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  1. I hadn't even heard of this one but will be checking it out when it comes my way. This is a genre that I have yet to tire of…or two genres, rather, zombies and Nazi's. In fact part of what saddened me about the new Indy film was the fact that they were not including the "Nazi menace" in this one. I think it was one of the strong points of the film, to have an easily identifiable villain. Put them in that uniform and you don't need to spend a lot of time convincing the audience that this indeed is the villain and this is their motives.

  2. Yup Carl, Nazi-zombies don't really need a lot of back story to come across as evil :)

    Parenthesis I just popped by now with my vote for Ten Miles, but I'm biased
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