Outpost

March 11, 2008 0 By Fans
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Plot

In war-torn Eastern Europe, a world-weary group of mercenaries discover a long-hidden secret in an abandoned WWII bunker.

Release Year: 2008

Rating: 5.9/10 (8,169 voted)

Director:
Steve Barker

Stars: Ray Stevenson, Julian Wadham, Richard Brake

Storyline
In a seedy bar in a town ravaged by war, mysterious businessman Hunt hires ex-marine D.C. to assemble a crack team of ex-soldiers to protect him on a dangerous journey into no-man's land. To this gang of hardened warriors, battle-worn veterans and borderline criminals killing is just a job – and one they enjoy. Their mission – to scope out an old military bunker. It should be easy – 48 hours at the most. Lots of cash for little risk, or so he says. Once at the outpost, the men make a horrific discovery that turns their mission on its head – the scene of a bloody and gruesome series of experiments, carried out by the Nazis on their own soldiers during WWII. Amid the carnage, they find something even more disturbing – someone who's still alive. As war rages above ground, and a mysterious enemy emerges from the darkness below, D.C. and his men find themselves trapped in a claustrophobic and terrifying scenario…

Writers: Rae Brunton, Kieran Parker

Cast:

Ray Stevenson

DC


Julian Wadham

Hunt


Richard Brake

Prior


Paul Blair

Jordan


Brett Fancy

Taktarov


Enoch Frost

Cotter


Julian Rivett

Voyteche


Michael Smiley

McKay


Johnny Meres

The Breather


Xuki Robeli

Newsreader


Mark Smith

Nazi Soldier #1


Graeme Temple

Nazi Soldier #3


Charlie Jeffrey

Nazi Soldier #2


Matt McClure

Rescue Soldier

Taglines:
You can't kill what's already dead



Details

Official Website:
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Release Date: 11 March 2008

Filming Locations: Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland, UK



Technical Specs

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Did You Know?

Trivia:

When DC pulls out the pistol from its holder in the generator chamber, its sound is identical to
Return to Castle Wolfenstein when the player swaps weapons. Similarly, when the soldiers emerge from the truck, the slamming noise is the same as in RTCW when the player attempts to open a locked wooden door.

Quotes:

Prior:
[to Breather]
You see this, this 's a Nine-mil hollowtip. This here 'll push your lungs clean through your spine, make an exit wound big enough to jump through. Now, you're gonna talk, and you're gonna talk to me…



User Review

A very nice surprise!

Rating: 8/10


Outpost was quite a surprise for me, and that means in a good way. I
remember hearing about it a while ago but forgot all about it. I had
the chance to see the movie recently and I sat down without any
expectations at all. I figured it would be your typical B movie with
horrible acting, but boy was I wrong. The first 10 minutes of the movie
had me convinced that it would be a lot better than I had anticipated.

Memories surfaced of Dog Soldiers, mainly because a large portion of
the Mercenaries team were of British, Scottish and Irish background.
The cast mainly were from UK, which was nice to see them all acting
different roles (Russians, etc, however poorly they did the accents).

One of the great things about Outpost is the setting. You really get a
feel for a war torn country and the bunker itself seems rather eerie.
The cast did a great acting job and to actually see some proper
firefights for once was nice and realistic. The Mercenaries acted in a
team, calling out when they are moving, setting, reloading and giving
off information that would help the group move to cover, etc. Nice
touch! The actual story was pretty good as well, but I won't ruin that
here. Basically it is a mixture of horror and action with lots of
suspense. The director deserves credit for being able to make a lot of
things believable, as well as putting together the story into something
that isn't a mess.

I gave this an 8 out of 10, because in my opinion, this is on the same
level/quality as Dog Soldiers. Not a mega budget, but the actual
story/acting/casting/direction all deserve credit. I would have paid to
see this in the cinema, it was just that good. A movie that will
probably go missed by lots, but for those who watch it then it most
likely will be a surprise just like it was for me. If you watch it,
don't expect too much from it and then you'll be able to enjoy it that
much more as everything unfolds into "Wow, this is much better than I
thought it would be".

Don't miss this, it's definitely worth it.