My name is Alice. And I carry a shit ton of guns.
As the star of the Resident Evil movie franchise, Milla Jovovich is no stranger to all manner of weapons that have proved necessary in the never-ending fight against the undead. After all, there's only so many times you can kick a zombie dog in the head before the need for something a bit stronger becomes apparent.
Much like the heroes of the Resident Evil video games, Alice lugs around a huge assortment of deadly weaponry to tackle this threat, but unlike her virtual counterparts, she has no need for herbs or ink ribbons in her personal inventory. Instead, Jovovich kicks zombie ass with an impressive variety of guns, gadgets and pointy objects all chosen with one thing in mind: undead carnage.
Join us as we navigate each of Sony's Resident Evil movies chronologically, pulling Alice's inventory apart to showcase the very best weapons and items in her arsenal.
Alice borrows this gun from Rain Ocampo (Michelle Rodriguez) when all of her other weapons run out of ammunition.
Alice steals this pistol from a dead security guard in order to defend herself against the zombie dogs."
At the end of #ResidentEvil, Alice grabs this shotgun out of a police car, ready to defend herself in the abandoned streets of Raccoon City.
The outfit that Alice wears here in the first film becomes an archetypal staple of the franchise and is referred to time and again in future film installments.
In close quarters, the police baton is used by Alice to address a number of zombies in Raccoon City.
These twin pistols are most notably used to blow up a motorcycle, killing a Licker in the process.
You never know when you might need to run down the side of a building, guns blazing, so always keep a lasso at hand.
Carried in a dual shoulder rig, Alice shoots these submachine guns at a Licker, trapping the mutant under a crucifix in the church.
Alice wields this shotgun one-handed against two Lickers in the church, blowing them away at close range.
In a zombie apocalypse, it always pays to keep binoculars at hand to spot the undead threat from miles away.
These dual pistols turn out to be Alice's most reliable weapon in the wastelands of the Mojave Desert.
Make sure you carry a shawl with you while fighting in the desert or the sand could obscure your vision, allowing zombie crows to swoop down and attack you.
When she's not blowing away zombies with firearms, Alice uses this Middle Eastern knife to slice and dice her way through the events of Extinction.
Making its return from Apocalypse, this weapon proves to be a formidable ally against the undead hordes that threaten Alice and her friends.
In Afterlife Alice brings more variety to her arsenal with the help of throwing stars that wedge right into a zombie's brain.
Once she runs out of shurikens, Alice uses a pair of swords to bring the pain, up close and personal.
Alice's signature dual shotguns return once again in Afterlife, updated with a newer model.
During the assault on the Umbrella Corporation headquarters, Alice's clones use incendiary grenades to explosive effect.
Electricity is rather unreliable in your standard zombie apocalypse, so make sure you stock up on flares.
Always keep a baseball bat securely in your home in case zombies burst in and destroy your suburban dreams.
Alice memorably wields a chain in the white corridor sequence, whipping at the zombie hordes as they approach.
These dual pistols appear right at the beginning of the film, when Alice takes on the Umbrella soldiers in the aftermath of Afterlife.
Obtained from a cop car in "Tokyo," this pistol is added to Alice's already impressive arsenal.
Submachine guns are Alice's weapon of choice in Retribution following their discovery in the hidden weapon cache.