The VS3 Infantry Of Doom Download
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- Karl the Butcher continues his violence on an isolated island, but this time he has his followers.
- Karl Jr continues his killing spree on a remote island with the help of his father and their army of metal masked mercenaries known as the Infantry Of Doom. A band of castaways are turned loose in the wilderness and hunted down, where they must fight to survive. They have moon's phase time to make across the island safely.
- This is the third installment in the VS series, the pioneer saga of the German ultra-gore. This is ,by far, the best of the three. Schnaas deliver the goods in this one. Looks like he made all what he always wanted to film in this movie. It have zombies, ninjas, Karl the butcher, Karl JR, Nazis (even a Mengele clone or something like that...) Over the top gore, in very gross variations. This movie from a gore fan for gore fans. I recommend this one, if you are into movies like Story of Ricky, you will love this one, a must see (a must have!) for splatter fans. If you like this one, i also recommend a movie called Sadomaster, that is less famous but its also very cool and similar to this one.<br/><br/>8/10 for VS 3
- 9 out of 10 if you enjoy this kind of movie making but some will hate it because they take movie making a tad too seriously at times. Would've got a 10 out of 10, if not for the rather boring intro. Other than that, i am sure it may work a little better in it's original language, but having two guys overdub the ENTIRE cast, really increases the storytelling tenfold. When two people are trying to act as an entire crowd of people, it's pretty charming to see and you gotta admire their gall, for thinking they coulda gotten away with it. One thing that genuinely does rock, is the atmosphere. It's REAL depressing style camera stock ( i couldn't tell what it was filmed on, probably a home cam-corder). Andreas Schnaas' movies have that one thing about them at least. That feel of cold, impending doom, no matter where it is shot. It really is VERY German in it's feel. Think of the German Underground art-house/movie making scene, and this is what this feels like. Very moody. There is more than a little gore. In fact, there is tonnes of offal, bones, brains,arms,legs,heads flying about the place. You name it, it gets cut off/out. Some effects verge on the ludicrous, some you have to say are well made seeing as it would seem the budget stretches to ....oh at least.....10 dollars. AND at the very least, there's some sense that they made sure there were some unique slayings throughout, even if not too many come off too well. The story is ....what it is.....whatever. What i recall was absurd at best, but i can't see the filmmakers caring too much either. The zombies are a band of musclebound hoodlums in slipknot style masks, controlled by 'Miester' and they generally run around into each other in a panic whilst being beaten to bloody pulps and stumps by a band of travelling ninjas? or something? again, what's there to care about? All in all, these kind of films are viewed for a specific reason, and if you can forgive the uber-cheap budget, then this delivers on the gory fx. And the dialogue and bizarre randomness of the situations and story might have you crying with laughter thanks to the dubbers efforts. TOP STUFF!
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