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  • Actors: Jon Osbeck, Joe Lorenzo, Daniel Alan Kiely, C. Alec Rossel, Brandy Seymour
  • Directors: Peter John Ross, John Whitney
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Maverick Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: November 6, 2007
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000UTOKKM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #281,485 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Horrors of War" on IMDb

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Hitler's dsperation to win World War II at all cost, combined with his obsession with science and teh paranormal give rise to a deadly type of warfare. Hitler unleashes his secret weapons - unstoppable Nazi super-soldiers onto the advancing Allied army. A

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...nothing says Wicked Awesome better than paring a WWII movie and Nazi Zombies - Kevin Smith s MoviePoopShoot.com --Kevin Smith

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For what it is, it's not a bad little movie at all. ** ½
Robert Beveridge
The story itself was derivative and boring, though the premise has possibility that might have made a decent film under a different director and crew.
Gabriel V. Delsaz
I was given this by a friend who claimed its hands down the worst zombie movie ever.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Boris Lugosi on November 11, 2007
Format: DVD
Don't be fooled by the other reviews of this film posted here. This movie is just plain TERRIBLE! Super boring. Stupid script. Lot's of terrible stuff in this one. The very sparcely used CG war effects are decent but you can see better on the History channel for free. The dvd cover art is very misleading as well. This is a VERY small story, not the horror epic the cover art conveys. AVOID!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 13, 2010
Format: DVD
I was given this by a friend who claimed its hands down the worst zombie movie ever. As a die hard zombie movie zealot I just had to see it for myself. I have to be honest, if you walk into this movie expecting it to be the worst movie you've ever seen its actually not all that bad.

The cover is totally misleading, and what was the point of the werewolf? (trust me this is NOT a spoiler, the werewolf is plays no valuable roll in the story) I'm also really shocked that a brand new copy of the movie shipped in a DVD case from blockbuster (truly indicative of just how low budget this film was).

I'm going to give it two stars, watch the DVD once and re-purpose the disk as bike reflector. This review is somewhat biased because I didn't pay a dime to see this movie, and because obscure zombie movies are right up my alley. If your not a zombie movie fanatic you should probably just pass up this title.

If your really on a quest for the worst zombie movie ever check out "Let Sleeping Corpses Lie" Circa 1974 directed by Jorge Grau.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Joe Blow on November 15, 2007
Format: DVD
I rented this and feel like a sucker. I can't imagine someone actually buying this. Avoid the good reviews as they were no doubt created by anyone of the people listed in the "credits" of this movie. One can at least find some unintentional comedy in poor "B" movies, but that's not even there. The story is flat and boring all the way through.

About the only thing they did invest in with this movie was artwork for the DVD cover. Don't be fooled.
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I've read all the reviews before I watched this film. I expected to turn it off within the 1st 30 minutes. I didn't. I expected a low budget, B moving going in. I SUSPECT that the few VERY BAD reviews were either by people that had an ax to grind with the producers/directors, or simply shouldn't bother to watch B movies at all.

Compared to most B zombie movies, this one was better than most!!! Sure, you can find things wrong with any B movie. And this one is no exception. I watch any film for the entertainment value, which comes from various aspects of the film. One is, I review the work of new Indie producers and directors. For a 1st time effort, these people did quite well. I've seen many reviewers state how bad Titanic was, one of the highest grossing movies in history, Personally I liked it.

Reviewer's here remarked on the bad acting. I thought most of the acting was rather good, and I'm usually the 1st to remark on bad acting in any movie. The DP did a fairly good job. If you're going to knock his work, please give some specifics. It wasn't perfect, but as good as any I've seen in a B movie. I thought the opening credit into was rather well done.

There were several inconsistencies and weaknesses in the storyline. A script consultant, and an experienced director could have reviewed and polished this work considerably before production. In the beginning, the colors were too vivid, almost looking like video. The uniforms looked new, starched, and ironed. But, this changed later in the film, giving a decent balanced film look.

I feel the major weakness in the storyline was adding the werewolf. It wasn't well done, and really too little attention was given to the development or metamorphosis developing the creature.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Robert Beveridge HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on December 6, 2008
Format: DVD
Horrors of War (Peter John Ross and John Whitney, 2006)

As strange as it may seen, the Nazi Zombie subgenre of horror movies has been around since World War II. Aside from a brief surge of popularity in the late seventies, there haven't been a great many Nazi zombie flicks, but even so, there are certain conventions that all of them save the very first few have honored. I'm not sure whether Ross and Whitney were aware of these when they made Horrors of War, because none of them are here. That alone makes this worth checking out; where most other Nazi zombie movies are generally predictable (though I rush to add this makes them no less fun to watch, in the main), there's a lot about Horrors of War that doesn't fit the mold, and that's always a good thing. On the other hand, this is very much a microbudget film, and it shows in many respects.

Plot: Towards the end of World War II, when things are starting to look bad for the Axis, the Third Reich stumble upon a new weapon--undead soldiers, impervious to pain, able to shrug off bullets. By coincidence (or perhaps not, only OSS knows for sure), Lt. John Schmidt (Jon Osbeck of the upcoming Eternal) finds himself facing these beasts on mission after mission. Finally, OSS sends him, along with a small, hand-picked team, behind enemy lines to find the source of the beasts and destroy it--for Schmidt has a secret weapon of his own...

I've seen a number of people complain about the pace of the movie, which is glacial for the first half. I have no problem with that sort of thing as long as it involves getting to know the characters, which it does, and actually giving us characters that aren't cardboard cutouts, which it also does. Score two for the good guys.
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