Tuesday, January 11, 2022

‘Warhunt’ Clip Teases Nazi Experiments and Hoodoo [Exclusive]

An early horror film you won’t want to overlook is Saban Films’ Warhunt, a World War II-set horror movie that gave rise to a pretty impressive trailer that begins very much like Overlord, with a plane going down and a group of soldiers uncovering a supernatural evil. It looks like we’re about to get Mickey Rourke vs. World War II demons and yes, we want that!

While many clips from films leave much to be desired, this exclusive look at Warhunt will raise eyebrows, teasing both Nazi experiments and the use of hoodoo! What kinds of horror are we in store for when Warhunt hits limited theaters and VOD platforms on January 21st?

The film is set in 1945…

“A US military cargo plane loses control and violently crashes behind enemy lines in the middle of the German black forest. Immediately ruthless Major Johnson (Mickey Rourke) sends a squad of his bravest soldiers on a rescue mission to retrieve the top secret material the plane was carrying. Led by Sergeant Brewer (Robert Knepper) and Walsh (Jackson Rathbone), the soldiers venture deep into the forest near the crash site. They soon discover hanged Nazi soldiers and other dead bodies bearing ancient, magical symbols. Suddenly their compasses fail, their perceptions twist and straying from the group leads to profound horror as they are attacked by a powerful, supernatural force. Fighting for their sanity and struggling to survive they must uncover the shocking truth behind the force before the Nazis and do everything they can to remove all evidence it ever existed, even at the cost of their own lives.”

Jackson Rathbone (Twilight), and Robert Knepper also star. Reggie Keyohara III and Scott Svatos wrote the film, directed by Mauro Borrelli

Here’s that trailer…


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