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During a drug raid, a narcotics officer confronts a strange Voodoo priest named Dr. Death, who is chanting. The officer and the priest shoot it out and they both wind up dead. Later, the ... See full summary »
Christina M. Bookwalter
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David A. Prior
As the Battle of the Bulge rages on, an American tank unit gets trapped behind Nazi lines. With just hours before the bombs of Operation Ardennes Fury fall, the tank's commander makes the risky decision to rescue an orphanage.
Joseph J. Lawson
From the low quality camera work, hammy acting, ridiculous props, awful script, ludicrously bad effects, and stupid plot, you might think, "Man, this is a terrible movie." But no, what makes this movie so bad is much, much more than this. What really makes this movie so unbearable is the fact the film makers know that they suck, and revel in it. They make a mockery of the war movie genre, the zombie genre (both of which I am a huge fan of), and a mockery of amateur film makers. The only bright spots of the movie are the end, and some of the lines in the script that actually show the makers put some effort into writing the movie. However, even these well-written parts are lost on the actors, and in the end get delivered with the same derisive, poorly-timed, poorly-emoted effort as the rest of the film. All in all, a thoroughly terrible movie.
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