Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness

Jul. 08, 2021
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1Season 1 Jul. 08, 2021




Nick Apostolides isLeon S. Kennedy (voice)
Leon S. Kennedy (voice)
Stephanie Panisello isClaire Redfield (voice)
Claire Redfield (voice)
Jona Xiao isShen May (voice)
Shen May (voice)
Ray Chase isJason (voice)
Jason (voice)
Brad Venable isRyan (voice)
Ryan (voice)
Doug Stone isSecretary of Defense Wilson (voice)
Secretary of Defense Wilson (voice)

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As a longtime fan of the “Resident Evil” franchise, I was excited to see the world of survival horror expand into the realm of animation with “Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness.” This Netflix exclusive series combines thrilling horror, political intrigue, and the familiar faces of franchise favorites Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield to create a truly unique viewing experience.

Set between the events of “Resident Evil 4” and “Resident Evil 5,” the series takes us on a dark journey into a zombie outbreak in the White House. With Leon working as a federal agent and Claire delving into her work as an activist, the series takes a refreshing approach by exploring their lives outside of the monstrous outbreaks they typically contend with.

The animation in “Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness” is truly remarkable, boasting near-photorealistic graphics that lend a cinematic quality to the show. The attention to detail, from the character design to the environments, enhances the immersion in this familiar yet fresh take on the “Resident Evil” universe.

The series brilliantly balances action-packed sequences and suspenseful horror. Leon and Claire’s fights against hordes of zombies bring about the adrenaline-filled excitement that fans of the franchise will undoubtedly love. Yet, the series doesn’t shy away from moments of pure, claustrophobic horror, reminding us of the roots of “Resident Evil.”

What struck me about “Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness” is its political narrative. While zombies are the series’ mainstay, the series delves deeper into the corrupt side of politics, bio-terrorism, and the implications of unchecked power. This unique blend of horror and political thriller adds depth to the storyline, making the series more than just a zombie survival tale.

The voice acting performances are also noteworthy, with Nick Apostolides and Stephanie Panisello reprising their roles as Leon and Claire from the “Resident Evil 2” remake. Their performances, combined with the stunning animation, truly bring these beloved characters to life.

“Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness” might be a short series, with just four episodes, but it packs a punch. Each episode is filled with gripping narrative developments, chilling horror, and intense action sequences. It builds upon the “Resident Evil” legacy while paving the way for new story possibilities.

In conclusion, whether you’re a die-hard fan of the “Resident Evil” franchise or a newcomer who’s dipping your toes into the world of survival horror, “Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness” delivers an engrossing, fear-inducing, and thoroughly enjoyable viewing experience. The show respects its roots while offering something new, providing a fresh chapter in a beloved horror saga.

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness
Original title Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness
TMDb Rating 8 460 votes
First air date Jul. 08, 2021
Last air date Jul. 08, 2021
Seasons 1
Episodes 4
Average Duration 26 minutes

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