most guns. Most of these people don't understand that MW2 got dual wielding for somewhere else. Unless IW has a timemachine and went back in time and influenced others like John Woo about dual wielding.--FIVETWOSEVEN 17:01, 18 July 2010 (UTC)

Certainly not as mainstream as Halo 2... (note: that was sarcasm) or its ancestor, Marathon, which along with Rise of the Triad were the first game to feature akimbo guns. (They have the same release date.) Heavy Metal: F.A.K.K.² featured the option to wield two non-matching guns at once. Of course, Marathon came out in 1994 - A Better Tomorrow and its iconic portrayal of Chow Yun Fat wielding pistols akimbo in a John Woo movie came out 1986, which would only be around 23 years before Modern Warfare came out. There have been probably hundreds of video games and movies where a character is depicted as using two firearms at once. From my desk, if I look at my video game collection, I can see ten or fifteen from here. Never mind if I turn and look at my movie shelves. But Google "dual wielding in video games" and most of the hits will be about Modern Warfare 2. Why? Because if the hype about dual-wielding in MW2 is any indication, video gamers have a memory lasting no more than 3 years. Atypicaloracle 13:22, 23 July 2010 (UTC)

Well gamers who are under 15 years old, which are most of the players. Us "older" guys remember way back then Excalibur01 05:33, 24 July 2010 (UTC)

First game I remember dual wielding is Goldeneye for the PS2, a few years before even Call of duty 3.--FIVETWOSEVEN 22:41, 24 July 2010 (UTC)

Heh, first one I remember is Rise of the Triad, back in '95. You could dual wield pistols, which had unlimited ammo to boot. Absurd, but fun. DKS01 20:36, 24 July 2010 (UTC)
First game I remember dual wielding in is Dino Crisis 2, with Regina and her two MP5KNs. Spartan198 16:27, 25 July 2010 (UTC)
Original Timesplitters for me. DOUBLE MINIGUNS!!!1 The Wierd It 11:13, 26 July 2010 (UTC)
My question is ow long has it been called akimbo? Absolutely evey single time I've ever seen two guns being used by one person at the same time I've always refered to it or heard it refered to as either dual-wielding or simply "shooting two guns", up until MW2 started calling it Akimbo. I thought it was just trying to be original or artsy or whatever, as its actual definition has absolutely nothing to do with holding two guns or even holding anything, but people on here are calling it Akimbo too, so have I just happened to have never heard it called that before or has MW2 corrupted this place too?
For any thirteen-year-old COD fanboys who might think that the term "Guns Akimbo" comes exclusively from Modern Warfare 2, please learn how to use the internet.--PistolJunkie 21:49, 16 August 2010 (UTC)

The first Left 4 Dead if you went through a Campaign using just two pistols you complete the achievement, Akimbo Assassin.--FIVETWOSEVEN 01:06, 17 August 2010 (UTC) And look the guy who claims to know guns tells him to get the Winchester out of a guy's ass in MW2 there's the Winchester Model 1887. Akimbo would be having 2 uneven guns at once any way like an assault rifle and a pistol. Not 2 of the same gun that's dual wielding.

Following the success of Action Quake 2, from 1998 the word akimbo was adopted into computer gaming in reference to the dual wielding of two weapons. It was mentioned prior to 1998 in the game Blood, as a power-up called the "Guns Akimbo". For example, in a first person shooter game, the player might choose a "pistols akimbo" option to wield one gun in each hand. In Far Cry Instincts when a player is dual-wielding weapons it is called Akimbo, and in Left 4 Dead there is an achievement for playing a campaign with only pistols, called Akimbo Assassin, and in Counter Strike:Source there is an achievement;Akimbo King. Enemy Territory: Quake Wars features an experience reward called Akimbo Pistols, which are the only dual wield weapons in the game. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 features dual-wielding pistols and other one handed weapons, with the Akimbo attachment, found on Submachine Guns, Handguns, Machine Pistols and certain shotguns.

Further more the term akimbo applies to use of a firearm in each hand irrespective of similarity, meaning the same as dual weilding, neither term specifically applies to the weapon content in each hand matching or differing --Captain Snikt 09:48, 16 September 2010 (UTC)

Removed the scarab device and axe

These are not guns and should not be on the page Excalibur01 18:34, 28 June 2010 (UTC)

Agree. Spartan198 23:49, 26 July 2010 (UTC)

Agree, as well --User:PunisherDave

Since our friend Al did the guns, he can confirm the weapons 100%

Al Vrkljan, friend and fellow IMFDB member was the armorer for this movie. If anyone could, he can confirm exactly what guns were used in this film. :) Great work Al! :) MoviePropMaster2008 06:56, 11 September 2010 (UTC) When can we expect pictures and IDs of the weapons from him? Any idea?--FIVETWOSEVEN 19:47, 11 September 2010 (UTC)

Just watched it

Albert Wesker is the funniest character in cinematic history, He is undoubtably king of the douchebags. My mate describes him as 'Your dad doing an impression of Agent Smith'. Ok now I have that out the way this movie was all over the shop. A few nice bits and bobs but mostly crap. Better than the first one tho. Kim Coates' (Bennett) definatly uses a Walther pp/ppk/ppks ( I can never tell the difference.) Angel Ortiz (the hispanic looking merc) was armed with a H&K rifle, Id say a G3 but i cant remeber too well. The Smith revolvers manage to dish out around 10 rounds each without reloading, the shotguns about 4 and the MP5K fires on full auto for about a full minuit, Good old hollywood magazines eh? Anyone else notice that for some reason you no longer need headshots to kill a zombie? Im just rambling now, but Wentworth Miller was quite good as chris and showed proficient gun handling and trigger disciplin and the final showdown might as well just be a Beretta advert --Captain Snikt 02:40, 16 September 2010 (UTC)

Aww man, your friend's comment is freakin awesome. When I saw the trailer my first thought was "Wow, this guy looks like like he's trying to be Agent Smith, but...douche-ier". And yeah, I noticed zombies getting killed by body shots as far back as the second movie(I...don't honestly remember much about the first, so I dunno if a headshot was required there or not). DKS01 03:08, 16 September 2010 (UTC)
I don't remember any zombies getting killed from body shots in the second movie, being knocked down by them sure but they'd have gotten back up again probably, unless one of the bullets shattered their spine and rendered them immobile. Kornflakes89 02:32, 18 August 2012 (CDT)

It would be more Agent Smith ripping him off. He's been like that throughout the game series which came out before the Matrix.

He didn't get super powers(which I'm pretty sure, includes flipping over bullets) until Code Veronica in 2000. Matrix came out in '99. DKS01 15:56, 16 September 2010 (UTC)

But Agent Smith wasn't a complete Joke, seriously, the guys wearing sunglasses in an underground command center. I've never laughed so much at what was mean to be a serious role. Plus he cant shoot for shit. The alice clones are rappelling in a straight line straight towards him and he cant hit them? --Captain Snikt 09:43, 16 September 2010 (UTC)

If what you say is true, the movie completely misinterpreted Wesker. D: The sunglasses, at first, were just meant to set him apart from everyone else, as he was the only character in the games with sunglasses. Then when he got his powers they served to cover up his red eyes. And in the games he's pretty much a dead-eye, which is kind of a bitch during the boss fights with him. Leave it to the Resi movies to ruin one of the series' best characters... --K 18:02, 16 September 2010 (UTC)

Tho I never really played beyond resi 2, game wesker did come across as fairly cool and villain-y. But the movie version is just a joke, you can have a no-prize if you can watch his performace without just laughing at him. --Captain Snikt 21:08, 16 September 2010 (UTC)

Weapons Cache

Anyone who can name these weapons would be a great help. Thanks :P

so far i've seen: HK MP5A3 9x19mm, FN FAL 7.62x51mm, Glock 17 or 19 9x19mm, HK UMP-9 9x19mm, HK G3A3 7.62x51mm, An AR-15 series rifle, maybe an M16A1, +at least two kinds of unkown handguns (below the Glocks) and some unknown shotguns on the far wall. damn i wish the photo wasn't so grainy.--Gunmaster12 09:49, 5 October 2010 (UTC)

There was also a FAMAS Excalibur01 12:50, 5 October 2010 (UTC)

Hey I decided to take a look and as for what Gunmaster12 says I can agree. Though I've got a few notes of my own. These are done by the name of the .jpg file to make it easier to understand.


Over Alice’s left shoulder you can see what looks like Sig Sauer 552’s In the wall holders for pistols there’s various 1911’s, Also what looks like a Beretta Px4 Storm,


Various models of 1911’s including para tac’s, S&W M&P,


Beretta Cx4 Storm Above CornerShot are three Uzi’s original model, slightly modified it looks like CornerShot M-40 Steyr HS .50 Right next to the FAMAS above the .50 is what looks to be mini UZI’s MP5SD family firearms are here as well MP9’s on back wall


Tar 21 Can clearly see mini Uzi’s in the background What looks like a H&K G36K in top background on right side It’s blurry but it looks like an MP5K Also a 40MM Grenade Launcher Revolver style Various Colt M16 or M-4’s

REA_031.jpg Various MP5K’s And what looks like a Benelli Tactical Shotgun


MP5 with collapsible in-line stock Steyr HS.50 above and behind the MP5 Looks to be more M-16’s In the pistol holder you can clearly see on the top shelf closest on both sides are GLOCK pistols Almost looks likes FN FAL rifle’s in the back on the top

Hope this helps out a bit... EducatedPoet06

Okay, I just looked through all the stash shots, and I'll list off what I see. A pair of M1014s (Benelli M4 Super 90s) behind Alice in this shot. A wall of SIG SG552 rifles here, two (possibly three) S&W auto pistols of unidentifiable model on the rack along with a Sig and what almost looks like an FNP-series (but probably isn't) in this one. And in this last one, I've got several Uzis under the Beretta Cx4, with what appears to be a CornerShot frame holding a Glock, several very odd-looking MP5 variants (SDs, to be precise, but fitted with MP5K-PDW stocks), some Mini-Uzis, a G3 with a bipod, a couple unidentifiable pistol grip pump shotguns behind Alice, and the FAMASes already mentioned. The rack on the right looks to have a heap of M16s with the A2 round handguard, and a pair of MP5s. Raven (talk) 23:26, 23 March 2013 (EDT)

Steyr HS .50

The begining of the film has have a real nice shot of a Steyr HS.50 being used by Japanese snipers. Also, the survivors at the prison seem to have a HK G-3 with an RIS system over the barrel. I saw it in 3D and it isn't so bad if you watch it only expecting to be entertained.--Mattatack92 07:20, 19 October 2010 (UTC)

After credits ending scene

Can someone identify the guns in Jill's dropleg holsters? Al Vrkljan maybe? Thanks!

Looks like Brügger & Thomet MP-9s from the vertical foregrips and the magazine. Makes sense since they were used in the movie by the Alice clones Excalibur01 03:58, 29 November 2010 (UTC)

So, my guess of a Steyr TMP was not so far from the truth after all... I've uploaded 2 screenshots from the scene: http://www.imfdb.org/index.php/Image:Purifier_jill_0.jpg http://www.imfdb.org/index.php/Image:Purifier_jill_1.jpg

If you can confirm the guns feel free to use them in the main article :-)

Would have been better if they were skorpions Excalibur01 04:00, 1 December 2010 (UTC)

BTS Shots and more screens

This shot gives us a good look at the rigs Alice uses to hold her shotguns.
Alice takes out some of the Umbrella soldiers.
An Alice clone opens fire with dual MP-9's.
Alice tries to sneak up on Wesker with her MP-9
Alice draws her pistol when she hears a noise in the bathroom
Claire (Ali Larter) fires her 90Two at the Executioner in the movie but behind the scenes, she shoots at the thought of him.
Luther orders the survivors to move stuff off the roof so the plane can land with his Taurus in hand.
Luther's PT92 in his waistband.
Alice kicks a table at Wesker, surprising Bennett, who was holding a SIG-Sauer P230/232 on her.

Beretta 92FS

Ali Larter as Claire's 90Two switches to a 92FS as seen in behind the scenes footage.

Beretta 92FS 9x19mm
Behind the scenes footage of Ali Larter taking over for her stunt double with 92FS in hand.

Colt Python

Alice (Milla Jovovich) has two stainless Colt Pythons in one of the movie posters instead of her Smith & Wesson Model 460V.


The "shotgun loaded with coins" trick gets tested

For those of you not in the know, this trick was tested at the following website. In short, the projectiles are of the wrong shape and mass for it to work. --Mazryonh 19:48, 6 April 2011 (CDT)

And here's my old buddy Tman, (who has lots of money) on his hands and knees, trying to pick up all those dimes
I told him, "You've got money, why are you worried about a few dimes?"
He told me, "That's why I've got money."

LOL Spartan198 05:52, 20 February 2012 (CST)

I thought this was the funniest gag they did. Evil Tim 06:52, 20 February 2012 (CST)

Jill's TMP/MP9 dropleg holsters

Any idea on where to buy them or at least the brand/model name?


i think i see a cornershot in the picture

Yes there is, I noticed it too. :) - Mr. Wolf 15:08, 25 October 2011 (CDT)

UCBS Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service Equipment and Gear

Guys what kind of gear and equipment were the UCBS soldiers in Resident Evil Afterlife wearing ???

Claire's knife

So there's been a lot of talk about the movies and the guns used in them, but not much talk about the knives despite them being a mainstay of the Resident Evil series. Chris' knife is a Cold Steel machete but what does Claire use? It looks like Buck's 393 hunting knife with gut hook, but the handle is all wrong and the edge is partially serrated. Does anybody know if this is a specific model of knife or just some Hollywood creation?

Alice's Weapon Roll

This weapon roll was a neat touch. The art department did a nice job putting it together. It seems like an impractical way to carry small quantities of ammunition, but it's quite a lovely presentation. ZionAmmo (talk) 20:11, 30 July 2020 (EDT)

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