"A team of Army Special Forces is sent into a secluded, secret biological weapons facility, only to fall prey to the specimens of a Nazi experiment that was recreated by the Army Chemical Corps and the CIA after World War II."
So, let's recap and see if Operation: Nazi Zombies has every necessary element of a Nazi Zombie film for my, and your, enjoyment:
Here is the trailer. I want you to pay special attention to my favorite parts of the trailer, such as fake beards, a continual Big Ben clock gong, and red-lit "zombie vision."
It's directed by David B. Stewart III, and stars Thomas Reilly, Elissa Mullen, Christopher Connolly, John Weidemoyer and John Martineau.
David B. Stewart and I have run into each other before. His zombie film Maplewoods is actually something of a rarity among horror fans, it would seem. I have had people ask me if they can buy my copy, and I always refuse. It is actually quite a good zombie film, military zombies included. I will not sell. I will only lend/give it to someone who would really appreciate it...perhaps to someone like Peter Dendle. But no one else.
Operation: Nazi Zombies costs $17.99 US (so, about two Euros) and comes with special features, my friends. Features that you will undoubtedly want to watch, such as the director's commentary, deleted scenes and even an alternate ending. I would be buying it myself, but I am saving up for The Tale of the Voodoo Prostitute.