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In war-torn Eastern Europe, a world-weary group of mercenaries discover a long-hidden secret in an abandoned WWII bunker.

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DC
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Hunt
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Prior
Paul Blair ...
Jordan
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Taktarov
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Cotter
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Voyteche
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McKay
Johnny Meres ...
The Breather
Xuki Robeli ...
Newsreader
Mark Smith ...
Nazi Soldier #1
Graeme Temple ...
Nazi Soldier #3
Charlie Jeffrey ...
Nazi Soldier #2
Fergus Johnston ...
Special Forces Soldier
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Rescue Soldier
Leo Horsfield ...
Nazi Zombie (uncredited)
Scott Peden ...
Nazi Sergeant Major (uncredited)

Directed by

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Steve Barker

Written by

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Rae Brunton ... (screenplay)
 
Kieran Parker ... (story) &
Steve Barker ... (story) &
Rae Brunton ... (story)

Produced by

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Graham Begg ... executive producer
Jamie Carmichael ... executive producer
Arabella Page Croft ... producer
Kieran Parker ... producer
Suzanne Reid ... line producer
Nigel Thomas ... executive producer
Charlotte Walls ... associate producer

Music by

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James Seymour Brett ... (as James Brett)

Cinematography by

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Gavin Struthers

Film Editing by

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Chris Gill
Alastair Reid

Editorial Department

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Alec Gibson ... grader
Steve Harrow ... post-production consultant

Casting By

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Kate Plantin

Production Design by

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Max Berman
Gordon Rogers

Art Direction by

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Andy Drummond

Costume Design by

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Alison Mitchell ... (as Ali Mitchell)

Makeup Department

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Jessica Cruickshank ... make-up trainee
Maxine Dallas ... makeup artist
Niamh Morrison ... makeup designer
Barney Nikolic ... prosthetic makeup artist

Production Management

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Pamela Nelson ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Harry Boyd ... assistant director
Alison Goring ... second assistant director
David McKinnon ... third assistant director

Art Department

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Philip Barratt ... art department assistant
Stuart Bryce ... production buyer
Wendy Cairns ... painter
Amanda Currie ... stand-by art director
Claire Fleming ... art department assistant
Rebecca L.A. Hamilton ... scenic artist (as Rebecca Hamilton)
Paul Lambie ... stand-by props
Paul McNamara ... property master
Jordan R.A. Mills ... props (as Jordan Mills)
Ken Petrie ... painter
Rod Petrie ... painter
Lynsey Sinnamon ... head scenic artist

Sound Department

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Kelly-Marie Angell ... foley editor
Julie Ankerson ... foley artist
Jeremy Child ... sound effects editor
Howard Eaves ... sound effects editor
John Fewell ... foley artist
Gordon Forbes ... sound trainee
Linsey Hamilton ... sound trainee
Alastair Mason ... sound recordist
Graham McCormick ... boom operator
Paul McFadden ... sound effects editor
Adam Mendez ... adr recordist
James Ridgway ... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Ellie Russell ... supervising sound editor
Richard Straker ... re-recording mixer

Special Effects by

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Mike H.G. Bates ... prosthetic makeup artist: Hybrid Enterprises / special makeup effects supervisor: Hybrid Enterprises
Suzanne Bates ... special effects makeup: Hybrid Enterprises
Rick Jotle ... special effects: equipment
Mike Kelt ... special effects supervisor
Mark Kilburn ... special effects makeup: Hybrid Enterprises
Ken Petrie ... special effects trainee
Mike Stringer ... prosthetics designer: Hybrid Enterprises
Dawn Whitehead-Binns ... sculptor: Hybrid Enterprises

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Pavan Balagam ... visual effects (as Pavan Kumar)
James Ballard ... di producer
William Carley ... digital effects artist: The Difference Facility
Geoffrey R. Case ... senior colourist
Valentina Catena ... digital intermediate operator
Noemie Cruciani ... junior compositor
Christopher Eades ... executive producer: The Difference Facility
Alexis Haggar ... visual effects supervisor: The Difference Facility
Jeremy Hardin ... visual effects supervisor: animated sequence, Open Book
Myfanwy Harris ... digital effects artist
Fernando Martins ... vfx artist: animated sequence, Open Book
Oliver Minchin ... digital effects artist: The Difference Facility
Matthew Redding ... digital effects artist: The Difference Facility
Thomas Urbye ... visual effects producer: The Look
Paul J. Wright ... scanning and recording manager

Stunts

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James Fleming ... fight arranger

Camera and Electrical Department

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Paul Bates ... rigging gaffer
Theo Berman ... daily camera trainee
Phil Brookes ... gaffer
Tim Critchell ... grip
Neil Davidson ... still photographer
Dave Fowler ... rigging electrician
John Harper ... first assistant camera
Iain Harrison ... rigger
James Harrison ... camera: trainee
Derrick Peters ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Scott Rodgers ... second assistant camera
Richard Stoddard ... Steadicam operator / camera operator: "a" camera

Animation Department

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Andrew Johnston-Gray ... cg modeler
Nuno Conceicao ... modeler
Luis Lopes ... modeler
Sam McCarthy ... animation producer
Laura Seymour ... animation director

Casting Department

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Stuart Elliott ... casting: Scotland

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Harriet Edmonds ... costume assistant
Orsolya Sallai ... costume trainee
Michael Weldon ... costume supervisor

Location Management

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Ed Smith ... location manager

Music Department

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James Seymour Brett ... conductor
Andy Brown ... music contractor
Andrew Dudman ... score recording engineer
Adam Langston ... orchestrator
The London Metropolitan Orchestra ... music performed by
Steve Mair ... musician: double bass
David Walter ... music editor

Transportation Department

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Pete Murphy ... driver: camera truck (as Peter Murphy)

Other crew

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Duncan Broadfoot ... floor runner
Neil Cairns ... production accountant
Stephen Carney ... runner
Matt Curtis ... title designer
Paul Dray ... laboratory contact
Jim Elliott ... armorer
Jo Fairweather ... production assistant: office
Glynn Henderson ... safety consultant
Claire Hewitt ... script supervisor
Paul Imrie ... accounts trainee
Julia Jones ... unit publicist
Alexandra Keen ... head of legal and business affairs for Contentfilm
Michael Klesic ... voice
Amy Munro ... production secretary
Beatrice Neumann ... production executive
Velibor Topic ... voice
Yana Yanezic ... voice
Paul Zieleniec ... assistant accountant

Thanks

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Rachel Baker ... the producers would like to thank
Kate Barker ... the producers would like to thank
Ken Barker ... the producers would like to thank
Sandra Barker ... the producers would like to thank
Michael Byrne ... the producers would like to thank
Douglas William Castle ... the producers would like to thank
Adam Coles ... the producers would like to thank
Mark Geddes ... the producers would like to thank
Marcus Harben ... the producers would like to thank
John Hooper ... the producers would like to thank
Victoria Lennon ... the producers would like to thank
Kevin Parker ... the producers would like to thank
Domenic Pontone ... the producers would like to thank
Simon Ragoonanan ... the producers would like to thank
Jenny Williams ... the producers would like to thank
Frank Wu ... the producers would like to thank

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In a seedy bar in a town ravaged by war, mysterious businessman Hunt hires ex-marine D.C. to assemble a crack team of ex-soldiers to protect him on a dangerous journey into no-man's land. To this gang of hardened warriors, battle-worn veterans and borderline criminals killing is just a job - and one they enjoy. Their mission - to scope out an old military bunker. It should be easy - 48 hours at the most. Lots of cash for little risk, or so he says. Once at the outpost, the men make a horrific discovery that turns their mission on its head - the scene of a bloody and gruesome series of experiments, carried out by the Nazis on their own soldiers during WWII. Amid the carnage, they find something even more disturbing - someone who's still alive. As war rages above ground, and a mysterious enemy emerges from the darkness below, D.C. and his men find themselves trapped in a claustrophobic and terrifying scenario. Their mission is no longer one of safe-guarding - it's one of survival. Together they must discover why Hunt has brought them to the outpost - and what it is that's killing them off, one by one. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines You can't kill what's already dead See more »
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Also Known As
  • Zombie Soldier Outpost (Japan, English title)
  • Outpost - Zum Kämpfen geboren (Germany)
  • El búnker (Spain)
  • To fylakio (Greece)
  • Avanpostul (Romania)
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Runtime
  • 90 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia When DC pulls out the pistol from its holder in the generator chamber, its sound is identical to Return to Castle Wolfenstein (2001) when the player swaps weapons. Similarly, when the soldiers emerge from the truck, the slamming noise is the same as in RTCW when the player attempts to open a locked wooden door. See more »
Goofs Hunt claims that when Einstein "saw the atomic bomb tests at Trinity, he abandoned the research" on the Unified Field Theory and burned his notes. Firstly, there was only ever one single Trinity test, world's first atomic test in 1945. The operation was not named after the location but the other way round: 'Trinity Site', on what is today White Sands Missile Range, was only afterwards so named because of that test. Einstein was not among the Trinity observers, nor did he stop his work on the Unified Field Theory. The first time Einstein even published anything about it was in a 1950 article in 'Scientific American' titled "On the Generalized Theory of Gravitation". See more »
Movie Connections Followed by Outpost: Black Sun (2012). See more »
Soundtracks Symphony No. 9, 'Choral' - Molto Vivace See more »
Quotes Prior: Someone want to tell me what the fuck he's talking about?
McKay: He thinks we're being stalked by dead Nazis.
Jordan: Ghosts?
McKay: I didn't get shot by some fucking spectral entity, here. These things are solid.
Hunt: But the one that killed Cotter vanished right in front of us.
McKay: So why don't they swoop down here like God's own wrath and take us out right here and now, then, eh?
Hunt: I don't know. Maybe God's not in on this miracle.
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