A group of mercenaries are hired to escort a business man into a remote area of war torn Eastern Europe. Their mission leads them to a mysterious bunker, once the secret base of Nazis in World War II. Suddenly under attack, the group find themselves in the midst of forces they cannot comprehend…
Nazi zombies! Brilliant! This film is well produced and thoroughly well acted. The sense of paranoia grows through out the movie. Using clever lighting and a small set, the feeling of claustrophobia builds within both cast and audience alike.
However, despite the gritty look and disturbing atmosphere, the last twenty minutes fell a bit flat. I had held this movie in high esteem following my initial viewing a few years back. Watching it again, I felt as disorientated as the characters at the end – but not in the way the Director would have wanted. A great premise was lost in the final few minutes.
Maybe I’ve confused this film with the far better Dead Snow as years have gone by. Either way, a bit more Nazi zombie would have been a good thing. Never the less, I’d recommend Outpost as one to watch.