Enter Stalag 69, where torture is just the Beginning for this bloody band of Nazi Butchers! Germany, 1945. Stalag 69, a POW camp ruled by the sadistic SS commandant Helmet Schultz, is ...
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Enter Stalag 69, where torture is just the Beginning for this bloody band of Nazi Butchers! Germany, 1945. Stalag 69, a POW camp ruled by the sadistic SS commandant Helmet Schultz, is nothing but a blood-soaked playground for this perverse Nazi monster who uses his American, Russian, and British prisoners in cruel and ghastly biochemical weapons experiments. When a group of young, wanton USO girls are captured and fall into the hands of Schultz and his battalion of butchers, the brutality is turned up and the unsuspecting girls are gored, gouged and ground up - all for the pleasure of Schultz and his SS brothers and sisters. Now it's up to the rag-tag survivors of the camp to strike back against their captors and Escape from Stalag 69, alive or on a slab! Written by
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One night while I was sleeping, you had your men storm into the bunker and drag me out to your laboratory. You decided to experiment on my crotch. The acid shrunk my balls to nothing. When I went home to my wife we had to make love like lesbians. You have any idea what it's like to make love to a lesbian? You might as well be rubbing your crotch against a bed post.
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Unwatchable. In a special features interview with director Keith Crocker, it is revealed that the budget for his film was $10,000, and it shows. With poor production values, long painfully boring dialog, delivered by actor talent equal to the film's budget, the film's 135 minute run time is difficult if not impossible to sit through. The few minutes of "sexploitation" and gore that occur in the film, even the decent performance by Tatyana Kot, cannot save this film. The only entertainment value was the interviews on the special features. The director compares his work with Stalag 17, others talk of the films authenticity as a period film and even of the uniforms. The director and screenwriters really believe the are producing a serious piece of work about POW camps in Nazi Germany, unfortunately the comic irony revealed in the special features cannot be enjoyed without sitting through 135 minutes of very poor film making.
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