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Der goldene Nazivampir von Absam 2 - Das Geheimnis von Schloß Kottlitz (2008)

If things were up to General Donovan, then the Military Secret Service of the United States would take care of really important things, of which there are plenty in this Autumn of 1942. Let... See full summary »

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Götz Burger ...
Hendrik Martz ...
Smokey Savallas
Walter Stapper ...
General Donovan
Kim Bärmann ...
Brick Bradford
Oliver Kalkofe ...
Adjudant von General Donovan
Guido Meyer ...
SS-Hauptsturmführer
Ferdinand Dörfler ...
SS-Scharführer
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Andreas Bendig ...
SS-Wache
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SS-Wache
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SS-Wissenschaftler
Peter Heinrich ...
SS-Wissenschaftler
Alexander Kometer ...
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Kerem Dagistan ...
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If things were up to General Donovan, then the Military Secret Service of the United States would take care of really important things, of which there are plenty in this Autumn of 1942. Let the Waffen-SS search for Atlantis and dance around Germanic Druid Stones - who believes in the occult of "Wunderwaffen" or "miracle weapons" anyway? At least no straightforward American patriot, only pathetic wimps like William Blazkowicz, the only person at the OSS who wears glasses. But then ... can you dare risk to ignore explicit warnings? Secretly shot films? Evidence? What is really happening in Kottlitz Castle? Who killed Smokey Savallas? What kind of research is the "Ahnenerbe der SS" involved in? Who stole Count Dracula's bones from a crypt in Wallachia? And where's the connection between a fanatic SS General, underground laboratories full of German scientists, and a huge pit filled with molten gold? Questions, questions ... and of all people William Blazkowicz is being smuggled into the ... Written by Martin Blankemeyer

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24 April 2008 (Germany)  »

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Iron Nazi Vampir  »

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When applying for filming permits at public locations the director only used the movie's subtitle "The Secret of Kottlitz Castle" for fear of being refused (a Nazi trash comedy likely being too controversial). See more »

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A golden Nazi vampire?
17 June 2015 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

This 45-minute movie written and directed by Lasse Nolte is obviously a parody and extremely over the top. But sadly, it rarely manages to be funny or entertaining. It was made 7 years ago and the only moment that put a smile on my lips was when I saw Oliver Kalkofe in one scene. Sadly, it really is a nothing role and he cannot really improve this film. The rest of the cast is pretty much completely unknown. Making a good parody or mockumentary is also an art and I am sorry to say the filmmaker here did not achieve it. It's pretty much style over substance and I cannot say I am surprised that Nolte has not really worked in the years since this was made. If he ever makes a film again, I hope he will have improved his craft. As for this one here, not recommended. Oh and don't be confused by the 2 in the title. This is not a sequel, just a little more playfulness by the filmmakers.


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