Researchers in Antarctica are abducted by a team of masked storm troopers. They are dragged deep underground to a hidden continent in the center of the earth. Here Nazi survivors, their ... See full summary »
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Brandon Gerald Fuller,
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Researchers in Antarctica are abducted by a team of masked storm troopers. They are dragged deep underground to a hidden continent in the center of the earth. Here Nazi survivors, their bodies a horrifying patchwork of decaying and regenerated flesh, are planning for the revival of the Third Reich. Written by
Wilhelm Scream: Heard during the firefight in the opening scene. See more »
The dialogue mentions Josef Mengele's death in the 1970s. The real Mengele did die in 1979, but in the movie, Mengele's been hiding at the center of the Earth since 1945, so he's logically been presumed dead since then and there was absolutely no reason for him to fake his own death 3 decades later. See more »
Man-o-man with a crazy combination of really bad acting, high-quality filmmaking, terrific special effects, a truly weird storyline & laugh-out-loud screaming scenes (here the actors actually make their first & only attempts to act but it's way, way too late for hysteric theatrics by then). After all is said & done this absurd video concoction cannot hold a candle to another trash-flick, the British-made "Strippers vs. Werewolves," where the acting is professional not amateur & the dialogue is Shakespeare compared to the trivialities & clichés dripping from the "Nazis at the Center of the Earth" cast's mouths. But then, "Strippers vs. Werewolves" is another review entirely. Bad movies always make me cry. Who sang that Sue Thompson? Never mind, "Nazis at the Center of the Earth" made me laugh, now & then. It's always refreshing to see a good bad movie.
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