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Zombies Of War

Released on 11 January 2010

Featuring: Jon Osbeck, Joe Lorenzo & Daniel Alan Kiely

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

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In war, death is not the only thing to fear...

Hitler's desperation to win World War II at all costs, combined with his obsession with science and the paranormal give rise to a deadly type of warfare. Hitler unleashes his secret weapons - Unstoppable Nazi supersoldiers - onto the advancing Allied army. After suffering great losses the American army reassigns soldiers to a mission to destroy Hitler's weapons labs. After they are shot down in occupied France, the soldiers find themselves caught between the German army and a creature that cannot be destroyed.
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 Zombies of War - Student film on DVD

| | See all KlaatuNiinja's reviews (3)

I should have known better, the lack of reviews on the net for this film must be because they released it quickly before the word got out.
Let's start with the basics, the film looks like it has been transferred from VHS. Really low picture quality.
Then there is the obvious lack of budget. There is one scene where they are in a graveyard. There are about 6 ploystyrene gravestones in a field. The soldiers bump into them occasionally and they wobble all over the place. There are also some scenes in a camp and they have like one tank and one jeep which they move around and shoot from different angles to look like more.
Then there is the story. There are so many flashbacks that look exactly like the rest of the film that you are not sure if it's a flashback or if it's current. There is no flow to it, it kind of jumps about all over the place. It's almost that it was made in random sections and cobbled together in the editing. Then there's the werewolf thing. Werewolf??? I thought this was supposed to be zombies. The cover shows hordes of zombie solders, but there is only like 3 or 4 in the whole film. The make up effects on the zombies is also terrible. Come on, how hard is it to just put darken the eyepits and make the face look white? Zombies must be the easiest thing to do. These look more like cheesy demons. There are some appaling scenes. There is the one where they go throught the graveyard I mentioned earlier. The team splits up and 2 US soldiers attack a unit of Nazis. There is like 4 germans in cover, 2 with a Howitzer, and 2 in an armoured car. The 2 americans manage to kill almost all of these on there own!!! I laughed out loud at that. Really, this film is so bad it is almost funny. I say almost because there is this pointless character development. It's like the makers have watched every WW2 film ever made and stuck those cliche's in there. This is supposed to be a zombie film!!
The only thing that is any good, surprisingly, is the performances of a couple of the actors. The main lead and the big guy who goes on the final mission are actually quite good, with better material they might be OK.
So, to sum up, only buy this film if you like really cheap, cheesy budget horror. If you want Nazi zombies get Deathwatch, Outpost, Dead Snow or The Keep (if you can find it)

 I wish I could rate negatively.

| | See all darthpickle's reviews (2)

I saw this film, and thought it would be a film inspired by 'call of duty, nazi zombies'.

It is very evident that the people who marketed this film were not the people who made it. The film itself contained hardly any zombies, more were wolves and the theme 'nazi zombies' was never really established.

The film looks like it was produced by GCSE drama students. The film quality is appalling and shakey, the acting is mostly wooden and the plot jumps sporadically in a disjointed and confusing way.

The only 'Horror' of this film is that I paid full price for it.
I would be pushed to watch it if I was paid to.

The people selling this DVD should be forced to watch it themselves.

 Slaying Private Ryan

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Nazi zombie movies have been around for a while now (think back to the likes of Zombie Lake etc) however there have been a recent upsurge in re-animating the WWII bad boys. Films such as Outpost (scary) and Dead Snow (fun) show there is afterlife left in the old jackboots yet. Then there is Zombies Of War - I confess I bought this mainly on the cover art showing a master race of undead stormtroopers en masse. Nothing in the film comes close to this premise. The film itself is utterly mind-blowingly awful. It not only manages to sanitise the entire Second World War but turns Zombie Nazi's (the few that are actually in the film) into clownish rejects from Michael Jackson's Thriller video. There are people out there (like me) who enjoy and seek out bad movies - but I plead with you, avoid. I am now hoping that someone invents a time machine that allows me to get my hour and a half back.

 Dont Buy

| | See all Jack1888's reviews (1)

this is a bad film as the other guy said the only good thing about it is its so bad it becomes funny

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ActorsJon Osbeck, Joe Lorenzo, Daniel Alan Kiely, C.Alec Rossel & David Carroll
Certificate18 years and over
Duration1 hour and 31 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.