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Outpost III: Rise of the Spetsnaz [DVD]
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1944 - Deep behind the German Eastern Front. After a successful raid on a Nazi convoy, Sergeant Dolokhov and his Russian Commandos uncover shocking research that could change the tide of the war, but before they can get to safety, they are captured by the Nazi s. Inside the Nazi facility the Russians discover that the crazed Colonel Strasser is developing an invincible fighting force: an unstoppable army of undead Nazi soldiers. The two Russian warriors must battle their way through a horde of aborted experiments to escape the brutal facility -before the Nazis can perfect their research and unleash their zombie army across Europe.
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This import Blu-ray version is uncut, it is the black edition and comes in a cool looking black Blu-ray case, it says the running time is 107 minutes but that includes the interviews, the running time of this film from start to end is 87 minutes making it officially still 3 minutes longer than the UK 84 minute DVD version. The picture quality is very good on the Blu-ray and is certainly the best version to get for your money, there is also around 20 minutes of interviews which are interesting and explain a lot of detail about the movie and are in English, the movie is region B and plays in full English!
Outpost 3 was an action film which loosely connected to Outpost 1&2 with the underground scenes having some familiarity.
It did not show the creation of the indestructible uber soldiers in the East European bunker but was a WWII capture and escape film with mutant fighters.
Outpost 3 was fun to watch but did not match the brutal impact and conclusions of 1&2
The outdoor action was strong and consistent but was missing the original bunker entrance location of 1&2 to make a connection between all of the films.
The end of this film, spoiler avoided, was nonsense because with the evidence taken why did it appear that nothing was done about the bunker until the present day bar scene at the end?
This is an excellent film but cannot be described as part of the Outpost story.
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