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Horrors of War

  • Rated NR

independent, special interest


Hitler's desperation to win the war at all costs, combined with his obsession with science, the occult, and the paranormal give rise to a type of warfare the world has never seen.

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  • Audience Score
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Top Critic Reviews

Fresh: The film is a pleasantly ambitious smorgasbord of genres.

- Bill Clark, FromTheBalcony, Thursday, June 24, 2010

Fresh: An admirable little indie that earns points for keeping a poker-straight face throughout all the craziness.

- Scott Weinberg, FEARnet, Thursday, June 24, 2010

Audience Reviews

0 star

the only positive thing i can say about this movie is that at least it was in english...well mostly...it was one of those movies that is so bad it keeps you intrigued

- platypusking, Tuesday, May 27, 2008

4 stars

A great little indie horror film, that attempts to mix the styles of World War II Combat flick and some horror elements, namely in the inclusion of Werewolfs. It's World War II and Nazi scientists have found a way create soldiers with superhuman strength and who are impervious too bullets. Now it is up to one platoon to go deep behind enemy lines, find this lab, and find out what the fuck is going on out there. The film does a really good job of balancing the two styles, and there is just enough horror in there to keep it from being a normal WWII film, but the movie also never loses sight of it's setting and period. The performances are pretty well done all around, and while not the goriest film Ive ever seen, the action sequences are quite good. While at times this did remind me of Dog Soldiers, but with a fraction of the budget, this movie did have enough creativity to really make it stand out, in the all too often cookie cutter genre that is horror. Recommended.

- shitfaced8, Sunday, June 26, 2011