The year 2014 should have been a banner one for humanity with cures for the common cold and cancer hitting the market. But then something went terribly wrong as the two cures worked together to create a virus that turns human beings into zombies, bringing on the zombie apocalypse.
“Trekkies” is a clever satire that works well enough in small gulps. Each chapter title is cleverly taken from the title of an episode of “Star Trek,” and each chapter is packed with in-jokes and one-liners for fans of each generation of “Star Trek.”
“Third-rate dialogue, third-rate acting, third-rate storytelling, and first-rate nudity accounts for all of the appeal of Zombie Strippers.”
Social programs & organizations dedicated to the advancement of minority peoples have succeeded in becoming recognized throughout the country. The existence of groups such as the JACL, GLAAD, LULAC, AIM, and the NAACP, has left a permanent impression upon the history of our nation. But for countless years, one group has been over-looked by both the government and society at large. One group has been continuously portrayed by the entire film industry from Hollywood to Pittsburg to Italy as being raving savages bent on the destruction of both civilization and flesh. This characterization shall stand no longer!
Ridiculous, nonsensical and grossly unnecessary, Resident Evil: Extinction is quite possibly the most contemptible film so far this year. Lacking any faithfulness to the original video game franchise, as well as failing to expand upon the already pointless plotting of the first two films, this rehashed mishmash of utter idiocy is a giant leap in the wrong direction for filmmaking. The saddest part of this whole ludicrous ordeal is that despite what critics will inevitably say about Resident Evil: Extinction, the fans who actually expect something out of this farce will be even more disappointed.