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on 11 April 2013
Some soldiers of fortune are employed to find and secure a specific building located in the wilds of war torn Eastern Europe. Of course they find it and they find the treasures it holds, but at what price, as something appears to be lurking in the shadows...
A late night creeper featuring an unstoppable, Nazi death corps. For a low budget film the acting is very good, for what little they have to do and the sets and effects are very well handled. Sadly it's a little slow paced and fills out the runtime with the odd creepy moment and lots of shouting and daft tough dialogue.
Surprised to see this got given an 18 rating, as there wasn't much splatter on display, instead opting for atmospheric shocks.
Most other reviewers have mentioned similarities between this and Dog Soldiers, Death Watch, The Fog, Event Horizon, The Bunker (and probably Scarecrows, The Supernaturals and Shock Waves to boot, and if they didn't, they should have!). If that is the case I would say don't get your hopes up too high, because this is certainly not as good as most of those listed, although to be fair, its not that far behind, it just doesn't really pull off either a 'by the numbers' blood soaked body count, a traditional ghost story or for that matter a horror tinged, Predator style, action flick!
In my opinion, the makers should've gone all 'Tombs of the Blind Dead' on us viewers, and chucked in a bit more splatter and electric hoodoo nastiness (maybe into the back story), to make it a bit more exciting.
Not great but not terrible by any means either, in fact, slightly better than average for its ilk.
3.25/5 The dvd houses a commentary, deleted scenes, trailer and a load of behind the scenes interviews.