I’ve uploaded an illustration (for mature people) of Kathy, from the 1971 Japanese animated film Animal Treasure Island, to my pixiv gallery. This is the fourth illustration I’ve drawn of Kathy, who is one of my all-time favourite cartoon characters. Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!😊
I was worried I might not be able to get to see Resident Evil: Vendetta, as the cinema chain showing it here initially only had two screenings scheduled. But, for some reason, my local cinema increased the number of screenings to twice a day for at least a whole week! I’m happy that they did this, but I do wonder if they will do this again in the future for similar films; in total there were only five people in the cinema, two of whom came in half an hour into the movie. But now onto my thoughts on this film.
The 3d-animated film Biohazard: Vendetta (aka Resident Evil: Vendetta), was released last Saturday in Japan. I have absolutely no idea how it is faring at the box office, but I came across four new short promo clips for it on YouTube today. Apparently, they were used to promote the film on Twitter (or “Twetter”, as it says in the YouTube description for each clip).😋 Anyway, each one features a different character.
A new trailer for the upcoming Biohazard: Vendetta (aka Resident Evil: Vendetta) 3d-animated film has just come out. This film centres on the heroic trio of Chris Redfield, Leon Kennedy and Rebecca Chambers, who must face off against yet another bloodthirsty horde of mutants unleashed by the new owner of not one, but two incredibly evil and powerful corporations. Yes, in the end it’s basically the same old Resident Evil plot, but this film does look like it’s going to be fun.
Biohazard: Vendetta is an upcoming Japanese CG animated film set in the Biohazard (AKA Resident Evil) universe. It looks like standard game-turned-movie fare: lots of action and very little plot, but the imagery is high-quality so it might be quite entertaining. The main characters will be Chris Redfield, Leon Kennedy and Rebecca Chambers, although it looks as though poor Rebecca is going to be relegated to damsel-in-distress in this particular outing. You can check out the trailer below.
Last week I went to see Your Name, an animated film by the Japanese director Makoto Shinkai, in the cinemas. If you haven’t heard about Your Name, I suggest you take a look at the trailer below.
First of all, I’ve never actually played a Final Fantasy game in my life, but I have been interested in the FF series ever since a friend of mine started playing the much revered Final Fantasy VII, many, many years ago. I’m also a fan of Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within, from 2001. So a couple of weeks ago when I heard about a special screening of the Final Fantasy XV film tie-in, called Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, I was curious to see what it was like.