December 20, 2012

Quick Review: Outpost: Black Sun (2012)
Before we get into our end of the year awards lists, let's take a few minutes to at least offer a paragraph or two on some of the movies that we never got around to writing about, and that deserve to have a few words spoken about them.

It's really hard for us not to love any horror movie that involves Nazi's, and as these types of movies go, the 2008 hidden gem Outpost was one of our absolute faves. Ray Stevenson and his band of bad ass Brit Soldiers vs. The Undead S.S. was so much fun that we immediately hoped for a sequel.

Well, four years later, we finally got one.

...and it wasn't quite as good as the first one.
Evil Nazi scientist Kalusener has a crazy machine that can create an immortal, undead Nazi army, and even though he's dead, he's still able to use it effectively and unleash his Storm-Troopers on Eastern Europe... yeah, forget about the plot. This movie is about a bunch of Soldiers facing off with a bunch of Nazi Zombies. Anything else is irrelevant.

Outpost II: Black Sun isn't as good as Outpost, but it still has its merits. Where the first movie was more of a ghost story, the sequel is definitely a zombie action flick, which is either good or bad depending on which type of Horror flick you prefer.

She was alright though.
We liked this movie for what it is; a fun diversion. Outpost (2008) is markedly better, but at least its sequel was fun. Mostly.


Hot as the sun...

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