Resident Evil: Degeneration (Biohazard: Degeneration)

Biohazard Regeneration (2008)
Titles: Resident Evil: Degeneration
Source: IMDb

What is it?

The 2008 adult animated biopunk action horror movie Resident Evil: Degeneration (Biohazard: Degeneration).

What is it about?

This is how Rotten Tomatoes describes this animated movie:

The survival horror saga continues in this original, computer animated feature film inspired by the popular Resident Evil series of video games and films.

Seven years after Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield fought the sinister Umbrella Corporation in Raccoon City, Harvardville Airport has been overrun by zombies.

Now, as the deadly G-virus is released, and a mutated creature embarks on a terrifying rampage of death and destruction, Leon and Claire must race to eliminate the virus, defeat the monster, and do battle with a rogue soldier intent on seeking vengeance for the loss of his family back in Raccoon City.

With the fate of the entire world hanging in the balance, Leon and Claire race to ensure that the biohazard is contained, and prevent history from repeating itself.

~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

My Thoughts

My brother GC and I watched this animated movie recently after having only seen the beginning of it years ago.

We both had negative memories of what we saw years ago, but after watching the entire movie now it was not as bad as what we saw years ago.

This movie had good animation for the scenery but the animation for the people and their mouth movements was not as good, the voice acting and personality for Leon S. Kennedy was flat like paper (Preston Garvey’s voice acting and personality was more alive than his), this movie was longer than it should have been, this movie was pretty stupid at times with characters doing stupid things that kept annoying us, and it just felt like an empty action movie that was not as good as Resident Evil: Damnation.

This movie had us wanting it to end, it was basically a 3 out of 5 or a 2.5 out of 5, but it could be edited to be a better movie by cutting out the stupid parts and the waste of time parts and add some better voice acting for some of the characters (Laura Bailey did good as usual though).

The end,

-John Jr

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