Artwork for OUTPOST II: BLACK SUN released

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Artwork for OUTPOST II: BLACK SUN released

I count myself as a big fan of 2007's Nazi zombie shocker Outpost. Not only did the film feature a surprisingly textured script and strong work from a roster of character players including recent big-screen Punisher and Rome star Ray Stevenson, there was a hefty dose of fun faux-science ladled into its tale of a team of mercenaries tasked with locating a long-shuttered WWII-era bunker and retrieving a mysterious device housed within (suffice to say, there are zombies involved). Original Outpost producer Kieran Parker dropped us a line to let us know they are prepping a sequel, Outpost II: Black Sun, through Black Camel Pictures and that said sequel is up for grabs at this year's Cannes Festival. We now offer a peek at an early poster. Can never have enough Nazi zombie pics in my book. As more details emerge, we'll try and keep you posted!

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TealordMay 16, 2009 4:54 AM

that poster is fantastic.

Let's hope worst case scenario can get funded.

I enjoyed outpost, apart from that animation that was blatantly done on a pc, surely flash could have been utilised to create a more convincing effort.

NekrosomaMay 16, 2009 12:07 PM

How can we see better the second poster that appears on their website as a small thumb?

gotadventureMay 17, 2009 4:24 AM

Just did a double feature with this and Deathwatch, the WW2 set supernatural film. It was, as mentioned above surprisingly well put together though I'm not sure if the "twist" denouement at the end was cool or lacked in punch and just thought itself cool. Also agree the vintage propaganda film would have been much cooler were it not done in 3D. Sequel? Why not, I'd love to see the Un-Punisher (Dolph, is still my favorite) and his buddies back from hell to settle the score.