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Frankenstein’s Army Has Some Momentum – Trailer Inside

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Frankensteins Army Has Some Momentum   Trailer InsideWhile I love zombies, the whole Nazi-zombie started to become a little stale, that isn’t to say I don’t want anymore it’s just maybe a little break. But, thankfully the director Richard Raaphorst, is on hand to deliver something still within the Nazi world but instead creating Nazi monster’s. This is Frankenstein’s Army.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Momentum Pictures, Alliance Films’ U.K. distribution division has acquired the film for distribution in the U.K.

Raaphorst’s “story is set toward the end of World War II and sees Russian soldiers, pushing into eastern Germany, stumble across a secret Nazi lab, one that has unearthed and begun experimenting with the journal of one Dr. Viktor Frankenstein.

The scientists have used the notorious Frankenstein’s work to assemble an army of supersoldiers stitched together from a combination of the body parts of their fallen comrades, weapons and machinery — a desperate Hitler’s last ghastly ploy to escape defeat.”

Anyway this looks badass and one I cannot wait to see more on. Check out two teaser trailer’s below.

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      1. Sweet 'n' Tender February 11, 2012 at 6:58 am

        The whole Nazi-Zombie thing only becomes stale if it’s not done right… The Outpost…done right. Great actors, realistic premise (if you believe in the paranormal)… all around well made. 
        THen there are movies like Dead Snow… done wrong. They try and make a joke of it all and subsequently ruin the genre. Once comedy is brought into the loop it just kills it. Plus movies like that aren’t funny, at all.