Resident Evil

Easter egg: This Easter Egg can be found on the Deluxe Edition DVD only. On the Main Menu, go to Special Features, from Special Features go down to Filmographies. Once on Filmographies click on Milla Jovovich's filmography. Once there, press down and an eye should appear. Press enter and you will see Milla having a hell of a time on set with various weapons and fighting moves.

Easter egg: On the Deluxe Edition DVD, go to previews and there should be a couple movies listed below. Press down till you highlight Special Features and then press the right button twice and the dog's eyes should light up. Press enter and you'll get the "Zombie testers" modeling various make up designs for zombies in the movie. This can also be seen in the Special Edition DVD but under the Special Features.

Factual error: Medic gets killed by the laser which cuts her head off, In doing this, her spinal cord is severed meaning her muscles would not be controlled. Yet she still manages to stay standing. (00:31:20)

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Red Queen: You're all going to die down here.

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Trivia: In the final scene when Milla Jovovich emerges from Racoon City Hospital into the ruined city, a newspaper blows past in the wind with the headline "The Dead Walk" - a blatant reference to George Romero's classic zombie flick "Day of the Dead" where a newspaper with the same headline blows past in the opening sequence. (01:30:00)

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Question: Is the reanimation of dead people the purpose of the virus, or an unforeseen side effect? If it's a side effect, what was the original purpose of the T-Virus?

Answer: Actually the T-Virus was originally meant as a cure for a genetic disorder that Dr. Ashford and James Marcus daughters suffered from. The reanimation was a side effect and James Marcus was killed by Dr. Alexander Isaacs so he could take control of it and turn it into a bio-weapon.

lionhead

Answer: The original virus was a "Fountain of Youth" type of thing. Reviving dead cells so the host would stay young. It was so powerful that it reanimated the dead.

Grumpy Scot

Answer: Wait, wasn't the original virus meant to control the scientists daughters genetic disease, not an eternal life serum.

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