In the final days of WWI a shell-shocked soldier must lead a mission deep beneath the trenches to stop a German plot that could turn the tide of the war.
|Release Date||:||October 6, 2017|
|Director||:||Leo Scherman, David Antoniuk, Bryan R. Burns, Jorge Requena Ramos, Connie Wachsman|
|Writers||:||Matt Booi, Leo Scherman|
|Casts||:||Karine Vanasse, Rossif Sutherland, Charlie Carrick, Rob Archer, Shaun Benson, Adam Hurtig, Ted Atherton, Robert Stadlober, Luke Humphrey, Aidan Ritchie, John B. Lowe, Bradley Sawatzky, Kevin Dennis, Jeff Strome, Werner Artinger, Andrew Cecon, Johann Gietzel|
|Plot Keywords||:||france, biological weapon, world war i, infection, soldier, underground tunnel, western front|
Another Bunker style movie. And while I do have a heart for them, there is one major ingredient missing here, that would make it really good. Don't get me wrong, I don't think it's bad, I'd say it is decent, but without any real charisma from our main characters, the connection between the viewer and the "heroes" is missing.
There are a couple of stabs at giving at least one of them a bit of a backstory (it's the "expert" in underground tunneling), but it's not enough to make us care too much. We know that something is seriously wrong with a bunker like that. Especially when Nazis are involved. So while the period/time piece does work, and the effects are good for a low budget movie, there could have been a better result in other departments. If you just watch it to pass time and/or are a fan of close spaced horror/action, than you could do worse