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  • Actors: Richard Coyle, Clive Russell, Michael Byrne
  • Directors: Steve Barker
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Lions Gate Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 27 Aug. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0085MXPF2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 29,308 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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A Nazi-hunter and a scientist fight to stop an evil army sweeping all in its way, in this zombie horror sequel from director Steve Barker. Discovering that NATO forces are facing a seemingly invincible army in Eastern Europe, investigator Lena (Catherine Steadman) sets out to discover if the rise of an army of zombie stormtroopers can be linked to the wartime experiments of notorious Nazi scientist Klausener (David Gant). Linking up with scientist Wallace (Richard Coyle), the pair journey deep into enemy territory, teaming up with a Special Forces unit on a search and destroy mission to prevent the Nazi army from rising once more.

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Next up in my Nazi movie marathon was a film that I've been anticipating the release of on DVD for quite some time now, Outpost II: Black Sun, the sequel to 2008's Outpost.

For me, the title of this sequel revealed quite a lot. "Black Sun" is a direct reference to a mosaic found on the floor of Wewelsburg Castle, a 400 year old fortress in Germany which was used as the HQ of the SS by Heinrich Himmler and was the seat of much occult research for the mysterious Ahnenerbe-SS; an SS division who embarked on searches around the planet for items such as the Holy Grail and the Ark of the Covenant in order to acquire ways to enhance Nazi dominance of the planet. So, 10/10 for reasearch so far!

Getting to the film itself, it is markedly different from its predecessor in a number of ways. Clearly, there has been a greater budget with the sequel (reportedly around £200,000) and this shows with significantly expanded set pieces and extended use of CGI effects. Additionally, the lighting and mood has changed from Outpost. Where the original was dark and claustrophobic, Outpost II is a more action-driven horror with less reliance on atmosphere and fear of the dark, opting for straight up violence instead.

The cast performed admirably with, for me, some real surprises turning up such as busy British actors Clive Russell, Julian Wadham (The English Patient) and a near unrecognisable David Gant (Braveheart, Ghandi). Daniel Caltagirone (Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life) is suitably stoic and square-jawed as the special forces unit commander, Ali Craig and Nick Nevern offer up some sarcasm and streetwise attitude in their respective roles and Gary McDonald (The Shepherd, Until Death) seems to command the viewer's attention any time he speaks or is on screen.
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I loved the first Outpost movie - I found it to be quite tense and had a eerie claustrophobic feel to it, with the undead soldiers remaining dark and mysterious. This movie is kind of the opposite and leans towards being more of a horror action film and for me it just doesn't quite work. There are also a few "Why on earth did they do that?" moments in the film which didn't help, particularly the inclusion of the Nazi hag nurse who just comes across as being ridiculous and out of place.

I'd say it's a worth a watch, but if you've seen the first Outpost you'll probably find it a bit disappointing as a sequel.
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If you enjoyed the first Outpost then you will also like this second film. Outpost 2 continues the story from the end of the first film when you see the second squad of soldiers go to the bunker then be attacked and you find out what happened to them and the rest of the this film expands the story in many ways from the first with a twist at the end.

there is room for a sequel or even a prequel and what both Outpost & Outpost 2 does is, you don't have to have a mega budget to make really good movies.

looking forward to the third that's for sure.
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The original had something that was sort of......original. This is insomnia personified. Save your pennies. Part three is no better.
Much better to watch the original again. Great stuff!
I hope there isn't going to be another one because I will feel compelled to see it, in case it has some of the lost magic of the first one! We live in hope.
It should and could, have been so much better. Just opted for gore as opposed to atmosphere, and it doesn't work.
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By Fonz on 19 Oct. 2013
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This is a good film aimed at the horror genre. If you saw the original this will be slightly disappointing but never the less still good. It deals with the original in that the installation is now running well and extending it's influence. The Nazi's are now able to move wider and teams are going into the zone to try to disable the machine. Into this ventures a Nazi hunter and her friend. The ending is satisfactory leaving part 3 open. As I say, good but not up to the originals quality, but then again so little part 2s are. Still worth a look though and still enjoyable.
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This is a horror flick that will have you sitting on the edge of your seat from the word go. It follows on from Outcast II which is also an awsome film. Involving experiments to create an indistructable German army during the second world war. Watching these two films will make you think that it is possible to create an elite army.
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By PF Cope TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 1 May 2014
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Considering a (relatively) small budget this second episode is pretty well made but lacks the originality of the first movie. The main character, Lena, is well drawn within the script and the story does a reasonable job of following on from the original. In short, an ok sequel although lowering the age rating may have had a detrimental effect on the end product.
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Its not to bad but no way is it as good as the first one,another team is sent in,this time there is an old hag with a evil laugh,trying to inject the team with a serum.Iwas really disappointed after seeing the first one.
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