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During World War II, a small German squadron was assigned the task of carrying a shipment of Nazi gold across the African desert. Along the way, the squadron was ambushed by the Allies, and only one American soldier, Robert, survived. Years later, Robert tells his story to a German treasure hunter named Kurt, who promptly murders him. Robert's son, upon learning of his father's death, vows to travel to Africa and find the lost gold himself. While the desert is hazardous enough by itself, the dangers lurking around this oasis are more than any of the treasure hunters ever imagined. Written by
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Jess Franco and low budget eighties zombies. It will be a match made in either heaven or hell, depending on how you look at it - but I'm more inclined to go with the latter. I do consider myself a fan of Jess Franco, but he has an annoying habit of making amazingly terrible movies, and even at the best of times; trashy eighties zombie movies aren't very good. Oasis of the Zombies somehow manages to be below average even considering the type of film - this sort of thing should be fun at least, but this film succeeded only in boring me stupid for the majority of its duration. The plot has something to do with a bunch of Nazi's that were protecting some treasure out in the desert. This certainly isn't the worst basic plot for a zombie movie; but the bad acting and even worse script ensure that the film will have most viewers tearing out their hair by the end of it. The production values actually aren't bad considering the type of film - but this does absolutely nothing to save what can only be described as an out and out failure. As you can probably guess, this film doesn't come recommended
even when talking about eighties zombie trash, this is of low
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