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Old 19th March 2014, 04:43 PM
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Exclamation Outpost III: Rise of the Spetsnaz (2013) - Official Announcement

Outpost III: Rise of the Spetsnaz

“Sensationally gory”
David Edwards, Daily Mirror

The mutated return of the hit Nazi horror franchise, ‘Outpost III: Rise of the Spetsnaz’ is the most violent and gut-spilling installment yet! From teeth-shattering scares to relentless blood-spewing combat, this is the terrifying new hybrid of horror warfare.

Key talent:

Kieran Parker, Director (Outpost)

Iván Kamarás (Hellboy II: The Golden Army)

Velibor Topic (The Counselor; Robin Hood)

Michael McKell (Emmerdale)

Alex Utgoff (The Seasoning House)


Sergeant Dolokhov leads his team of fearless Russian Spetsnaz through the Eastern Front of Europe. After a ferocious raid on a Nazi convoy, Dolokhov unearths details of the shocking research being taken out by the Nazis that could have a serious impact on the outcome of World War II.

Before they’re able to report on this vital discovery, the Spetsnaz are savagely captured by the Nazis and detained at a nearby underground facility. It’s revealed that the Nazis are scientifically developing an invincible army of undead soldiers to unleash upon the unsuspecting Allies.

If Dolokhov and his squad are to survive this ordeal, and subsequently the war, they must fight their way through a series of gladiatorial battles with the experimental undead to escape the brutal facility before the Nazis can perfect their research and send their zombie army across Europe.

We like it because:

We’ve never come across a Nazi horror film quite like this before! ‘Outpost III: Rise of the Spetsnaz’ extracts the blood-curdling suspense of its predecessors and modifies it with the brutal bare-knuckle combat of ‘Fight Club’ to give birth to a new generation of zombie horror shocker that had us cowering behind our hands the one minute and then frantically cheering on the soldiers into battle the next! It’s quite simply the new hybrid of zombie horror that needs to be experienced!

Hot Quotes:

“Sensationally gory” David Edwards, Daily Mirror

“The goriest and most violent fight fest ever” Film4 FrightFest

“A mass of blood, guts, guns & gore!” 4* Scream Magazine

“One of the best zombie films in recent memory” Starburst

“Zombie movie of the year” Horror Channel

Special Features:

The Making of Outpost III: Rise of the Spetsnaz


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