Resident Evil

Corrected entry: Why didn't Umbrella's higher ups just ask Red Queen what happened before sending in an assault team? She could have told them the T-virus was released and the hive would have stayed sealed. Instead, they just assumed she was nuts and sent in people to shut her down! Had even one of them said, "What happened?", the zombies would have never been released - it's a plot hammer that contradicts the whole point of having an AI run the hive. There should have been a line that said something like "All attempts to communicate with Red Queen so far have failed. The whole point of an AI that has the capability to seal the Hive is to keep the virus from escaping! Her refusal to communcate guarantees that the hive will be breached by a team that is investigating.

Grumpy Scot

Correction: She wasn't meant to keep the hive shut as the virus was meant to get out. Via the final movie.

Corrected entry: Red Queen is extremely conveniently programmed for the plot of the movie. 1. Rather than seal off rooms in a place she has TOTAL control of, (that by the way is designed to be isolated in sections for this very reason), she lets the infection spread to everybody in the Hive. She could have easily contained it in a small section of the facility. This is standard procedure in ANY biowarfare lab, there is no way she wouldn't be programmed to do it. 2. Rather than let everyone know the virus is loose, she just starts killing everyone. She had counter-virus available, why not let everyone know that they are locked in with the virus, but help is coming? The infected personnel would be hit with it only minutes after infection. If it didn't work and they died, they are still locked in. 3. Instead of calling Umbrella and telling them the virus is loose, she clams up and just slaughters everyone. This guarantees that Umbrella will ignore anything she has to say, and breach the Hive with a response team and release the virus, the very thing she is programmed to prevent. 4. When Kaplan is disabling her, she keeps telling him that it's a bad idea, but doesn't bother to let him know that shutting her down will release hordes of flesh-eating killers. 5. She just assumes that Spence, no matter how he got in to the T-virus storage has clearance to stuff it all in a duffel bag and walk out with it. She could have locked him in and double-checked with Umbrella. 6. The entire reason for her existence is to prevent the virus from escaping, while almost every decision she makes greatly increases the chances it will get out of the Hive. This is way beyond bad programming - this is highly advanced AI doing the exact opposite of what she's designed for.

Grumpy Scot

Correction: She isn't allowed to help them since the viral outbreak was on purpose. Via the final movie.

Corrected entry: When the man in the suit lifts the blue test tube at the start of the film, he lifts them vertically, but in the next shot, they're at 45 degrees.


Correction: The man in the suit has the ability to move the mechanical arms, there is enough time time off screen to move the arms to show the vial at 45°. Also, the grip by the black pincers is the same when he lifts the tube up, and when we see it at 45°, indicating that the arms have been moved to position the vial at that angle.

A Demon Premium member

Corrected entry: In the passage to the Queen's chamber when the laser is coming towards the woman standing, you can see she is looking towards it. A second later she turns her head towards it again.


Mortug Premium member

Correction: She is looking at the door where Alice is. She turns her head towards the laser when One yells for everyone to get down.


Corrected entry: Spence and Alice are charged with making sure no one without proper clearance gets into the Hive. Why then does Spence have the clearance to get into the Hive's most secret and secure area, the T-virus storage? Does a bank guard at the door have the combination to the vault? Can the guard in the entrance of a missile silo launch a missile? Of course not. There is no reason for him to have access that deep into the Hive. And while he may have bought the codes to get in, why does no one in the most secure facility in the world give him a second glance? Did he buy off every security guard and Red Queen as well?

Grumpy Scot

Correction: It is never mentioned that they don't have access to the hive. Comparing them to bank guards or silo guards is a moot point. This is a highly classified government facility. There is no law that says they cannot give them access to the inside of the hive.


Corrected entry: In the beginning, the people are trapped in the elevator. The woman tried to squeeze out to get help, and a long piece of hair hangs down. As the car drops, the hair hangs out at an angle, the same angle as when the car stops, and her head is inches above the floor. Gravity defying hair?

Movie Nut

Correction: Not gravity defying hair, gravity defying hair product. There's so much styling product in her hair that it's too fixed in place to fall straight down. Similar effect can be seen when a man's comb-over stands straight up in a crosswind instead of blowing out to the side.

Phixius Premium member

Corrected entry: When the code is entered for the door after the first zombie fight, the guy entering it says "got it". His lips aren't in sync with the words.


Correction: If you watch and listen carefully, you'll notice JD is mouthing the word "five", the last number he typed in. The words "Got it" are a question asked by Spence, who is off camera.

Corrected entry: Just after Alice escapes from the zombie dogs, Rain is shown counting her ammunition. She says, 'I have one in the breach and another magazine.' However you can see that the slide on her pistol has locked back (it doesn't return to the home position) meaning the chamber is actually empty.

Nik Rolls

Correction: While this is true, you can see (and hear) her inserting the magazine into the gun. Making what she said in fact true as well.


Corrected entry: When Alice awakens in what looks like a stainless steel bin, there is a long scratch on her right shoulder. Throughout the rest of the movie, the scratch is seen on her left shoulder.


Correction: The scar actually is on her left shoulder throughout the movie, but in the beginning, when the scar is emphasised, she is looking at it in the mirror, thus making it look like being on her right.The stainless steel bin looks more like a sophisticated sort of shower to me, by the way.

Corrected entry: When Alice has the mutated licker's tongue trapped in the metal grate with a pipe, the trapdoors are opened and the licker is electrocuted on the traintrack. Miraculously, Alice can hold onto the metal pipe attached to the licker's tongue without being electrocuted also.


Correction: The train has a single middle rail as power supply. This makes it likely the other required pole are the rails the train is driving on. (This is how it works for normal electrical trains too.) Under this reasonable assumption the licker is electrocuted because he touches the middle rail as well as (one of) the driving rails and the current flows between the first and the latter. Then there is no reason, why Alice, standing on the train and thus having a much higher resistance between the two rails should be electrocuted.

Corrected entry: In the first scene, the man in the suit wears a surgical mask over the lower half of his face. When Spence remembers it later, he wears no mask under the suit.

00:02:00 - 01:12:35


Correction: They most likely showed Spence without the mask in the flashback as a visual confirmation that it was indeed Spence in the suit. And probably also to show that it was him acting alone since Milla's character couldn't remember if it was herself who had betrayed Lisa.

Corrected entry: At the start of the movie the suit guy carrying his coffee gets bumped into from the back of his right shoulder, causing to spill his coffee over his shirt.When Spence is having his flashback and starting to remember things you see him bump into the suit guy from the back of his left shoulder.


Correction: We saw it the way it happened the first time, then we saw it the way Spence remembered it the second time. No one's memories are flawless, especially if they're just recovering them after having been hit with amnesia-inducing gas.

Phixius Premium member

Corrected entry: Surely in rooms where lethal viruses are handled and stored, even in outer rooms, you wouldn't have a ventilation system connected to the rest of the facility?


Correction: The entire facility is under the control of the "Red Queen" computer program, who is the one responsible for killing everyone to prevent the infection from leaving. It's very likely she was able to shut down/manipulate the ventilation system to send the air flow to other parts of the Hive.


Corrected entry: In the laser corridor scene, the laser grid that kills One (the captain) is also assumed to have killed the soldier that had his fingers sliced off. If that's the case, then why is the gear that they brought with them inside the corridor intact? It should have been destroyed with the soldiers.

Correction: The laser grid that kills the captain is shut off by the other team member just as it finishes passing through his body, thus leaving the equipment intact.


Corrected entry: In the scene where the soldier gets killed by the grid of lasers you can see his body fragments falling to the ground in the reflection on the door, but they don't match the sounds of the fragments hitting the ground.

Correction: While it's true that the sound does not match the falling chunks we *see*, we do not however see the rest of his body, so the sound could be of pieces of his arms, and legs falling off etc.

Corrected entry: If the zombies have "virtually no intelligence", then how can they walk, or carry axes with them?

Correction: It is actually stated by the Red Queen herself that the undead have the simplest of motor functions. You don't have to be intelligent to know how to walk.


Corrected entry: What keeps the zombies from eating each other?

Correction: Resident Evil's zombies crave fresh, living meat, not the putrefying meat of other corpses. They're motivated to attack by hunger, so they only attack living things that look and smell appetizing. This is why JD is mostly intact even though he was in an elevator full of zombies - after they bit off enough to kill him they stopped eating him.


Corrected entry: The worker who gets coffee spilled on him says "thank you" differently during Spence's Flashback.

Correction: Spence is not going to remember it exactly as it happened. Like in any flashback, you won't remember every detail exactly as it was.

Lummie Premium member

Corrected entry: When Milla is fighting the dogs, and the camera pans across their faces, it's obvious that computer effects were used to make the dogs appear to have missing parts (ie. sections of ears, throats, etc. since the real dogs used in the scene would not have such extensive injuries).

Correction: Computer effects or not, these dogs are zombies. They look dead, weird and artificial. There is nothing obvious or revealing with the special effects in this scene.

Mortug Premium member

Corrected entry: Just after Rain wraps her hand from the zombie bite, the team picks up their guns and heads around a corner in the Hive. Look closely at Rain's gun hand - the bandage she just put on is gone...then back again within one camera shot.

Correction: She has her bandage on all the time. The bandage is wrapped in a way that the camera angle sometimes misses it.

Mortug Premium member

Corrected entry: In the laser room on the way to the Red Queen, a female soldier loses her head. This happens while she stands on the right side of the corridor. Later, when you see the dead bodies lying on the floor, she lies on the left side.

Correction: If you look closely she is still lying on the right side of the corridor.

Mortug Premium member

Corrected entry: At the beginning when the experiment room is being flooded, you see one guy take the axe to try and break the window. Later when he is a zombie you see he has it in his hand. Towards the end of the movie you see Rain take the axe out of the holder in the same room. You know it's the same room because the female scientist is still there and it's the same room the broken virus was in.

00:05:10 - 01:18:25

Correction: The male scientist got the axe from a sliding cupboard door. Rain (Michelle Rodriquez) got her axe from a different cupboard which looks like there's a small gas tank next to it and the door to the cupboard has hinges.

Corrected entry: At the start, Spence bumps into a guy walking towards the elevator with a coffee in his hand. In this shot, Spence doesn't look at him at all and just walks on with his head down. In the flashback where Spence remembers everything, he does look at the guy after bumping into him.

Correction: The first scene is what really happened. Perhaps the second scene is Spence's memory of what happened, and thus not completely accurate.

Corrected entry: The Ops team have their names on the left breast of their jackets. The Medic, however, has the word "Medic" rather than her name.


Correction: Perhaps for the one of the reasons medics use red cross armbands. It might be more important to know who is a medic more than his name.

Corrected entry: In the scene with the lasers, the laser turns into a grid and cuts One up into little cubes. Problem is, the lasers came towards him, not from above. Because of this, he wouldn't have been cut from the top, and so would only have been cut into strips.

Correction: He's cut into square prisms, which is consistent with the lasers' approach. When viewed from the front or back it's a grid pattern, but if viewed from the side (which we don't see) it's strips. After he collapses, of course, the strips don't maintain their shape.


Corrected entry: In the scene where Alice fights the dogs, why was she there, alone, in the first place? They've determined that the whole place is unsafe, and she certainly wouldn't go anywhere on her own.

Correction: She was probably looking for Matt who had disappeared at that point.

Corrected entry: J.D. was pulled into an elevator filled with a large group of rather hungry zombies that overpower him. Yet, during the Red Queen's speech about the T-Virus causing "re-animation of the body", we see J.D.'s body come back to life with mere gashes. Guess they lost their appetite?

00:45:05 - 00:58:55

Correction: It may be that the creatures only eat fresh DNA (in other words, warm flesh). But once he died, his DNA obviously wasn't fresh, therefore the creatures don't eat him. That is also the explanation as to why the creatures don't eat each other.

Corrected entry: The only people in this film who manage one of those flawless 'instant kill' headshots are all armed with a gun that's appeared in every single Resident Evil game to date.

Correction: Untrue. The gun used in all of the games is a Beretta, but Caplan kills the zombie crawling up the piping after him with a headshot - his gun is a revolver.

Corrected entry: After Rain and J.D. shoot the first zombie in white, she suddenly disappears. She disappears with five or six people around. It made so much noise before, it's not likely that it would be able to crawl away without a sound.



Correction: It is possible that it can move away silently - when around 100 zombies come in the same scene, They were only able to hear the one dragging the axe, and they didn't hear them coming up behind Spence whilst travelling through the power/sewer tunnels.

Corrected entry: When everyone is in the laser room, and the medic woman gets the laser through her neck, the injuries that other people got didn't bleed because the wound was cauterized, yet her neck bleeds a bit before her head falls off.


Correction: Her neck has much larger arteries and veins, it would be impossible to seal these without clamping them then cauterizing them, it couldn't be done with a laser.

Sol Parker

Corrected entry: In the room where the lasers attack the crew you can clearly see that on each end of the room there is an extra space that is away from the small hall where the lasers cannot reach and it is clearly enough room for them to stand and not get killed.


Correction: Just because we can see a safe spot from our angle does not mean that they could see it from their position or that they could recognise it as a safe spot in the few seconds they had to look around.

Corrected entry: When Kaplan and Alice are walking across the pipes in the sewer area and Kaplan falls down, Alice is pulled up, and Raine has her gun out, trying to help Kaplan. She is aiming her gun to everyone's right, and everyone was looking in that direction. When Rain yells out that she can't see, Alice takes the gun off her and shoots the zombie nearest to Kaplan, aiming the gun to everyone's LEFT, meaning that Raine was aiming in the wrong direction. Even if she couldn't focus properly, everyone was looking in the other direction, too.


Correction: The reason that everyone was looking right is because Kaplan was to the right of everyone at that time. He moves throughout that scene. You can tell because everybody's view keeps shifting to the left more and more throughout the scene with him. Eventually he ends up to the left of them, that is when Alice shoots the zombie.

Corrected entry: In the shot at the beginning of the scene where they are in dining room B, the guy wearing the handcuffs manages to get on top of a high edge and sit on it with handcuffs on ..


Correction: The team must have helped him up.

Corrected entry: It says this on the commentary on the DVD, but in the scene where they are on the pipes you can see the camera rail above them, but they are supposed to be made to look like pipes.


Correction: That is true, they did use the pipes to hide a camera, but you never actually SEE the camera or the pipes that it's moving on.

Corrected entry: The second zombie that appears in the film (the one dragging the axe) has half his head missing. Later on, shortly after the characters enter the sewers, the same zombie reappears (and gets his neck broken by Alice) with his head fully-intact.

Correction: If you look more carefully, you'll notice that they are looking at the Zombie dragging the axe from a distance and then turn to see the Zombie with half its head missing. They are two different Zombies.

Corrected entry: In the part of the movie before the team enters the hive, after the subway, when they are about to open the door and Alice asks the team who they are, you can see the boom ontop of their heads. It ducks in then goes out and then ducks right back in. This was seen on a DVD version.

Correction: The boom mike isn't there. The shot is framed very close to the actors' heads.


Corrected entry: While explaining the zombies, Red Queen says that human hair and nails continue to grow after death. This isn't true. What actually happens is that the skin dries out and shrivels away, making it appear that hair and nails are getting longer.


Correction: Real dead people may shrivel up, but the bodies are still active in the movie, allowing the dead cells that make our hair and nails continue to grow. Also, hair and nails do grow after death. A process takes place that doesn't need oxygen called anaerobic respiration which the hair and nails use to grow slightly. it only equals a couple of millimeters, not long enough for the difference in nail length to be noticeable, but long enough to make a five o'clock shadow.

Corrected entry: The zombified people in the movie have trouble moving around (slow, rigid). The zombified dogs, however, conveniently keep all their former speed and reflexes.

Correction: Not necessarily a mistake. The T-virus simply affected the dogs differently. After all, none of the humans looked like they had been completely skinned did they?

Grumpy Scot

Corrected entry: Several times during the train sequences, and on the schematics, we see there is only one track between the Mansion and the Hive. So on the return journey, the train should be travelling backwards, yet it is going forwards with Kaplan in the cab on both occasions. From the interior and exterior shots, you can see that it does not have a cab at both ends.

Correction: We never get to see EVERYTHING inside the Mansion and the Hive. Maybe there's a sort of extra part to the station(s) where the train can turn around.


Corrected entry: When Rain shoots the 1st zombie with her machine gun, as soon as the camera pans back to her the machine gun is no longer in her hands.

Correction: Rain can be seen lowering the gun when the shot comes back to her. She's holding it in her right hand offscreen while she pulls the bandage from her shoulder pocket with her left hand.


Corrected entry: Near the end of the movie, you see Rain check to see how much time is left to escape. You see she is injured on her left hand where the watch is. She has a bandaid on, but on the next shot you see she doesn't have it on anymore.

Correction: She is injured on her right hand, and wears the watch on her right wrist. There is never a bandage on her left hand.


Corrected entry: In the dining hall B part of the movie, the guy fires 8 shots out of the same revolver and you can clearly see there's only 6 chambers.

Correction: If "the guy" is Kaplan, he never fires more than twice in a single shot, with frequent cuts to the zombies and other characters. As a trained soldier, he would be able to reload quickly in a combat environment.


Corrected entry: Alice & Matt arrive in the control room via a corridor from the office block, apparently being chased by zombies. This is a different corridor than the one Rain, Kaplan & Spence entered via. (You can see the two corridors on the heat-tracking schematic that pops up during this sequence). If that corridor was clear ahead of them, why didn't the three already trapped escape up it? If there were zombies outside that door, then Alice & Matt managed to get through them without too much trouble, so could the others.


Correction: Alice and Matt didn't fight through a crowd of zombies to get to the control room, they led a crowd of zombies there while running to the safe control room. The once clear corridor is now at this point dangerous like the 2nd corridor.

Corrected entry: After most of the team is killed inside the chamber with the lasers, everyone else leaves, only to return to find the bodies missing. Granted, it's supposed to be creepy, but there really was no one around to take the bodies or the equipment away. The Red Queen isn't physical, the zombies would have left bones or some sort of mess, and the licker would have also left such a mess.


Correction: This may seem wrong but this is actually just a sort of homage to the games. When an enemy or any person in the game is killed and the player leaves the room, when the room is revisited the bodies disappear.

Corrected entry: In the scene where the Red Queen insists that Matt and Alice kill Raine, you can see Alice raise the axe and start with a downward stroke, but she then ends with an upward stroke destroying the monitor.

Correction: This commonly gets people confused, in a section from somewhere on the net with Paul Anderson, he states he did this to make the audience think Alice was to kill Raine, Alice actually starts a downward stoke, turns and hits the monitor of the Red Queen.

Corrected entry: In the scene in the laser corridor, when the woman has her head sliced off, why does she look around first, and not drop when she is told to by the commander. All soldiers are trained to do any commands like 'Down' when they are said, so that they do not waste time looking around and then dying or getting hurt.

Correction: She obviously froze in a state of shock.

Corrected entry: During the laser cutting sequence, a blond-haired team member tries to avoid the lasers by jumping over them and gets sliced through his waist as a result. As soon as this happens he lands on his feet once, then it cuts to a shot of his face and we can see he's landing from the jump again.

Correction: If the guy got cut in HALF, then maybe the feet landed first then the upper part of his body. Listen for a 'squelch' sound.

Corrected entry: The leader of the team sent into The Hive has a G36 assault rifle with a grenade launcher underneath. If you look closely at the gun, it was cut in half to make it look futuristic. He holds it by the grenade launcher instead of the actual grip of the gun.

Correction: The team leaders gun has not been cut in half as has been suggested. The gun he is carrying is a standard G36, but in this case it is the G36K with an underslung AG36 40mm grenade launcher. The K variant of the G36 was developed by H&K as a more powerful alternative to a submachine gun. The G36 can be easily converted into several different sub types depending on the tactical mission. Of course in the case of this film it makes little tactical sense for a commando team to use a mix of MP5K and G36K considering the improved performance of the G36 over a sub machine gun and the un-interoperbility of ammunition. If you wish to find out more about the G36 take a look here:

Corrected entry: When there is a slo-mo camera shot of the bullet case falling to the floor, it doesn't bounce, it just sticks to the floor.

Correction: As I remember, hot bullet cases do sometimes stick... as to which kinds of material, I'm not sure. (It has been a while since my military service)

Corrected entry: When Milla wakes up in the shower at the very beginning of the movie, she's been lying on the floor in the shower. However you can see her hair is totally dry and perfectly made up, if she had really been lying on the floor for more than few seconds, she would be covered in drops of water which would have been landing on her (even though she's not lying directly beneath the spray, she would still be covered in water, if you have a similar shower, you could try it yourself)


Correction: You can see that the flow from the shower is not very powerful, and is falling on her ankles, almost a full body-length away from her hair. No visible water droplets are landing anywhere near her head, and anyway, the ends of her hair do appear to be a little damp.

J I Cohen

Corrected entry: In the scene where the group first come across the zombies, they back towards a locked door and try to hold off the attack. When they manage to open the door they are confronted by an even bigger horde of the undead and one of the marines is eaten alive. The rest manage to shut the door and go back the way they came. The problem being that they were just running away from there - where did all the zombies go?

Correction: They are trapped in the control room just outside the Red Queen's chamber. This is mentioned in the dialogue. Kaplan concludes that their only option is the Queen's chamber, and it's a dead end. They eventually get the Queen's help to get out of there, after they reactivate her.

Corrected entry: At the beginning of the movie you see a man putting the T-Virus and the Anti-virus in a case. There is one slot left for another capsule, but in the next shot it is filled in.

Correction: There are actually four vials in the top slots, with two to be loaded - the reflecting light makes one of them almost invisible.


Corrected entry: The last laser that passes through is a mesh-like grid that "cubifies" the team leader. Yet, when the rest enter the room not only are the team leader's remains gone but the rest of the team and the scrambler box remain whole - despite the grid becoming mesh halfway through the room and spanning across the floor.

Correction: The laser was past the equipment by the time it turned into a mesh, so the scrambler wouldn't have been destroyed. The camera never pans down far enough or focuses in sharply enough on the floor to see the remains properly.


Corrected entry: When the woman gets her head stuck in the lift, she sees dead bodies everywhere. But when the team enters the hive, they're all gone, and it's the same place. How did the bodies move? All the doors are locked, so they couldn't have walked off.

Correction: The T-virus could have infected the bodies therefore making it possible for them to get up and walk off. For example - the woman that died because she drowned in the lab ends up being infected with the T-virus.

Corrected entry: When 'One' and his team enter the laser corridor, there are 4 people. The medic gets her head cut off, another guy gets chopped in half and 'One' gets sliced n diced. But what happened to the guy who got his fingers chopped off? He only went into shock.

Correction: When the 'grid laser' comes across the corridor to kill One, the finger guy was still lying on the floor in shock, and so presumably he got sliced through as well.

Chimera Premium member

Corrected entry: Immediately after Kaplain shuts down main power, there is a shot of all the lights on the metal boxes in Dining Hall B going from the green "stable" to the red "unstable." The mistake comes when the team is shooting all the zombies. They shoot up several of the metal boxes and when they do, there are shots of the lights on the boxes going again from green to red.

Lisa Nickerson

Correction: Kaplan states that when he shut down the Red Queen, the Hive's systems would temporarily go off due to the expected loss of power. The tanks were probably designed to automatically re-stabilise once power had been restored.

Corrected entry: This is a small nitpick, but for the trailers for the movie, we're told that if they don't seal the mansion shut in three hours, then the whole world will be infected. In all honesty, that's not once mentioned in the movie. They had to make it out so that they could live, not so that the rest of the world wouldn't be infected, even though that turned out to be the case.


Correction: They have to make it out in three hours if they want to live because the Hive will be sealed shut to contain the leak. The reason the commandos are there in the first place is to find out why the Red Queen sealed off the Hive - to stop the virus from spreading.

Mark Cuss

Corrected entry: If the squad knew the Red Queen was watching them, why didn't they destroy any cameras they came across in the hive? Perhaps the whole laser beam curly fry disaster could have been avoided.

Correction: If the cameras go out, the Red Queen would also know where they are. Also I think the way with the lasers has a pressure-sensitive floor, because the lasers go on and on and there is no camera in the corridor (so it indicates the moves by pressure - or it's a new mistake). Also they say they maybe have activated this hidden security-system by opening the door.


Corrected entry: In the beginning, when the computer let the elevator drop (after we saw the first one fall to the floor), why did it bother to stop it for no reason whatsoever after it's only fallen 10 feet?

Correction: Elevators have safety systems to prevent falls. It took Red Queen a bit to override them in order to kill the passengers. Hence all the up and down.

Grumpy Scot

Corrected entry: The T-Virus escapes through the air vent and spreads throughout the entire building, so the air vents must go all over. Later water floods the labs, all of which have air vents, so the rooms shouldn't have filled with water, it should have poured through the air vents and spread throughout the building.

Correction: The red queen could have sealed of the ventilation system in that room when it detected the broken virus sample.


Corrected entry: In the scene by the elevator at the start where the woman gets stuck in the lift doors and gets decapitated you clearly can see the skyline of the city filled with other skyscrapers and it is broad daylight outside the window, yet the Hive is located underground.

Correction: When the team first enter that part Matt says something about how since they have a view it makes it easier to work underground. my guess it's computer generated.

Corrected entry: The T-Virus is being developed as a biological weapon. The virus doesn't kick into effect unless someone is wounded or dead, and even then it resurrects them as the "living dead". Those that are living and are exposed to the virus without treatment are perfectly fine for a good length of time before mutation into the "Nemesis", allowing ample time for retaliation. Not the best weapon around.

Correction: As you can see from the chaos inside the Hive and in Racoon City after the breach, if the T-Virus were used on a large group of people with no anti-virus provided a large number of them would be turned into zombies. Since even a little scratch from one is enough to turn you into a zombie, pretty soon a whole city could be infected. Seems like a pretty good weapon to me.

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Near the beginning of the movie, Milla Jovovich reads a note that has been left on the desk. She didn't write it, as they demonstrate in the film. However, when they do show the person who wrote the note composing it, the handwriting is different from that in the note from the earlier scene.



The picture on the computer of the hive looks like an upside down umbrella and the name of the corporation who own the hive is ... the Umbrella corporation.