Friday, June 28, 2024

‘Resident Evil’ Fan Film ‘The Keeper’s Diary: A Biohazard Story’ Premieres June 30

Resident Evil fans wanting to finally see Andrew Saullo‘s Resident Evil fan film The Keeper’s Diary: A Biohazard Story won’t have to wait much longer. In fact, you’ll be able to check it out this Sunday! Exclusively on Residence of Evil YouTube Channel, The Keeper’s Diary: A Biohazard Story will premiere for free on June 30th at 10am PST/12pm CST/1pm EST.

The official X account for the crowdfunded film dropped the news early this morning. There’s still no word on if plans are still in motion for the film to get a live screening for fans.

Inspired by the original Resident Evil and its 2002 remake, The Keeper’s Diary is an adaptation of the diary entry of the same name found in the Spencer Mansion. It summarizes a researcher (played by Charlie Kraslavsky, who played Chris Redfield in the live-action cutscenes in Resident Evil) succumbing to a viral outbreak in an underground research facility. The film will also feature the talents of Ward E. Sexton, aka that guy who did the “Resident Evil” voiceover when you started a new game.

Alongside Kraslavsky, the film stars Gracie Madsen as Jill Valentine and Frank Scalabrino. Composer Duane C. Merritt provided the score for The Keeper’s Diary, with Andy Cox as producer.

The film had an Indiegogo campaign launched last August, with the goal of raising $40,000 was achieved in 30 days. Saullo has also done Resident Evil cast reunion videos starring Charlie KraslavskyGreg Smith and Eric Pirius (Chris Redfield, Barry Burton and Albert Wesker), including a short film Resident Evil: Resurrection that saw all three reprising their iconic characters.

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