Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness fans all have the same complaint as zombies storm The White House in new Netflix horror07/08/2021
RESIDENT Evil: Infinite Darkness fans all have the same complaint as zombies storm The White House in the new Netflix horror.
The animated series is based on the Resident Evil franchise, with the events set in 2006 between Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5.
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A hacking incident is uncovered at the White House and Leon Kennedy is tasked with investigating, however, he discovers zombies have attacked the President's home.
Later, Leon meets Claire Redfield, who is investigating a strange drawing made by a child refugee, and together they realise a new terror is slowly approaching.
Netflix fans were excited to binge the new series, but quickly took to Twitter to share their disappointment over the fact it only consists of four episodes.
Each episode is just under 30 mins, and it left many unimpressed.
One tweeted: "I was waiting for this series, and I had quite a hype to watch it. But really? 4 episodes, with 25-28 minutes of length? A new movie could have been better.
"I'll give it a watch, since I'm a fan of RE, but I expect more stuff in the future. #ResidentEvilInfiniteDarkness."
Another wrote: "#ResidentEvilInfiniteDarkness. Four episodes, about 30 minutes each, I’ll have this done before work."
A third added: "geeez 4 episodes and 26 mins runtime?????"
Despite this, most fans enjoyed the four episodes with one writing: "#ResidentEvilInfiniteDarkness is great. Second season needs to be longer and use Claire as a main character more and Not just as a cameo. Good show tho."
Another added: "#ResidentEvilInfiniteDarkness was really good a little short only being 4 episodes long but it was so good."
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is available on Netflix from today.
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