Alice, avoiding satellites and the undead is hiding in the Nevada desert. But to defeat her enemies and eliminate the deadly virus she must join together with a band of nomadic travelers on their way to pipe dream Alaska before every human being is undead...or worse.
Because of her recent(previous movies)Umbrella Corporation run-ins, Alice has been subjected to biogenic experimentation and is genetically altered, with super-human strengths, senses and dexterity. These skills, and more, will be needed to defeat and protect the uninteresting and "please quickly die" characters of this movie.
I appreciate the modern day attempt at Mad Max Meets the Zombies BUT this Extinction falls embarrassingly short.
Some cool concepts, scenes, and plot points but honestly nothing could ressurect me from the shifting in my seat bad movie blues.
Not near as sucky as the second but nowhere near as interesting as the first. For every ten minutes of crappy movie there was about 15 seconds of something coolness. So think about this given ratio of bad:good, examin your theater budget, and think about the time spent possibly elsewhere. Last but not least multiply the fact that you love everything zombie, divided by the fact that the you do indeed have the gift of appreciating good within bad. If this equation equals you into a theater chair just know that although Evil #3 is bad it still doesn't deserve the dubious honor of thrown tomatoes.