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Cast: Bryan Larkin, James “The Colossus” Thompson

Director: Kieran Parker

Genre: Horror/War

Year: 2014

Rating: NR

In the third installment of the hit Nazi Zombie action-horror franchise, OUTPOST III: RISE OF THE SPETSNAZ, we discover the horrifying origins of these supernatural soldiers as they battle the most ruthless and notorious of all military special forces: the Russian Spetsnaz.

Outpost: Rise of the Spetsnaz, is about a group of bunch of Russian soldiers in World War two who attack a convoy of Nazi's. But they are caught and held hostage, the situation gets even worse when they find out that they are going to play a major role in a terrible experiment.

Like stated above this installment is an origin story, it takes you back to where it all began.The origin story is simple, straight forward and told very well. I would say that this is better than the second film but not was good as the first but a lot of that has to do with being an origin story. It does not have a lot of what the first and had simply because the story and the Nazi technology have not gotten there yet.

But that doesn't mean this is not fun, in fact I had a blast watching the film. If you like zombies and war films you are going to love this one. But I do recommend checking out the first two films as well, before watching this if possible.

IN short the film is brutal, gory and lots of fun. The film is a bit slow to start but after around 20 minutes or so the action kicks in and its high octane from there with a very cool kills.

Another thing I really liked about the film was the fact that it is played serious, there are no comedy moments here which makes the film that much better. And lastly the film looks great considering its budget, everything about the production was ace and the actors all did a great job playing their roles.

So if you like zombies I highly recommend checking this and the first two films out. Like I stated before I thought the first film was better but this one rocks as well.

Released by XLrator Media

*** 3/4 Out Of *****