Friday, September 7, 2012

Spotlight: Nazis At The Center Of The Earth (Dominique Swain, Jake Busey, Josh Allen)

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Researchers in Antarctica are abducted by a team of masked storm troopers. They are dragged deep underground to a hidden continent in the center of the earth. Here Nazi survivors, their bodies a horrifying patchwork of decaying and regenerated flesh, are planning for the revival of the Third Reich.

 Dominique Swain (The Pacific and Eddy, Tart, Lolita) as Dr. Paige Morgan
Jake Busey (Contact, Identity, Starship Trooper) as Dr. Adrian Reistad
Josh Allen (Dog-Eared, Shark Week, Hold Your Breath) as Dr. Lucas Moss
Christopher Karl Johnson (Anneliese: The Exorcist Tapes, Lars, God Hates Us) as Dr. Josef Mengele
James Maxwell Young (Hands For..., It Came by Moonlight, Lost Dolls) as Adolf Hitler
Lilan Bowden (Zombie Apocalypse, The Year That I Was Born, Princes and the Pony) as May Yun
Marlene Okner (Miranda and John, Tell Me Something, Maxie’s Girl) as Silje Lagesen
Adam Burch (Fort Brother, Just Out of Reach, Battle of Los Angeles) as Dr. Mark Maynard
Maria Pallas () as Angela Magliarossa

The acting is a little cheesy in this movie. As with every Nazi or German villain these days he is a scientist doctor. You'd think being Nazis, they'd be smart enough to keep their victims well locked up as the female escaped with no struggle. I liked that some of the weapons were based off the design from World War 2, but had futuristic ammunition. The Nazi uniforms are really new age and evil looking. The uniforms and the Nazi’s machine give off a bit of a steam punk vibe. Just when I thought this movie couldn't get any cheesier, Hitler is reincarnated in the form of a robot with his head attached. This movie definitely takes influences from the plot and look of Wolfenstein’s robot Hitler. The futuristic Stielhandgranate was kind of cool and I'm glad they kept the look of it. This movie is pretty good once you get past the cheesiness, the acting could have been better and the special effects could have felt a little more real. This is still an alright movie nonetheless, I wouldn't recommend seeking this movie out but if you ate looking for a new cheesy sci-fi action movie then you may as well check this out.

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