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As a big fan of the first film I was looking forward to seeing black sun .The budget seemed slightly bigger than the first but sadly had removed the very things that made the first film great.If you've seen the first film , then you will know that the Nazi super soldier zombies could teleport using unified field physics which was used to make them into super soldiers of doom.All they seemed to do in this film was walk! Secondly being super zombie soldiers they used to move silently in the first film.In this one they make cliché zombie noises for no reason what so ever.The thing that really irritated me about this film the most was the zombie hag witch!she was'nt in the first film (thank god)There was no explanation as to who,why or what her purpose was.In this film all she did was hobble around the bunkers tunnels laughing in the style of a pantomime witch escorted by two zombie soldiers. When I first started watching the film it started off great with a bit of a back story to the bunkers creation but then degenerated into a yawn fest.I don't know why they had a stupid hag woman zombie in it? I have no clue why they made the super soldiers into average soldiers that made daft noises giving away their location all the time.Since they did'nt teleport anymore ,they should've given the zombie soldiers little pink bikes with bells on so they could get around quick .Even though the first film did'nt make me jump , it did have a few moments that demonstrated how sadistic the soldiers could be , this also seemed missing in black sun. I liked the first film that much I actually bought it to add to my collection, the second one I won't be buying .
p.s. The acting in the film was good (apart from the cliché zombies)and if the director had kept the very things that made ouptost great this movie would've also been great.I hope if they make a 3rd film they re watch number one and realise they removed the things that made Outpost unique.
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