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Angry Nazi Zombies (2012)

Battlefield Death Tales (original title)
3 interlocking stories from the dark days of World War 2. A soldier on a suicide mission. A troubled family with a monster in their bomb shelter. A supernatural investigator on her most dangerous assignment yet.
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David Wayman ... George (segment "Medal of Horror")
Paul Kelleher ... The Major (segment "Medal of Horror")
Tina Barnes ... Jezebel (segment "Medal of Horror")
Sam Smith Sam Smith ... The Red Baron / Nazibot / Nazi (segment "Medal of Horror")
Thom Jones Thom Jones ... Kamikaze / Bar Room Soldier / Machine Gun Death Soldier / Bunker Dead Soldier (segment "Medal of Horror")
Jeanie Wishes Jeanie Wishes ... Daisy (segment "Medal of Horror")
Natalie Milner Natalie Milner ... Nurse Raven (segment "Medal of Horror")
Richard Kirkman Richard Kirkman ... Disgruntled Barman (segment "Medal of Horror")
Roy Mobsby Roy Mobsby ... Battlefield Soldier (segment "Medal of Horror")
Mark Cutler Mark Cutler ... Battlefield Soldier (segment "Medal of Horror")
Martin J. Fielden Martin J. Fielden ... Battlefield Soldier / Look-Out Soldier (segment "Medal of Horror")
Mark Tilsed Mark Tilsed ... Battlefield Soldier (segment "Medal of Horror")
Doug Moodie Doug Moodie ... Battlefield Soldier (segment "Medal of Horror")
Steve Coles Steve Coles ... Wounded Soldier / Zombie Soldier (segment "Medal of Horror")
Sam Dacombe Sam Dacombe ... Headshot Soldier (segment "Medal of Horror")
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3 interlocking stories from the dark days of World War 2. A soldier on a suicide mission. A troubled family with a monster in their bomb shelter. A supernatural investigator on her most dangerous assignment yet.

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Horror | War

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This movie has been marketed on DVD with the following different titles, "Battlefield Death Tales", "Angry Nazi Zombies", "Nazi Zombies Death Tales", "Zombis Nazis", "Nazi Zombies : Attack Of The √úberkrieger", and "Nazi Zombie Battleground". See more »

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The Female SS Officers uniform is shown the be the Pre-1939 Black SS Uniform. These were discontinued at the start of the war. SS Uniforms were changed to the same colors used by the Wehrmacht. The only black uniforms were worn by the SS and Wehrmacht Panzer (Tank) crews. The Female SS Officers black Uniform also has a Deaths Head patch on the left side and it should be on the right side. Also this patch was only worn by SS Officers that served in Concentration camp duty. She also has a Luftwaffe patch on her left arm and this would never be worn on an SS officers uniform. She also has no rank patch that should be on the left collar. Also female SS members did not wear the same uniforms as the male SS Officers. They also only served in a secondary positions, mostly as guards in the women's section of the Concentration camps and were not permitted to give orders to male SS Officers of lower or equal rank. See more »

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Follows Bordello Death Tales (2009) See more »

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Having problems falling asleep, well, not for long...
24 June 2013 | by paul_haakonsenSee all my reviews

Well, well, what to say about "Battlefield Death Tales" (aka "Nazi Zombie Death Tales"), except that it was quite extraordinary - although, not in a particularly good way.

The movie is divided into three segments, much like movies such as "Creep Show" (for us somewhat older movie watchers). These three tales are individual stories told, and deal with very different topics, even having three different directors to them.

The first segment is titled "Medal of Horror" and is directed by James Eaves. This is actually the best of all three stories, zombie-wise that is. Although it wasn't particularly great to begin with. Without going too much into detail, then expect to meet a zombiefied Red Baron here, and a zombiefied Kamikaze pilot. Aside from the obvious mistakes as to why these zombies were there, look for the hilarious scale-model plane used as the Red Baron's crashed airplane - it was just outrageous.

"Harriet's War" is the name of the second installment to the trilogy, and this is directed by Alan Ronald. This segment is without a doubt the best directed and the one with the best (and professional) production to it. Although the segment suffers from a really bad plot, then it does manage to elevate itself from the other two simply because it is the one that managed to stand out as the most well-thought-through and carefully planned segment.

The third and final segment is titled "Devils of the Blitz", and is nothing short of a horrible swing and a miss. It is directed by Pat Higgins, and it contains demonic creatures during World War II; horribly fake plastic prosthetics of demonic creatures that is. Not only does the story deviate so much from the previous two stories that it is painful to watch, then the story is just downright ridiculous.

I will say that the people they had cast for all three segments were doing good enough jobs with their given roles. And I assume it is an uphill fight to work with inadequate scripts and dialogue.

"Nazi Zombie Death Tales", as the DVD is titled when purchased from Amazon, was a really disappointing experience. I had expected it to be somewhat more of a spoof or comedy given the DVD cover. But it was obviously meant to be horror - which it wasn't, trust me.

Hand on heart, then I can't come up with a single reason for recommending this movie (or any of the segments) to anyone, because there was just nothing outstanding here, and in overall it wasn't really particularly entertaining or enjoyable.


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13 August 2012 (UK) See more »

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