Series: Underworld movies

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Underworld [2003 film] by Len Wiseman1
Underworld Evolution [2006 movie] by Len Wiseman2
Underworld: Rise of the Lycans [2009 movie] by Patrick Tatopoulos3
Underworld: Awakening by Måns Mårlind4
Underworld: Blood Wars [2016 film] by Anna Foerster5
Underworld/Underworld: Evolution by Len Wisemanset 1-2
Underworld Trilogy (Underworld / Underworld: Evolution / Underworld: Rise of the Lycans) by Underworld 3pakset 1-3
Underworld Quadrilogy [Blu-ray] by Len Wisemanset 1-4

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  1. X-Men: First Class [2011 film] by Matthew Vaughn (2011)
  2. Resident Evil [2002 film] by Paul W. S. Anderson (2002)
  3. Blade [1998 film] by Stephen Norrington (1998)
  4. Van Helsing [2004 film] by Stephen Sommers (2004)
  5. Constantine [2005 film] by Francis Lawrence (2005)
  6. Iron Man [2008 film] by Jon Favreau (2008)
  7. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl [2003 film] by Gore Verbinski (2003)
  8. Wanted [2008 Movie] by Timur Bekmambetov (2010)
  9. Resident Evil: Apocalypse [2004 film] by Alexander Witt (2004)
  10. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen [2003 film] by Stephen Norrington (2008)
  11. Twilight [2008 film] by Catherine Hardwicke (2010)
  12. Hellboy [2004 film] by Guillermo del Toro (2004)
  13. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter [2017 film] by Paul W. S. Anderson
  14. Warlock [1989 film] by Steve Miner (1998)
  15. Serenity [2005 film] by Joss Whedon (2005)

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