A group of mercenaries are hired by a mysterious businessman to protect him as he goes to check out an abandoned Nazi bunker in Eastern-Europe. When they arrive, they find a bunch of dead people laying on the ground of one of the rooms inside but one man seems to have survived although he doesn’t talk at all. As time passes by, it becomes clear that the bunker was used by the Nazis for experiments to make an unstoppable army. Unfortunately the experiments went wrong but the mercenaries soon find out that the ghost from the past are still present…
Sound and Vision:
The image is hard and grainy but this looks to have been done intentionally as we’ve seen in other movies located in Eastern-Europe before, something that’s supposed to make things look tougher. The amount of detail is ok and compression errors are hardly a problem.
The sound is pretty good with lots of use of the surround speakers and subwoofer for the action scenes as well as some subtle effects.
Alternative Scenes, a making of and some interview fragments. Nothing really special
Outpost is a low-budget horror film with supernatural killer zombie nazis. As such – as you can imagine – you have to set your expectations right. Those that don’t like horror, gore or supernatural stuff should stay far away from this film but lover of the genre will most definitely appreciate this one. The plot twists may be predictable, the acting not so great and the special effects a bit cheap, but the storyline as such is pretty interesting to follow and the fact that everything is set up already so that a sequel can easily be created makes it more fun
I for one enjoyed watching Outpost and although I can imagine a lot of people finding it total crap I still recommend it to cult lovers.