DVD Review: ‘Outpost: Rise Of The Spetsnaz’

OUTPOST RISE OF THE SPETSNAZ
Cast: Bryan Larkin, Iván Kamarás, Michael McKell
Director: Kieran Parker
Writer: Rae Brunton
Release Date: In stores now
Studio: Xlrator
Rating: 2.5 out of 5

In the new Outpost movie, from Scottish director Kieran Parker, is set in World War II. Parker was a writer of the original Outpost movie. Nazi zombies are running loose and killing enemy troops.

A group of Russian soldiers set a trap to kill some Germans and over power them. They are able to call for back up and soon the Germans are out manned and most of them are killed by the soldiers or a crazed Nazi zombie. Dolokhov, who in the movie seems to be super human, like a cross between Rambo and Ripley from Aliens, is captured and thrown in an underground German facility. They take almost dead soldiers and make zombies out of them. Dolokhov is not having this. Our hero manages to fight off all obstacles, in his attempt to get to freedom.

This is not a typical zombie movie. The creatures look hideous and are strong killing machines. There’s some serious gore and murders. Overall not a bad zombie, action movie.

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