The third live-action film in the franchise that may never end begins with Alice seemingly waking up as she did in the first outing, only to be killed by a booby trap. She turns out to be part of a cloning experiment at the Umbrella Corporation, the real Alice now travelling across country as a simultaneous means of avoiding the plague while searching for answers/solutions. She hooks up with a travelling team of soldiers and survivors as they work they way across the deserts, finding hope in the idea that a place in Alaska has escaped the plague.
The Blu-ray is the way to see this film: an incredibly colourful and consistently sharp 2.39:1 1080p image (grainy during the darker sequences), aside from Milla's Gaussian-blurred close-ups. The TrueHD audio track really wallops, with incidental music grabbing you and sound effects exploding from all directions. Sony's disc is backed up by a large amount of deleted material (why do they script and film this stuff only to ditch it? If it's not working you'd get the idea during storyboard stage), plus featurettes and commentary. An exemplary disc pretty much all round. P.S. What happened to Jill?