In Nazi Germany at the height of World War II, a ragtag group of American soldiers known as "The Fearless Four" are shipped off to a military prison for a variety of infractions, ranging from mutiny to murder. While they're being transported, Nazis attack the convoy, killing the MPs, but the rebellious American soldiers manage to escape. Travelling deep into rural Germany, the Americans stumble upon an SS experiment camp run by the notorious Doctor Mengele. They soon discover Mengele's diabolical plan to fuse human and animal DNA to create an unstoppable army of Werewolf soldiers. The Fearless Four are now the allied forces' only hope of preventing Hitler's Third Reich gaining the upper hand in the War. It's a fight to the death and only the most brutal and merciless will survive!Written by
North Bank Entertainment
Filmed on location at Caerwent Army training base in Monmouthshire, the Masonic Hall and Llanvithyn Cottage in Cardiff, The Tan Yard in Tongwynlais, No Sign Wine Bar and Parc-Le-Breos in Swansea, and Willow Springs campsite in Glyncorrwg. See more »
This is one of the worst movies of all time, and I use the word 'movie' generously here. And before I continue I would like to point out that I am a huge fan of the Asylum movies so I am no film snob.
I'll only talk about the first 20 mins of the film because if I write any more, I will lose the will to live.
So what happens in the first 20 mins? Absolutely nothing! No, I mean it. Nothing. Sure there are a couple of scenes but there is absolutely no point to them. We get to learn that some prisoners (more later) are going to have drugs tested on them and that's it. 30 seconds of 'important stuff' in 20 mins.
My most enjoyable bit? Overweight concentration camp prisoners. I don't think the makers of the movie studied WWII history.
The makers don't seem to know anything about Jews either since the biggest, fattest prisoner has a huge tattoo on his chest. It is pretty common knowledge that Judaism still frowns on tattoos and 70-odd years ago things would have been much stricter.
Second favourite bit? The actor chosen to play Hitler - the only prerequisite being the ability to put on a moustache as far as I could see. I look more like Hitler and I'm 6 foot, balding, and fat.
I would like to suggest watching it for the comedy value but Sharknado 5 this ain't. It is not even funny bad. It's just bad.
Rather than spend 1 hour and 34 mins watching this 'movie', I would suggest that members of IMDb use the time more wisely. I won't give any suggestions. Literally ANYTHING would be time spent more wisely.
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