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You ever wake up in the morning and find yourself in a strangely unique mood where you’re craving some werewolf based carnage, yet you can’t help but notice all around you, there’s an incredibly ferocious political climate that makes it impossible to ignore the ongoing developments of madness around you every day? Does seeing actual Nazis marching in protests lines on the streets fill you with a beastlike, lynchanthropean rage, where you want to rend, tear and rip into Nazi flesh? Well, sadly there are no werewolf heroes these days, only werewolf villains, and when it comes to villains there’s no worse candidate to become infected with the wolf’s bane than a Nazi. In fact, it’s often been speculated by wise men and sages time immemorial that a werewolf Nazi regime would be the single greatest threat to modern civilization aside from actual Nazis themselves! Add werewolves in the mix and there’s no turning back there.

But I digress, as catharsis is an important thing, and when it comes to finding an appropriate outlet to sate your newfound bloodlust for lycanthropic Nazi death, then I’ve luckily found something that could help you greatly! Or send you spiraling further and further into an obsessive werewolf and nazi hating haze, creating improvised silver based explosives and weaponry. Either or.

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.

That sounds like a Nazi werewolf movie for the ages. I’ve often thought that the genre was dead, but leave it up to werewolves and Nazis to always keep making a comeback! Check out the full trailer and see if it tickles your Nazi werewolf pickle.

Well, it certainly has some good intentions, though it’s hard to tell if director Andrew Jones is someone who knows what they’re doing or is just following in the old Corman tradition of knocking ‘em out no matter what. Considering he’s behind a bunch of films with interesting titles including Valley of the WitchTheatre of FearThe Amityville AsylumThe Curse of Robert the Doll, and Poltergeist Activity, I’m thinking he might be a Roger Corman kind of guy.

You can decide for yourself when Werewolves Of The Third Reich is released on December 5th.


Images: North Bank Entertainment

Source: Dread Central

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Werewolves, Nazis And B-Movies, Oh My!

Because sometimes it's not enough to just kill a werewolf, OR a nazi. Get you a man who can kill both!

By Adam Popovich | 12/3/2017 12:00 PM PT

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You ever wake up in the morning and find yourself in a strangely unique mood where you’re craving some werewolf based carnage, yet you can’t help but notice all around you, there’s an incredibly ferocious political climate that makes it impossible to ignore the ongoing developments of madness around you every day? Does seeing actual Nazis marching in protests lines on the streets fill you with a beastlike, lynchanthropean rage, where you want to rend, tear and rip into Nazi flesh? Well, sadly there are no werewolf heroes these days, only werewolf villains, and when it comes to villains there’s no worse candidate to become infected with the wolf’s bane than a Nazi. In fact, it’s often been speculated by wise men and sages time immemorial that a werewolf Nazi regime would be the single greatest threat to modern civilization aside from actual Nazis themselves! Add werewolves in the mix and there’s no turning back there.

But I digress, as catharsis is an important thing, and when it comes to finding an appropriate outlet to sate your newfound bloodlust for lycanthropic Nazi death, then I’ve luckily found something that could help you greatly! Or send you spiraling further and further into an obsessive werewolf and nazi hating haze, creating improvised silver based explosives and weaponry. Either or.

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.

That sounds like a Nazi werewolf movie for the ages. I’ve often thought that the genre was dead, but leave it up to werewolves and Nazis to always keep making a comeback! Check out the full trailer and see if it tickles your Nazi werewolf pickle.

Well, it certainly has some good intentions, though it’s hard to tell if director Andrew Jones is someone who knows what they’re doing or is just following in the old Corman tradition of knocking ‘em out no matter what. Considering he’s behind a bunch of films with interesting titles including Valley of the WitchTheatre of FearThe Amityville AsylumThe Curse of Robert the Doll, and Poltergeist Activity, I’m thinking he might be a Roger Corman kind of guy.

You can decide for yourself when Werewolves Of The Third Reich is released on December 5th.


Images: North Bank Entertainment

Source: Dread Central

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About Adam Popovich

view all posts

I often balance the appreciation of artistic complexity in finely tuned storytelling and visual composition, with the simple visceral pleasures of watching Keanu Reeves shooting people in the face.